"Poultrygeist: Night of the Chicken Dead" Blu-Ray Review


Synopsis (Basic): When a fast food chicken restaurant is built on the site of an ancient Native American burial ground, the displaced spirits unite with the ghosts of exterminated chickens and transform into Indian chicken zombies seeking revenge! Now, it's up to a dim-witted counter boy, his lesbian ex-girlfriend, and a burqa-wearing fry cook to put an end to the foul-feathered menace once and for all.

Review: One thing has finally happened that I personally never thought would, and that is Troma releasing their films on Blu-Ray, but unfortunately for this release it's not much of an upgrade from the 3 disc or 2 disc DVD sets that have already been released. The picture is not much better and still has film damage that was not removed. One good thing is that you do get the same special features as the DVD sets but you also get a couple extra features as well. Overall I wouldn't upgrade to the blu-ray of this film if you already have any of the 2 DVD sets out there, but if you have not picked this one up I would say go for it and buy the blu-ray. Now lets get into the film shall we. Despite the format that you decide to buy of this film you get an egg-cellent movie. This film is filled with all the classic Troma elements such as plenty of boobs, tons of blood, vomit, politically incorrect humor, mutants, flesh eating, buckets of gore, and not forget Lloyd Kaufman. This film takes on the fast food industry with well crafted satire that is covered in batter and deep fried in vomit. I really enjoyed the cast in this film and the songs where very put together and they kept running through my head days after I watched the film. The only downside to this film is the fact they took out the Ron Jeremy talking scene and being a fan of Ron I wish it would of been left in, now other than that I loved this fucking movie. If you have not seen this yet then I would highly suggest you go and get it because it's worth every penny. One last thing I can say about this film is that this in my opinion is one of the best Troma releases.

-Daniel Damnation

Directed By:Lloyd Kaufman, Released By: Troma, Year:2010(Blu-Ray), Genre:Horror/Satire, Website: troma.com Time Length: 103 mins.

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