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4 Ratings: 1.5
Music Video & Concerts movie directed by Andrew Currie

It doesn't take long for the hilarity ofFido's central idea to kick in: the world is reeling from the Zombie War, and the undead are being contained in two different ways. Some of them are roaming loose in fenced-off wilderness zones. The rest are, thanks … see full wiki

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Director: Andrew Currie
Genre: Music, Musical
4 reviews about Fido
review by . October 30, 2008
The entire zombie subgenre has been so over done for so long that I was beginning to worry that there might be no coming back for it. Then, like a good pet who comes when you call him, along comes Fido.    Set in America in the 50's, humanity has survived the zombie apocalypse, which happened much as it did in Romero's "Land of the Dead," and is now living safe inside fenced-in safe zones. There is an invention, a collar of some sort, that is able to quell the zombies' hunger …
review by . February 17, 2008
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FIDO takes place in a world where thanks to a mechanical collar, zombies (like those from NIGHT OF THE LIVING DEAD) have been captured and tamed. People live in fortified and relatively secluded 1950s suburban utopias. Outside of these protected communities is "the wild": natural land where zombies roam free. Thanks to the collar, people use zombies as servants and they are a status symbol; anyone who is anyone has a zombie and the more zombies you have the higher your position in society.    Ti …
review by . February 12, 2008
This was such a funny movie 1950s style. A "Pleasantville (New Line Platinum Series)"-like town (it that 1950s demented kinda way) but with collared-controled zombies. Zombies are used for labor and as servants. The Robinsons get a zombie and he is named Fido by Timmy, their son. All hell breaks loose when the collar stops working.     The film is very funny describing an post-zombie war era. Children's "outside activities" in school are target shooting, 12 year olds are allowed …
review by . October 30, 2007
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The fifties are a favorite target of the film industry. Understandably, a time when conformity was king, a comedy that satirizes sterility and a WASPy dominance of others has a laudable satiric message--even if the same saccharine speech is hammered throughout. Partly a parody of 'The Day of the Living Dead,' Night of the Living Dead a Zom-com executive moves into Timmy Robinson's (K Sun Ray) neighborhood to assure everyone the zombies are now harmless household figures made to be indentured servants …
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