The Walking Deceased

Movie review by Jeffrey Anderson, Common Sense Media
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Common Sense says

age 18+

Rotten, ugly, hateful, and highly unfunny zombie spoof.

R 2015 88 minutes

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age 16+

Based on 2 reviews

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Community Reviews

age 18+

Not for kids, duh.

If you let your kids watch The Walking Dead, still pre-watch this movie. It's hilarious, but not only will kids not get 90% of the references but they have too many other age appropriate movies out there. We love this movie.

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age 14+

Worst movie I've ever seen...

...and I've seen some pretty terrible movies. Don't bother with this one. I stopped watching after 10 minutes.

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