Aziz, who lives in Amsterdam, gets fired from his office job after he takes a personal phone call from his partying brother, Mo. He's bummed not because he got fired but because a new woman employee, Tess, likes him. Afterwards, he goes to the party where Mo called from, only to get chased by some black guys and then arrested. It's while they are all in jail that a the Russian space station crashes into the city, bringing with it a virus that transforms everyone into flesh eating zombies. When they leave their cell, which has been left unlocked during the night, they see the police department is a shambles. When they go outside, it's worse. Aziz checks his cell phone--and sees that there are many messages from Tess. She says that monsters are attacking the office and he needs to come and help her. It's then they encounter their first zombie--an old woman in a scooter. She's killed by Kim, a police woman, who joins the group as they figure out what's going on.
Aziz is on a quest to save this potential girlfriend but it turns out that the space station, the center of the zombie problem, has crashed into the top of the building where his office was--and it's attracting all the zombies.Will he rescue the woman of his dreams? Will he even survive? Well, the movie has an unexpected, but fitting ending.
The undead here have green blood, though the usual way to kill them is to destroy the head. My favorite scenes involve a guy who gets a bowling ball stuck on his fat fingers at the beginning of the movie, then uses it to kill zombies by bashing in their heads. Later, when he's infected with the virus, there's a drawn out scene in which the other members of the group are having a very difficult time killing him with another bowling ball.
As zombie movies go this is just okay, much more a horror comedy than anything else. Not the best, not the worst, but you will remember the bowling ball.