Midnight Rec: Poultyrgeist: Night of the Chicken Dead

I apologize again about Thursday. I still don't feel particularly well, but at least I don't think I'm getting a migraine any longer. I hate casting. Midnight Rec: Poultrygeist: Night of the Chicken Dead The film is not for everyone. For better or worse, this is a Troma production. All I can say is that when I saw it, I really enjoyed myself. What's not to like about a musical horror film concerning a fast food chain building their latest franchise on an ancient Indian burial ground that turns customers into chicken monsters bent on revenge? The film does have all the nudity and violence and disgusting sight gags you would expect from Troma, but in a way it is addressing a more significant issue than usual, and it does it well. There's a reasons some reviewers are calling it one of the weightier, well thought out, politically minded zombie films since Romero's Dawn of the Dead. I'd link you to the clean trailer, but Youtube has that flagged as adult content, as well. For good reasons, if you ask me.

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