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Directed By
Andrew Currie

Written By:
Andrew Currie, Robert Chomiak

Billy Connolly, Carrie-Anne Moss, Dylan Baker, Henry Czerny, Tim Blake Nelson, Sonja Bennett, Alexia Fast, Doug Abrahams, David Kaye, Michael P. Northey, Jacob Rupp, Mary Black, Rob LaBelle, Aaron Brown, Andrew Hedge, Jennifer Clement, John B. Lowe, Bernard Cuffling, Kevin Tyell, Raphael Kepinski, Brandon Olds, Geoff Adams, Mike Azevedo, Raymond E. Bailey, Harold Courchene, Liam Crocker, Michael Irwin, Carl-James Kalbfleisch, Tiffany Lyndall-Knight, Barbara Moss, Lauren Oleksewich, Andy Parkin, Rick Pearce, Lynn Pendleton

Fido (2007)
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Movie Review by Movie Addict
July 1st, 2009

Favorite Movie Quote: "Why aren't you eating me?"

Having recently finished Pride and Prejudice and Zombies, I can really appreciate this film. It is that idyllic paradise of the 50s, where everything was so neat and tidy and clean, and here we insert disgusting zombies. How does a mom keep up appearances when things like blood interfere? It even had a scene reminiscent of Lassie, where little Timmy (K'Sun Ray) was in danger and his zombie (Billy Connolly) went to fetch his mother (Carrie-Anne Moss).

One could read into this film a criticism of 50s communist scares, or racial prejudice. There was certainly an undercurrent of sexual tension present.

Or, one could just sit back and enjoy a funny satire on life.

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