• EXL
    Old Man
    Comments: 3

    A lot of people don’t know this but you are allowed to bring a human zombie on an air plane as long as it’s in a cage.

    Oh and also you forgot the “h” in “Phlorentine” in the credits. Because of this spelling mistake you are fired from the internet.

    All joking aside great episode. Keep it up!

    • B-Flick Chick
      Comments: 8

      The whole blue sponged wall in the back ground was cool, how long did it take to paint that? Super enjoyed that! You get a 1UP! Hmmm makes me think about all the women that try to smuggle their dead husbands on board, why not lab rats

  • MER
    A Real Turtles Fighter
    Comments: 25

    I’m still waiting for Cat-PhelousD1 to show up. He may be an outdoor cat, but even those types come back to a house for food.

  • SsnakeBite
    Comments: 76

    Wow, your cats have no problem being carried and put in a bag AND they don’t fight when placed next to each other? Guess they’ve become as blasΓ© as you are, Phelous. πŸ™‚

  • ggbhtg
    Comments: 68

    I saw the original and only briefly heard of this one, and that’s AAAALL I have to say, again. :V

  • electronsexparty
    Comments: 17

    I don’t know why Julian, Ricky and Bubbles are cows, but I love that Julian cow is holding a drink. His lack of opposable thumbs doesn’t affect his amazing ability to never spill a drink. πŸ˜›

    As for this movie, I didn’t even know there was a sequel. Did it come out in theaters? I like the half-assed, trite “humanity needs a plague” plot point. What a load of shit. Eh, there’s not much to say about the movie. Just another boring, poorly written zombie film.

    I love that you pack a house phone at the end, because you can’t use a cell phone on the plane. πŸ™‚



    • toma
      Comments: 14

      There is a chain of ice cream shops called “Cows” in Prince Edward Island. They’re famous for their t-shirts that parody everything. Like, literally anything you can think of, there is a Cows shirt parodying it.

  • Kuro92
    Comments: 10

    I hate how almost every horror movie seems to think that if it has enough gore and jump cuts it doesn’t need silly things like characters or a plot. Its like they don’t understand that if a character is introduced and liked by the audience it makes us more scared for his/her safety as we sit and say to ourselves “please don’t kill them, please don’t kill them”

  • Drano
    Comments: 14

    I had two albino mice as a kid, does that mean I used to work in a lab without even knowing it? I feel so used..

  • Deafmatch
    Comments: 10

    You know there is a ” zombies on a plane” movie it’s called flight of the living dead: outbreak on a plane and it’s… not so good. awww who am I kidding it’s awfull. Hope you review it! :bigsmile:


  • TaronCodar
    Comments: 13

    If only I had “some friends” I could smuggle some copy’s of Mortal Kombat into Australia.

  • Shawn DC
    Shawn DC
    Comments: 11

    I thought the part at the beginning where they built the whole “Who is the infected one” was a nice touch, but after those 15 minutes were up things fell apart. Just cliches, bad screenwriting, and then the third act which felt more like a “Let’s try and fill as many possible plot holes as possible” instead of an actual ending.

    Stage 6 is making quite a living off Direct to DVD films. Random sequels and Cuba Gooding Jr. stuff.

  • Just_another_zombie
    Old Man
    Comments: 1

    This movie does look pretty dull, and the normal movie camera will probably just make this blend even more into the crowd with stupid horror films.

  • Fanglightwind
    Comments: 10

    i knew when i saw this one in the store it was going be  crappy since  movie  thanks to seeing your review on the first one

  • keeganbdouglass
    Comments: 15

    Where did you get the “da da da da” sound from?

    • Prossor_Kobras
      A Real Turtles Fighter
      Comments: 38

      Almost 6 years later, Prossor Kobras told Keegan B Douglas that the “da da da da” sound came from House of The Dead: Funny Version.

      And there was much rejoicing.

      Or Keegan had already figured it out in that time.

  • Salculd
    Old Man
    Comments: 1

    This might be three months late, but I’ll be That Guy. You CAN take rats as a carry-on (as opposed to checking them, or taking them at all, really), or at least that was the case a few years ago with Southwest Airlines.  I know because I actually had to look into the possibility.  That included a lengthy phone call to them concerning the matter when I was going to be out of town for a month and didn’t have anybody who could watch my four.

    I didn’t go through with it, ultimately, because there was going to be approximately a shitload of bureaucratic red tape to slog through and after all the associated fees and various other equipment I’d need/preparations I’d need to make it was going to bump my total cost up into the $2000 range–and that was only one way.  It turned out to be cheaper to just board them at the vet along with my cat, even though the four were still billed individually (despite being in the same cage and not requiring any individual treatment).  Lucky for Southwest, I guess, since Lede was a DEADLY ALBINO RAT.

    That all being said, you can easily round this down to “you can’t take rats as carry-on luggage”.  I tried.

  • stonedXmonkeysXhero
    A Real Turtles Fighter
    Comments: 22

    i luv your cat’s cameows and why no cat phelous… stupid fuckin cat πŸ˜›