– (2011) – A group of college students come to terms with each other as well as a zombie outbreak. Has moments of somewhat-fun get-to-know-you character moments, and an above average attempt to freshen a beaten genre. Commonness gets in the way of any festivities, but the lightheartedness does work.
– (2006) – While searching for a five legged goat with two heads, a reporter ends up in a town inhabited by vampires, zombies, and sluts. Somewhere within the juvenile jokes and self-aware atrocities is a story with significant ambitions. Strives too hard for laughs, which is an uphill battle since the humor is abominable.
– (2015) – Anthology of intertwining stories that focus on ritual murders, an anti-Santa, zombie elves, and a possessed kid. Tries to come across as the Christmas version of Trick ‘r Treat, but unlike that film nothing much works here. The twists are lame, the tone is dull, and the only scares come from loud bangs.