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Wang You Wei (Bruce Hung), who is serving his alternative military service at the Legislative Yuan, is the kind of unsuccessful and unambitious person that would be labeled a loser in society. One day, Wang accidentally causes legislator Hsiung Ying Ying (Megan Lai) to commit a grave mistake during her conflict with another legislator of the opposing party. She has no choice but to resign afterwards. However, she makes Wang run in the by-election to win back her spot. That's how Wang ends up becoming a legislator, despite having no prior leadership experience whatsoever. When a zombie virus breaks out in the Legislative Yuan, Wang will have to lead the survivors against the living-dead politicians, and fight their way out of the parliament building!
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|Artist Name(s):||Gao Hui Chun (Actor) | Tuo Zong Hua (Actor) | Bruce Hung (Actor) | Wang Zhong Huang (Actor) | Megan Lai (Actor) | Lin He Xuan (Actor) 高慧君 (Actor) | 庹宗華 (Actor) | 禾浩辰 (布魯斯) (Actor) | 王中皇 (Actor) | 賴雅妍 (Actor) | 林 鶴軒 (Actor) 高慧君 (Actor) | 庹宗华 (Actor) | 禾浩辰 (布鲁斯) (Actor) | 王中皇 (Actor) | 赖雅妍 (Actor) | 林 鹤轩 (Actor) 高彗君（フランシス・カオ） (Actor) | Tuo Zong Hua (Actor) | ハー・ハオチェン (ブルース ) (Actor) | Wang Zhong Huang (Actor) | 頼雅妍（ミーガン・ライ） (Actor) | Lin He Xuan (Actor) Gao Hui Chun (Actor) | Tuo Zong Hua (Actor) | Bruce Hung (Actor) | Wang Zhong Huang (Actor) | Megan Lai (Actor) | Lin He Xuan (Actor)|
|Director:||Wang I Fan 王逸帆 王逸帆 Wang I Fan Wang I Fan|
|Writer:||Jian Shi Geng | Yang Wan Ru | Wang I Fan 簡士耕 | 楊宛儒 | 王逸帆 简士耕 | 杨宛儒 | 王逸帆 Jian Shi Geng | Yang Wan Ru | Wang I Fan Jian Shi Geng | Yang Wan Ru | Wang I Fan|
|Subtitles:||English, Traditional Chinese|
|Place of Origin:||Taiwan|
|Picture Format:||NTSC What is it?|
|Sound Information:||DTS Digital Surround, Dolby Digital 5.1|
|Disc Format(s):||DVD, DVD-5|
|Region Code:||All Region What is it?|
|Publisher:||CN Entertainment Ltd.|
|Package Weight:||120 (g)|
|Shipment Unit:||1 What is it?|
|YesAsia Catalog No.:||1099538659|
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March 31, 2021
The zombie genre gets a zany, blood-spurting entry in the Taiwan horror action comedy Get the Hell Out. If you've ever thought politicians are just blood-sucking creatures who prey on the people, then Wang I Fan's debut feature is here to validate your suspicions with unsubtle satire and lots of blood.
Bruce Hung plays Wang You Wei, who is on security detail at the Legislative Yuan, Taiwan's parliament, for his alternative military service. He has a crush on short-tempered legislator Hsiung Ying Ying (Megan Lai), who became a politician to block the construction of a foreign chemical plant in her hometown. Rumors are that the chemicals are linked to a new rabies virus. After Hsiung is forced to resign over a media fisticuff that involved Wang, she demands that he run for her vacated position in the by-election. Her intention is for Wang to act in her stead, but the rival gangster legislator also wants to control Wang. Amid the controversy surrounding the plant, the President returns to Taiwan infected with the virus and turns into a zombie while facing parliament. All hell breaks loose as politicians and reporters get infected and attack each other. Wang, Hsiung and company must fight rabid zombies and shady government forces to get out of the building, which is in lockdown.
Taiwan has a notoriously colorful political culture. It's not uncommon for representatives to trade barbs and then fists in parliament, and the campaigning process can get pretty loud and ostentatious. Get the Hell Out amplifies and sends up the cynical and ridiculous aspects of politics with farcical characters and nonsense comedy that flits between dry and over the top. The film's old-school atmosphere and visuals make the film especially fun and dynamic.
Still, the satire doesn't get particularly deep and the antagonists make no sense. Get the Hell Out functions first as a zombie survival comedy, and it delivers on this front with an exuberant bloodbath of gore and slapstick. The film keeps your eyes occupied at all times with plentiful action enhanced by eye-catching cinematography and art direction. Get the Hell Out is great midnight movie fare.