Words used to accurately describe Poultrygeist: absurd, ridiculous, pure Troma, awesome, awful, bloody, hilarious, original, gross, gory, amazing, terrible. The film absolutely hilarious at times, and dreadfully boring and stupid at others. Fans of the past decades of Troma films will find plenty to love here, but the average horror fan might not be able to take some of the stranger elements, like the frequent musical numbers and asinine plot and dialogue. The acting and humor are in true Troma form, along with geysers of blood and tons of gore. There is no point at which the film isnt alienating some stereotype, trampling societal taboos, or giving the MPAA a run for their money, so Lloyd Kaufman has certainly outdone himself. Now then, once you get past all of the Troma craziness, the film just isnt all that great. It runs long at times, the plot is extremely thin and built around the gore, and the musical aspects are distracting and annoying. Despite its flaws, it is very entertaining and insanely gory, and certainly worth checking out! A fast food restaurant built on an Indian burial ground is taken over by vengeful spirits that return as mutant chicken zombies!