I rate Undead Or Alive as Green Ooze — and apparently the actual title is Undead or Alive: A Zombedy. So what’s the story…?
When a soldier on the run from the Union Army (James Denton) and a cowboy with a broken heart (Chris Kattan) rob the corrupt sheriff of an old west town, they have no idea that a plague of zombies is sweeping the country, or that Geronimo‘s sexy niece (Navi Rawat) may be their only hope of survival.
This film was fun — not necessarily a good film but it was decently made and fun to watch. A comedic zombie film that takes place in the old west … yeah, that sounds different!
So now that I’ve seen it following Quick & the Dead,
what do I have to say…?
1) I was right, Undead or Alive is considerably better than Quick & the Dead and I’m extraordinarily glad I saw Q&tDead prior to Undead or Alive.
. . . AND . . .
2) Navi Rawat somewhat scantily clad in buckskins acting as a vindictive Native American woman — what more needs to be said abut watching this film?!? I’m not a male chauvinist, I’m just a healthy heterosexual man and I know what I like. Navi, if you’re reading this, if you feel as so motivated please click on my Contact page.
(PSST! By the way, Navi Rawat is East Indian and German in descent, not Native American — chalk this casting up to the brilliance of HolloWood. Oh, and in writing this review I learned that “chauvinism” doesn’t mean what we’ve come to associate it as meaning — it actually more or less means “patriotic” — you might benefit from studying up on it yourself.)
Remember, in the old west “Guns don’t kill people. Zombies kill people.” …. or at least that was the film’s tagline.