#123movies #fmovies #putlocker #gomovies #solarmovie #soap2day Watch Full Movie Online Free – Steve, a young professional snowboarder, ruins a high-paying photoshoot with a silly prank, causing him, his girlfriend Branka and fellow snowboarder Josh to be left behind on the mountain. They seek shelter in a garish, loud aprés-ski tavern that is hosting an all-night party for the last night of the season. Things go from bad to worse when a scientific experiment conducted by a local entrepreneur unleashes an epidemic of zombies and mutant wildlife, but this is mostly lost on the local drunkards as they themselves are not always so easy to distinguish from zombies. Steve, Branka and Josh have to find a way to survive this hellish night. Finally, their epic battle for survival leads to them having to use their snowboarding skills to defeat the raging aprés-ski zombies once and for all.
Plot: Steve, a young professional snowboarder, ruins a high-paying photo shoot by playing a silly prank. He, his girlfriend Branka and fellow snowboarder Joschi are left behind on the mountain. They seek shelter in an après-ski tavern that is hosting an all-night party. Things go from bad to worse when a scientific experiment unleashes an epidemic of zombies and mutant wildlife. This is mostly lost on the local drunkards, as they are not always easy to distinguish from zombies themselves. But Steve, Branka and Joschi have to find a way to survive this hellish night.
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“Any Given Low-Budget Zombie Movie feat. Snowboards”
Meets the bare minimum requirement for dumb fun.
_Final rating:★★ – Had some things that appeal to me, but a poor finished product._
The best time I’ve had watching a movie in ages. Dominick Hartl has crafted a ridiculous, fun zombie movie that feels fresh and free from genre cliches. Every killing is hilariously designed and every character is distinct and clear. This strange romp will get you in its grip almost immediately and, for it’s brief 80 minutes, have you smiling. An absolute delight.
Zombies, Lederhosen, and Genre Revival
Horror/comedy fans can rest easy knowing that Attack of the Lederhosen Zombies director Dominik Hartl pulled off an incredible feat: delicately walking the line between horror and comedy. The humor in this film is truly humorous (slapstick is not the name of the game here, thankfully, but there is a little thrown in for good measure). Likewise, the horror is truly horrendous in the best possible way—dramatic character deaths, gory zombie dismemberment, and painful moral decisions see to that. As the film is foreign, it also possesses a unique trait that further distinguishes it from less inspired contemporary films: the humor is intellectually funny. It is evident that actual thought went into not only the jokes themselves, but also their timing and story integration. It is entirely possible to laugh out loud without even looking at the screen; listening to the words is often simply enough. Lederhosen Zombies earns the “comedy” in its horror/comedy genre label; if you like other cerebral horror comedies (like Edgar Wright’s Shaun of the Dead or Sam Raimi’s Army of Darkness) this film deserves a spot on your list.
A genre film assumed, with defects, but light and entertaining. Knowing this, I laughed and had a good time.
Attack of the Zombies Lederhosen (2016) (literally: Attack of the zombies in Bavarian panties)
While three young snowboarders find themselves stuck in a ski resort, an epidemic falls and turns people into zombie. Steve is a famous snowboarder, but his loose attitude and his foolery will make him lose his sponsor and Branka, not supporting him anymore, will want to break. At the same time, a new chemical mixture to improve the quality of artificial snow is turned on. Being late in the season, the resort is isolated, and the chemical turns his first victim.
From there, we quickly, and it’s fun, face the zombie problem. No need to beat around the bush or the viewer what in suspense for half a movie. The first infected arrive early to the party and the problems start. There is no down time and the story flows gradually, although some scenes would gain in punch and a better pace if they were cut slightly shorter. The structure of the story is predictable and conventional, but it is mainly within the scenes twists, original and creative, who creates fun and entertainment. Humor is built on absurd situations and comic interactions. Comments and references are offbeat, while the reactions seem to come straight out of an episode of Scooby-Doo. It’s unsettling at first, but once started, the film remains constant and keeps the tone. For example, the dynamism is based on the outstanding light and alternating between small tensions and (temporary) resolutions to a problem. It’s fun and the film does not take itself seriously.
The dialogues are not very well written, simple and tending to the cliché, the quality of a teen movie or b-movie, but all the different values and intentions are present. There are also many moments of tension, changes in tone, the accusations and the excuses, all of which contribute to build the characters and advance their relations and story.
Laurie Calvert gives the impression that by some times he has the same expressions as Matt Damon, but he is doing correctly, his character of Steve being irresponsible but with a good background and being thoughtful. Gabriela Marcinková has more opportunities to develop here character, an autonomous Branka, with personality, an enterprising character and who knows how to use here fists; this did not prevent (and it’s a little weird) that she ends up twice on the ground, crawling backwards facing a zombie, being saved only by the arrival of here knight. Margarete Tiesel as Rita is the most original character, colorful and endearing in this film. It is the old landlady and she quickly discover the danger of these brainless creatures. That did not stop her to cope and to show resources.
The use of off-screen action, leaving imagination and sound effects do the rest of the work is in both way a help to save a little of the budget (less than 3 million!), but it also helps in contributing to the humor. However, the green screen is not constant. It is correct in the helicopter, OK on the chairlift but downright bat when Steve is going down the mountain on his snowboard. It was as if I was seeing a scene from an old James Bond. As for the creatures, it is limit of a lower quality than Black Sheep. On the other hand, the acrobatics are fun and Hair-raising, and the brightness is high enough during the night scenes for the film to be nice to see and the action to remain readable.
A genre film assumed, with defects, but light and entertaining. Knowing this, I laughed and had a good time. 7/10
Original Language de
Runtime 1 hr 18 min (78 min)
Rated Not Rated
Genre Comedy, Horror
Director Dominik Hartl
Writer Armin Prediger, Dominik Hartl
Actors Laurie Paul Calvert, Gabriela Marcinková, Oscar Dyekjær Giese
Awards 4 wins & 3 nominations
Production Company N/A
Sound Mix Dolby Digital (DIMAS)
Aspect Ratio 2.35 : 1 (anamorphic)
Film Length N/A
Negative Format N/A
Cinematographic Process N/A
Printed Film Format N/A