Trailer Park of Terror
bad, it's clichéd and it's like a sinful piece of confectionary that you
need to quaff before someone sees you eating it. Yes my dear readers Trailer
Park of Terror is that sort of film but if you're a lover of this genre
than you'll be in horror heaven but more specifically... black comedy
horror heaven. With just about all redneck stereotypes, watching this
film based on the comic is like watching a freight freight train ready
to crash but boy was it an entertaining crash. With over the top gore
and some quite amusing scenes, it's good to see a horror movie not take
itself too seriously
Directed by Steven Goldmann, Trailer of Park of Terror revolves a group
or troubled teenagers who are returning home from a retreat but
unfortunately they end up in this trailer park run by zombies. Of course
before the event,
we learn that Norma (Nichole Hiltz), a beautiful blonde was responsible
for turning this trailer park into a trailer park full of zombies. The
reason why? Because she did not look as queer as them... in order words
our dear Norma was too pretty!
Eventually she is pushed too far and makes a deal with the devil to
slaughter the residents of her trailer park. The old analogy of be
careful what you wish for comes into play and the repercussions are
more than amusing.
Fast forward a few years
later and this group of teenagers and their mentor arrive at this hell
forsaken place and you guessed it, the zombies are a hankering for some
human flesh and of course some good times because it gets fairly boring
with just zombies. From here the gore starts plus almost every funny and
over the top stereotype of people who live in trailer parks, including
the scariest happy ending in the world.
course the over the top special effects and gore only adds to the
experience and I must admit that some of these effects will leave you
wide eyed or turning away. The video and audio quality are quite
acceptable and although the special features are lacking, the interviews
with trailer park zombies is something different. It should be noted
that the soundtrack for this film is really quite bizarre and sounds
like something taken out of Deliverance with it's country sound.
A delicious romp through the world of
Zombies and if you liked Shaun of the Dead, you'll definitely be up for
Trailer Park of Terror!
Behind the Scenes
Interviews with the TRAILER PARK zombies!