Zombie 108 Taiwanese movie review

Okay, so, here’s the thing with this Taiwanese movie called Zombie 108. If you enjoy really bizarre and non sense at all plots. Filled with kissing girls and fat drug dealers (oh, and zombies, I guess there were zombies here). Then this is the absolutely horrible movie you were waiting for. If you don’t enjoy anything of the above then, stop reading and go find something else to watch.

If you’re still here, then I will try to tell you about this mixture of bad decisions. We should add to the salad a really, really low budget on everything possible ever put in front of a camera. Zombies, bad performances, no sense scripts. Also badly made, filmed, written and directed you will get blood splashes (not as much as to be categorized as gore), naked girls (not that many either) and zombies (also too few to be worth the while).

Zombie 108 Taiwanese movie review

Synopsis of Zombie 108 Taiwanese movie

The apocalypse scene takes place in Ximending neighborhood, Taipei. A virus is creating zombies among people and there is no cure in sight. From one minute to the other, the entire city gets lost in bloodbaths. A mixture of police officers and swat teams, with gangsters and their crews, mixed with regular citizens will try to fight this nightmare. Will they survive?

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Starring in Zombie 108 Taiwanese movie

  • Morris Hsiang Jung
  • Yvonne Yao
  • Sona Eyambe
  • Josh-Hiyakawa Wilson

I have to tell you, I haven’t seen a movie this bad in a really long time. In the end it becomes a laughable comedy that needs to be over and go to Mars. Performances are just horrible, the plot doesn’t go anywhere but down the hill. And the whole thing is just a complete waste of time. The only great thing is the scene with the lost in the nightmare little girl.

On the other hand, because I know that some people enjoy watching this type of movies, it’s a great bizarre show if this is your thing, enjoy! You can check the trailer at the top which is way more promising than the real thing.

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