Release Date: March 30, 2021
Run Time: 1 hour & 21 minutes
Reviewed By: Adam
“Witness Infection tells the story of two rival mob families who are transferred from the Witness Protection Program to the same city by mistake. Life has always been pretty protected for Carlo Serrelli (Robert Belushi). But his past is about to come back and bite him. Carlo’s father (Carlos Alazraqui) has kept him out of the deadly mob business by giving him a job at the family dog groomers, while his younger brother, Dominic (Bret Ernst), has always done the dirty work.
All that is coming to an end as Carlo’s father has to force him into an arranged marriage with the daughter of the rival Miola family boss. Carlo’s two best friends, Gina (Jill-Michele Melean) and Vince (Vince Donvito), vow to help him get out of this predicament, but they all get in way over their heads when a serious infection starts eating the town. The good news is that Carlo may not have to get married after all — but the bad news is that everyone might die.“
If you need a tutorial on how to ruin a zombie comedy… I present to you, Witness Infection!
It’s a very rare day when I have anything bad to say about a zombie movie, but here we are. This one was just bad.
Tried too hard to be funny and the acting was a tad sub par.
I wanted to love it. I’m huge fan of the zombie genre. I just couldn’t find it in me for Witness Infection.
I’ve been seeing some decent reviews/ratings and all I imagine is whoever wrote them ate one of these infected sausages before the movie.
If you want to try getting through it, Witness Infection is available now on demand.