The one thing that really excites me about this movie is the concept of zombie feminism. The first zombie feminist was the Bride of Frankenstein when she said no to her creator and the monster she was created to be with. I know that horror movies in general aren't really known for feminism, but there are films like this out there. I love how io9.com boils down the message behind Deadgirl: "...man shouldn't rape women because those women might turn out to be superpowered zombies who want to eat your you-know-what." (You can read the rest of the article here: http://io9.com/5053881/zombie-feminism.) This concept really holds my interest and I hope more films follow in this trend.
Here's the IMDB page if you want to find out more about it: http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0896534/