Ibiza Undead (2016)

Ibiza Undead (2016)

Marcia Do ValesMatt KingSeb CastangSimon Brandon
Andy Edwards


Ibiza Undead (2016) is a English movie. Andy Edwards has directed this movie. Marcia Do Vales,Matt King,Seb Castang,Simon Brandon are the starring of this movie. It was released in 2016. Ibiza Undead (2016) is considered one of the best Action,Comedy,Horror,Sci-Fi movie in India and around the world.

A group of young people head to Ibiza for the holiday of a lifetime - all the sun, sea, and sex, they can handle. If only there wasn't a zombie outbreak getting in the way.

Ibiza Undead (2016) Reviews

  • worst film ever made


    So badly wants to be The Inbetweeners with Zombies in Ibiza, so badly written and acted that it actually feels like it was made in 70's. Zero charm, not 1 likable person in the film. Matt King from Peep Show, dear oh dear. What was he thinking. I cringed at almost every scene Im sure the director thought this sounds like a blast when he told his mate his idea. Horrific film I've never walked out of a film, and never would, but I can honestly say after 2 minutes I was very tempted.

  • The Zombie Apocalypse isn't what it is cracked up to be


    A mutated Ebola virus causes a zombie concern. Six young adults go to Ibiza to party and get away. Meanwhile a dumping of 200 zombies off the coast begs the question, "Can zombies swim?" The first 30 minutes sets the stage and establishes the characters. Soon there is a zombie apocalypse and our sextet look for an escape from paradise. The film combines a British teen sex comedy with a zombie film using mediocre characters and trite writing. The jokes were more crude than funny, with a few exceptions, like the "dude" seen. The production has numerous girls in bikinis plus one nude shot (Algina Lipskis) early in the film as a teaser. More comedy than horror. Made with the adolescent in mind, Guide: F-word. Nudity. Implied sex.

  • so so bad


    So I'm a big fan of Zombie films, and I have seen some great ones "Shaun of the Dead" and some bad ones which are still watchable "Cockneys v Zombies" And then there is this. This film is so bad its beyond belief, firstly the storyline is completely illogical, the acting is terrible, the characters are unlikable and very 2 dimensional To be fair to it, I did go into this thinking it was going to be bad but thought that like Cockneys v Zombies it would have some humorous bits in it and would be watchable and at least it would have a good soundtrack being that it's based on the Party Island of Ibiza But even the soundtrack was terrible! The only thing this gave me was a belief that if I wanted to get into film making I could make a film better than this

  • Bikini zombies...


    "Ibiza Undead" happened to sneak up on me unnoticed. I am a big zombie aficionado, but somehow this title had managed to elude me. So when I happened to come across this 2016 horror comedy, I naturally jumped at the chance to watch it. With a combination of exotic holiday location and a zombie outbreak, I must admit that "Ibiza Undead" seemed to be primed up to have the potential for being something truly good. Dare one hope for something in the likes of "Shaun of the Dead"? The movie quickly establishes itself a horror comedy aimed for a younger party-loving audience, but hey that was also to be expected given the title of the movie, right? Like so many other zombie movies we are offered no explanation as to what is the course of the infection. But isn't that just a part of the genre by now already, keeping the audience unaware and in the dark? Then again, it is the zombies that we hunger for, pardon the pun, not the science behind the infection, is it not? Personally I don't understand why you would keep zombies around for entertainment and staff at a holiday resort. It just didn't make much of any sense actually. But hey, it is a movie after all. While the storyline was quite simplistic, the movie does put the audience into the outbreak and carnage fairly quickly, about half an hour into the movie then it kicks up the gear a notch. It is quite apparent that director and writer Andy Edwards has drawn heavy inspiration from "Shaun of the Dead", given the character gallery, dialogue, as well as the concept of the movie and the idea behind it. But still, "Ibiza Undead" does have enough of originality to be its own movie. There were some nice enough gory scenes here and there throughout the course of the movie. However, don't except this to be a gore flick though. The zombie make-up and effects were adequate and served the movie well enough. And it is always nice to have zombies that are beyond the face painted grey and then the make-up department has forgotten about the rest of the body. While the zombie effects are not among the goriest or most gruesome of zombie effects and make-up that I have seen in a zombie movie (or series), then they were indeed good enough here in "Ibiza Undead". While "Ibiza Undead" is listed as a horror comedy, then there was actually very little of both to be had here. I suppose that having zombies in a movie suffice it to be labeled as a horror movie. As for the comedy in the movie, well you have to look long and hard to find that. "Ibiza Undead" is a fair enough addition to the zombie genre, however it wasn't outstanding or particularly extraordinary. It proved to be good enough entertainment for what it turned out to be.

  • Inbetweeners, Kevin & Perry versus zombie


    In a world where zombies are rumoured and known, a group of youngest head to uninfected Ibiza for the holiday of a lifetime – only it's not as zombie free as they thought. A low budget comedy yarn, with sex, partying and zombies. It's not in the league of productions values as The Rezort or the likes of Cockney Vs Zombies. Writer/director Andy Edwards offers a watchable rough round the edges undead romp. Some of the lines are funny but without Ed Kear as wise cracking Big Jim this would have completely fallen flat. Dealer Karl played by Richard Brake, Rhys Ifans-like Matt King is notable and plays a good psycho, but he's too good compared to the rest of the cast and feels out of place. Also UK's Alex Zane cameos as a Club Host in amongst the rubbery makeup and fake blooded zombie extras. It's not Shaun of the Dead, as a gauge picture a low budget The Inbetweeners Movie (2011) mixed with Kevin & Perry Go Large (2000) versus zombies. With limited production values and a sod's law twist at the end it has its limitations but to Edwards credit, you can't fault his effort as he works with what he has and makes the most of the sun, sea and location. Teens who want to see some bikinis and a pair of boobs should enjoy but everyone else, well...


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