Jon Heder (Napoleon Dynamite) stars as Drex Greene, a down-and-out college grad who finds himself undergoing a sudden and inexplicable transformation from everyday zero to zombie hero. With... See full summary »

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 Drex Greene 22 episodes, 2009
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 Shadow Man 14 episodes, 2009
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Jon Heder (Napoleon Dynamite) stars as Drex Greene, a down-and-out college grad who finds himself undergoing a sudden and inexplicable transformation from everyday zero to zombie hero. With his newfound zombie powers, Drex breathes new life into his dead-end job and lackluster love life with the help of his best friend, wannabe filmmaker Matt (Josh Gad) and med student Cassie (Krysten Ritter). ... Written by Anonymous

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Adventures of a Reluctant Zombie

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Comedy | Horror

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unfunny but I've seen worst
18 June 2014 | by See all my reviews

Drex Greene (Jon Heder) is a college grad without direction. He gets hit by a bus and finds himself on the dissection table with medical student Cassie (Krysten Ritter). He took a strange pill that could have turned him. His best friend Matt (Josh Gad) wants to film girls for the internet but zombie would work just as well. Drex starts a new job at Infocorps with overbearing co-worker Andrew Batten (Wayne Knight).

It's a net series of 22 4-min episodes. It's suppose to be a comedy horror. The problem is that there are no funny jokes. The only comedy comes from little bits that Josh Gad and Krysten Ritter throw in. Quite frankly, that doesn't add up to a whole lot of anything and none of the writing is actually funny. It's not like the horror is scary. The production is pretty low rent. I do like the actors in this but it's more closer to a student film.


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