Fido Movie Reviews

Fido

Fido

Release Date: Jun 15, 2007

Genre: ComedyHorror

Rating: (R)

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  • 4
    Fido is one of the first movies to take a look at Earth after the zombies have risen and humans have subdued them. Zombies are basically slaves with collars around their necks that don’t let them hurt human.

    This movie looks like it was made on the set of Leave it to Beaver or Lassie, and there are references to both. Although not the starring role, I though Dylan Baker as the father who hates zombies and kind of ignores his wife was played really well. And Carrie-Anne Moss as the wife, who kind of falls for her zombie servant, is misunderstood but still a very supportive mother. Henry Czerny and Mr. Bottoms played his character perfectly as a man who goes too far in his quest to subdue the zombies. Most of the actors did really great jobs and all the characters are perfect and slightly stereotyped (but in a good way).

    The little boy is very cute, and hilariously tried to cover up his zombie’s faux pas so that he wont be taken away. Like when he gets loose and eats an old woman. Of course all this leads to multiple zombies getting loose and wreaking havoc on the quaint little town.

    This is a great movie, very entertaining. It is a little slow to start off but that is because it is fleshing out (pardon the pun) the characters and story line. If you like zombies but have always wondered what comes after the zombie apocalypse that this is the movie for you.

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