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Marriage is work, especially when your spouse becomes one of the living dead. Zombie Honeymoon takes a fresh look at the old flesh eating genre standard. This is not necessarily a Shaun of the Dead rip-off because the comedy really only appears early on in the film. What starts off as a stylish and energetic twist on the old zombie "we are going to eat you" flick, soon turns into a dark, sad reflection of love gone bad. When we first meet our happy couple, Denise and Danny (played by Tracy Coogan and Graham Sibley), they are rushing out of the church. Avoiding family and friends (probably a budget based decision) they make a run for what is supposed to be a romantic getaway at a beach house where they plan for sex, a candlelight dinner and all things newlyweds should do. This is fun stuff and director Dave Gebroe knows how to liven things up. But things start to get dreary when Danny, the vegetarian surfer takes a break from the waves with his blushing bride, and something comes out of the water. Which makes sense because according to The Zombie Survival Guide by Max Brooks (great book people), zombies can walk beneath the water on the ocean floor; and you thought all you had to worry about was JAWS huh? For awhile there is still a sense of fun in this here party. But the more Danny gets hungry the worse things look for the couple.