Monday, March 2, 2009

Horror Movie Review: Poultrygeist: The Night of the Chicken Dead

Poultrygeist: The Night of the Chicken Dead

Starring: Jason Yachanin, Kate Graham, Allyson Sereboff, and Robin Watkins

Directed by: Lloyd Kaufman

Written by: Daniel Bova, Gabriel Friedman, and Lloyd Kaufman

Production Companies: Poultry Productions, LLC and Troma Entertainment

Let's face it...when you talk about a Troma film, you know there are4 certain elements you're including...gore, titties, cheesy acting, and dark, un-PC humor. Poultrygeist: Night of the Chicken Dead has it it's a musical! So, that's all you need to know...go get it!




Well, Poultrygeist: Night of the Chicken Dead follows Arbie and Wendy, teen lovers with Wendy running off to college and Arbie staying behind. While they make out in the Tromahawk burial ground, zombified hands start groping over the lovers until an ax...masturbator shows up and ruins the fun. We can see Troma's out to really change things here because you just know that following that scene, Zombie-Finger Buttplugs are going to be flying off the shelves of pervo shops everywhere!

A few years later, despite promising she wouldn't change, Wendy returns, a flaming liberal lesbian protesting the opening of an American Chicken Bunker on the very same Tromahawk burial grounds where Wendy and Arbie experimented with their special sauce. Heartbroken and angry, Arbie gets a job at the American Chicken Bunker as a counter girl. As the protestors...uh...protest...and Ron Jeremy and other patrons eat chicken, the dead Tromahawk spirits hatch their plans of vengeance as those who eat the chicken become zombified humanoid chickens. Can Arbie, Wendy, Wendy's girlfriend Micki, General Lee Roy, Paco Bell, Denny, Humus, and future Arbie (?) stop the zombie chickens from destroying American fast food? Oh, and from killing a bunch more people...that too...

The songs are fun, the gore gross, and the comedy hilarious. It's Troma at its finest.

Related Trailers

Allyson Sereboff, Wendy's lesbian lover Micki, has a small role in Frat House Massacre.

Robin Watkins has a small role in the 2008 release Beyond the Dunwich Horror.


kelloggs said...

So, it's a zombie-flick, a spoof and a porno all rolled into one? sounds great!

Loved the review. I wish I had time for one of my own, but in the mean time I'll live vicariously through you, assuming you don't mind.

Bodog said...

Don't mind at all. I was wondering what happened to your reviews. As long as you plan on doing more when you can find the time, I'll keep waiting for them.

Thanks for the compliments.