As a group of well-intended robbers hold up a bank in London's East End a zombie breakout hits the city. The leaders of the group, brothers Terry and Andy (Rasmus Hardiker and Harry Treadaway, respectively), must now rush to the retirement home of their Grandfather (Alan Ford, Snatch and Lock, Stock, and Two Smoking Barrels) to rescue him and his friends, leading to a full fledged assault against the zombie.
Unfortunately, some of the scenes in this film are drawn out way too long, and the acting by some can be distractedly bad. Another drawback for me was the end--I won't spoil anything but will say it failed to pack the punch one would expect. Ultimately these are minor issues with the film and certainly can be overlooked in a movie this fun. This zombie comedy is filled with both laughs and a great bit of gore, drawing obvious comparisons to Shaun of the Dead--Cockneys vs. Zombies is not THAT good, but it certainly ranks among the elite in its genre.
On A Scale Of One To Ten: 8