Rent Daddy, I'm a Zombie! (2011)

2.5 of 5 from 47 ratings
1h 19min
Rent Daddy, I'm a Zombie! (aka Papá, soy una zombi) Online DVD & Blu-ray Rental
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It's not every day that you're transformed into a Zombie, But that's exactly what happens to Dixie! Now, finding herself in a strange new world, she must befriend Isis (an Egyptian mummy princess) and Gonner (a pirate cabin boy) and defeat the evil witch, Nubulosa, so that she can find her way home!
Joan Espinach, ,
Alberto Gerrikabeitia
Voiced By:
Paula Ribó, Núria Trifol, Ivan Labanda, Elisabeth Bergalló, Luis Posada, Roser Batalla, Francesc Belda, Albert Mieza, Clara Schwarze, Manuel Osto, Heather Downey, Stéphanye Dussud, Doug Gochman, Sylvie Grimm, Liz Joseph, Danny Katiana
Daniel Torres
Papá, soy una zombi
Lionsgate Films
Anime & Animation, Children & Family, Horror
Spain, Anime & Animation, Children & Family, Horror
Release Date:
Run Time:
79 minutes
Aspect Ratio:
Widescreen 1.78:1 / 16:9
Release Date:
Run Time:
83 minutes
Aspect Ratio:
Widescreen 1.78:1 / 16:9
English Hard of Hearing

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Daddy, I'm a Zombie! (aka Papá, soy una zombi) review by Alyse Garner - Cinema Paradiso

Dixie, the daughter of an undertaker falls pray to a prank played by the school bullies and, running off distraught into a storm, is killed by a freak accident – only to wake up as a zombie a short while later.

Deciding not to waste her after life Dixie joins up with two other zombies and rejoins the world of the living where she sets about righting the wrongs of the world and hoping to thwart the evil plans of other members of the living dead.

Obviously taking a great deal of influence from the stop-motion animation of Tim Burton and his ilk the Spanish language feature Daddy, I’m A Zombie looks promising on the surface but ultimately fails to deliver. The animation is perfectly adequate but lacks the personality of seminal pieces such as A Nightmare Before Christmas or the genuine darkness of Coraline. The story is also brimming with potential but simply doesn’t carry enough meat for any viewer, flesh eating or otherwise, to get their teeth into.

All in all Daddy, I’m A Zombie is reasonably enjoyable but hardly memorable; for fans of Burton’s classic film making style and that slightly quirky animation then this piece is a perfect option when you’ve nothing better to do, but I couldn’t go as far as to recommend it to anyone.

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