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Friday Nite Frights--The Series (2015)

category: short
usa, 31 min.

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ZMDB rating: 6/10 (3 votes)

Friday Nite Frights is a series of cheesy short movies by filmmaker Chris DeJoseph. All of them are b-grade homages and introduced by a zombie host. In the 2015 entry, In The Blood of Night, a hillbilly's stepdad has been killed, leaving his son very angry. He believes that a hooker caused it. He contacts a witchdoctor to raise a zombie from the grave to take revenge by killing the prostitute. Things with the zombie soon spiral out of control. More zombies are created. Can they be stopped? Will the hillbilly get his revenge? Or will the zombie apocalypse happen? In the short, Schoolgirls Meet The Ghouls (2006), zombies have risen from their graves. It might be from a meteor. What does the crazed doctor want here? Can anyone stop the zombies? What will happen to two young schoolgirls? In Reflections of Evil, a writer rents an old house, wanting to take a vacation and get inspired for ideas. He has some serious problems as there is an ancient mirror. When he looks into it, zombies are unleashed. Will any of the young women around there be safe?

Zombometer rating: 5 / 5
Zombies appear in multiple entries

Movie keywords:
horror, comedy, exploitation, short films, online series
added: march 23th 2017 19:14:29,  last modified: september 27th 2017 23:44:16
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Reflections of Evil--Another Episode of Sheer Wackiness

Reflections of Evil was another fun episode of Friday Nite Frights. As usual the b-grade wackiness was on full display with rubber monster masks were in abundance. There were a lot of good looking women. It was still fun to watch. I give Reflections of Evil a rating of 6 out of 10.
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