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Zombie Ass: Toilet Of The Dead (2011)

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Genres:
Gross-Out Comedy, Horror, Horror Comedy, Zombie Film
Director:
Noboru Iguchi Noboru Iguchi
Starring:
Arisa Nakamura Arisa Nakamura
Mayu Sugano Mayu Sugano
Asana Mamoru Asana Mamoru
Yűki Yűki
Danny Danny
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Wracked with guilt over the suicide of her bullied sister, young karate student Megumi accompanies four older friends on a trip into the woods: smart girl Aya, her druggie boyfriend Také, full-figured model Maki, and nerdy Naoi. Things start to go badly when Maki finds a parasitical worm inside a fish - and wolfs it down, in the hope that it will keep her skinny. Her stomach later feels horrible and she relieves herself in an outhouse. The parasitic worm she ate had apparently laid eggs in her stomach and came out of in her diarrhea attack. Soon after, they are attacked by a crowd of poop-covered undead who emerge from the outhouse toilet Maki used. The group seeks refuge in the home of the strange Dr. Tanaka, who conducts experiments on the zombies and the parasites ... and who has another fate in mind for the five strangers. Can Megumi's karate help them escape, or will she have to rely on the liberating power of flatulence to defeat her demented captor? --IMDb
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Review by Chad
Added: February 06, 2014
If there was ever a movie where the title told you everything that you needed to know about it, Zombie Ass: Toilet of the Dead would be it. One can simply look at that title and sum up how they're going to feel about it with a fair amount of accuracy - do you want to see zombies, ass (and boobs), and toilet humor in an incredibly low-budget release? In other words, do you want to watch what feels like a Japanese Troma movie? Congratulations, you've found it.

I honestly don't even know where to begin with the plot. I can say that it starts with a group of friends - the troubled ass-kicker Megumi (Arisa Nakamura), her friend Aya (Mayu Sugano), the bitchy Maki (Asana Mamoru), Aya's drug-abusing boyfriend Take (Kentaro Kishi), and the nerdy Naoi (Danny) - heading out to a remote lake in the middle of the woods. Are they heading there for the usual reasons? A weekend of premarital sex, drinking, and getting hacked to pieces? Nah... they're looking for tapeworms so that Maki can lose weight and go on to join the world of modelling. I'll bet you didn't see that one coming.

They eventually find one, Maki swallows it, and it doesn't take long before her stomach is roaring with pain. You see, this wasn't your typical tapeworm: it's an alien virus that uses humans as hosts by taking over their brains and turning them into mindless carriers that spread their eggs by biting other humans. Oh, and they like to poke out of the host's ass and consume things with their woodchipper-like teeth, a fact we learn after Maki is faced with an incredibly upset stomach. Did I mention that Maki's flatulence has caused a horde of virus-infected zombies to rise from their slumber (from the bottom of an outhouse) and seek out fresh bodies to infect? Yeah. The group eventually encounters a scientist (Kentarô Shimazu) and his sickly daughter (Yűki), but will they be able - or willing - to help?

Really, do I need to go on? The movie revolves around zombies, fart / poop / toilet jokes, and disgusting imagery, while occasionally throwing in gratuitous panty-shots or shower scenes. That one sentence either sold you on the flick or completely turned you off to it. For those who lost interest, you might as well leave now: you're right, you're not going to enjoy this. Those of you who instantly moved this one to the top of your to-watch list might want to read on.

Alright, I have to give it to the movie: it delivered everything that it promised. My only complaint is that I felt it started to lose steam about halfway through, with the occasional stretch of padding. There's lots of good stuff, don't get me wrong, but I think that knocking fifteen minutes or so off of the running time would have worked wonders. For example, I love fart jokes - there, I have no problem admitting it. Watching the stuck-up bitch bend over and let an obnoxiously-loud fart slip out against her will was pretty funny... well, I guess you had to see it to get the joke, but yes, I laughed. Seeing the shit-covered zombie rise up out of the bottom of the outhouse was disgustingly humorous. What I'm trying to convey is that I was the target audience for this movie, but even I felt that it started to drag.

I laughed while watching that chick bend over, lift her skirt, and let out a thunderous fart complete with clouds of green smoke made out of hokey CGI coming out. Seeing it again, I laughed once more: this stuff is so bizarre and over the top that you can't help it. However, when I saw it for the dozenth time, it started to lose its charm. This is a recurring problem with the movie; the filmmakers had some humorous ideas, but they more often than not ran them into the ground.

Still, padding issues aside, I have to say that it's an enjoyable movie for those of you who saw potential in the plot. There are things in here that you simply can't unsee, and personally, I thought that a lot of it was hilarious. There's a mob of zombies that chase the victims - typical zombie movie scene, right? The difference is that these zombies are running bent-over and backwards with their asses up in the air, and with the heads of tentacle-like tapeworms sticking out of their crack waiting to consume whoever they catch. There's a half-tentacle, half-woman beast carrying a young knife-wielding lady who gets into an epic battle in the sky with another woman who rides a jet made out of her own farts. I could go on, but I think that you get the idea.

Zombie Ass: Toilet of the Dead is the lowest of the low-brow, but if that's your style of humor, you'll find a lot to love here. I'll concede that it does begin to drag and that the jokes get recycled from time to time, but there's enough good stuff that I have to push those problems aside. It may be immature and the effects may be incredibly amateurish, but I'll guarantee that you still get plenty of laughs. 7/10.
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