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Attack of the Herbals

  15

David Ryan Keith

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About the Film

Jackson McGregor has returned after years of exile to his grandparent's home in a small sleepy Scottish village, a village where the daily routine consists of eating, sleeping, fishing and drinking tea. However the local's way of life is under threat from a large corporate retail machine headed up by a monster named Bennett who wants to buy land for a new development. After discovering a crate of herbal tea washed up on shore, Jackson hatches a plan to sell the tea and save the village. However the new lease of life the tea seems to give people soon turns into a nightmare, and Jackson finds himself in a village of Zimmer-frame wielding, flesh eating pensioners. Can Jackson save the village, redeem himself and stay alive? Attack of the Herbals puts the tea back into terror, an outrageously funny horror comedy that is quite simply Scotlands answer to Shaun of the Dead...

Customer Reviews

Great to see a film coming out of Aberdeenshire...

But, it wasn't particularly enjoyable.

Well done guys, but it didn't really float my boat.

Lacked a great story and script.

Felt homemade, which it was…but really shouldn't have made it to iTunes.

If your reading this your to close to watching it...stop

Rubbish

Rubbish

Bad acting, bad plot, awful film. A waste of my time and money. Don't bother.

Attack of the Herbals
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  • £9.99
  • Genre: Horror
  • Released: 2011

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