What's up with Japan and all these cool zombie films the last few years? Stacy is definitely a must see in my book. For some strange reason, teenage girls 15 to 17 begin to mysteriously die...and come back to life. The resulting zombie chicks are called Stacys. The girls experience a weird NDH (near death happiness) then come back as vicious killers. The phenomenon soon spreads throughout the entire word. Armies called the Romero Repeat Kill Corps form to fight the zombie epidemic. Stacy mixes silly fun with a cool storyline and plenty of nasty gore. There's just something about Japanese schoolgirl zombies that's kinda cute and cuddley. You even get treated to seeing the next wave in zombie extermination known as Bruce Campbell's Right Hand 2, a crazy looking chainsaw sold on TV to help men kill their newly undead daughters and girlfriends. Above or maybe I should say underneath all the funny stuff and gore, there's a message of peace and love. One girl knowing she'll soon be dead and a zombie finds a guy she likes to kill her after she turns. She says that all the girls prefer to die by the hands of someone they care about. By the end of the movie, their relationship changes everything. The zombie girls stop killing and allow men to love them and soon a new race is born. Sounds kinda kinky to me and I'm not sure if I'd trust getting oral from a zombie chick, but hey somebody must have liked it. Stacy has a lot going for it. It's fun and might even learn ya something when it's done.