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Fangen wir an dieser Stelle einfach mal mit dem Offensichtlichsten an: Die 2014er Horror-Komödie „Zombeavers“ besitzt einen grandiosen Titel. Das betreffende Wortspiel ist simpel, klangvoll und verrät einem zugleich eine ganze Menge über den zu erwartenden Inhalt. Einige weitere Beispiele dieser Art, die mir spontan einfallen, wären „Shaun of the Dead“, „Boy eats Girl“ und „Sharknado“. Die Sache ist nur, dass sich die damit verknüpfte Kreativität in vielen Fällen so gut wie gar nicht mehr in den jeweiligen Filmen an sich wiederentdecken lässt – siehe etwa „Sharktopus“ oder „Piranhaconda“. Erfreulicherweise gelang es den Machern dieses Streifens, sich der Materie auf durchaus inspiriertem Pfade anzunähern: Obgleich ebenso schrulliger wie abstruser Beschaffenheit, merkt man sowohl dem Skript als auch seiner Umsetzung deutlich an, dass die Verantwortlichen (allen voran Jordan Ruben sowie die Gebrüder Al und Jon Kaplan) mit dem nötigen Ernst und „Sinn fürs Genre“ zu Werke gingen. Mag sein, dass das von ihnen kreierte Endresultat zwar nicht unbedingt das Zeug zu einem neuen „Klassiker“ hat – spaßig, kurzweilig und (fürs geneigte Publikum) sehenswert ist es aber allemal… Eine Gruppe junger Leute fährt zur Party an den Waldsee und prallt auf eine Population von aggressiven Nagern. Entfesselter Low-Budget-Tierhorror der unernsten, aber nicht albernen Sorte, ein heimelig nostalgischer Splatter-Trip. Zombeavers is a 2014 American horror comedy film directed by Jordan Rubin,[1] based on a script by Al Kaplan, Jordan Rubin, and Jon Kaplan. [2] The film follows a group of college kids staying at a riverside cottage that are attacked by a swarm of zombie beavers. A trailer for the film was released in early February 2014 and went viral.

[3] The film had its world premiere on April 19, 2014, at the Tribeca Film Festival. [4] The film was released in the U.S. on March 20, 2015. In December 2014, Zombeavers was released on DVD. Joel Silver produzierte diesen von Rob Thomas erdachten Mix aus Detektivserie, Highschool-Drama und bissigem Sozialkommentar mit geschliffen scharfen Dialogen. Kristen Bell ermittelt als titelgebende Teen-Detektivin in kleinen und großen Fällen in ihrer Heimatstadt Neptune. While transporting toxic chemicals, a pair of truckers strike a deer and lose one of their canisters. It rolls into a river, floats downstream, and splashes several beavers at their dam.

Zombeavers was released in Austria on November 7, 2014, where it grossed $29,133.[18] It opened in the United States on March 20, 2015, and ended the weekend with a 63rd-place finish grossing $8,163 from eleven screens. As of April 5, 2015, the total US gross is $14,947,[19] for a total worldwide gross of $44,080. The film had its world premiere on April 19, 2014, at the Tribeca Film Festival and was theatrically released in the U.S. on March 20, 2015. In December 2014, the film was released on DVD. Later, college students Mary, Zoe, and Jenn arrive at Mary`s cousin`s cabin near the dam. Although Zoe and Jenn are distraught that there is no cell phone coverage, Mary insists that they spend the next two days without interruptions from technology or boys. While swimming at the lake, the girls discover the beaver dam. When Jenn swims closer to see a beaver, they are surprised by a bear. Smyth, a local hunter, scares off the bear and admonishes the girls to stay away from the beavers and dress more appropriately. Rotten Tomatoes reports that 69% of 32 surveyed critics gave the film a “positive” review; the average rating is 5.7/10. The consensus reads: “Zombeavers obviously isn`t high art, but it delivers just enough of the gory insanity promised by the title to earn a recommendation for genre fans.” [11] Metacritic, another review aggregator, rated it 44/100 based on six reviews, indicating “mixed or average reviews”.

[12] Brent McKnight of giantfreakinrobot said, “It`s as much of a blast as you could hope for.” [13] Rob Hunter of Film School Rejects called the film “funny, smart, consistently entertaining,”[14] and Jason Gorber of Twitch Film “commend[s] its tenacious nature to mine every last drop of narrative and complexity out of a very slight but very funny idea.” [15] On the other hand, Variety gave Zombeavers a mostly negative review, commenting that “this debut feature for standup and sketch-comedy vet Rubin is not without flashes of ingenuity, but the one-joke premise wears thin even before the mercifully brief 76-minute running time is up.” However, the critic adds that “Zombeavers is not a total wash, and seen at night, under the right combination of low expectations and controlled substances, it may even seem better than it really is.” [16] The Los Angeles Times was ambivalent as they felt that the film was “a fun idea and, like a good undead animal, has some solid designs on hitting its target