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Product Details

  • Actors: Morgan Williams, Robert Faith, Ashleigh Southam, Stacey Stevens, Jullian Josland
  • Directors: Logan McMillan
  • Writers: Logan McMillan
  • Producers: Logan McMillan, Alan Brown, Jamie R. Thompson, Jared Christofferson, Kevin Jack McMillan
  • Format: Color, DVD-Video, NTSC, Widescreen
  • Language: English
  • Region: Region 1 (US and Canada This DVD will probably NOT be viewable in other countries. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Number of discs: 1
  • MPAA Rating: UNRATED
  • Studio: Echo Bridge Home Entertainment
  • Release Date: Oct. 20 2009
  • Run Time: 88 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 3.0 out of 5 stars 1 customer review
  • ASIN: B002K0UNYQ
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #74,228 in DVD (See Top 100 in DVD)
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After a deadly virus has turned humankind into flesh-eating zombies, slackers Morgan, Ash, and Johnny spend their days lounging in their skivvies, drifting from one vacant house to another. When the three stumble upon a hot girl who may have a cure for the outbreak, the three decide it's finally time to step up to the plate and save the world - and the girl. Zomedy fans will unite for this campy, "breakneck zombie film that injects a high dose of hilarity!" (Revenant Magazine)

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This is not Shaun of the Dead, nor is is 28 Days Later... It's a light, not too gory movie about some people and some zombies. The acting is ok, the plot is all right - the zombies are a little... average, and the music isn't great.

There are some really good moments in this film, but it is what it is - low budget and made by other zombie fans. If you liked Dead and Breafast, Undead or Dance of the Dead - you'll probably like this one too. For the price, it's certainly risk-free. I would (and will) watch it again.

If the music had been better, I would have enjoyed this a great deal more. That's the biggest change I would make, aside from some tighter editing.

I also appreciated that aside from a risque poster seen in the background every so often, there wasn't any graphic nudity.
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31 of 34 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0xaab605ac) out of 5 stars Acceptable Oct. 29 2009
By ribcage - Published on
Format: DVD
Last of the Living isn't an outstanding film, but at least it's not terrible. With all the independent zombie films out there you can trudge through a lot of them before finding anything that's "acceptable" let alone outstanding, so it was nice that Last of the Living didn't just outright suck. Unfortunately, since it wasn't outstanding, there's little reason for anyone outside of die hard genre fans to pick it up and watch it, as is the case with most average zombie films.

The story follows three friends who move from mansion to mansion kicking back playing video games, watching movies, drinking beer, and occassionally venturing out into the wasteland for more supplies or just to fight some zombies and boredom all in one go. The characters are acted out well enough (there are some slipups where lines were delivered so badly I felt removed from the film, but there aren't too many of those), and there's tons of dry humor between them. I have to say that my sides may have not been hurting, but I did laugh a few times and cracked a smile several other times. It's rare for me to audibly laugh while watching a film alone, and Last of the Living pried some giggles out of me so I'll definitely remember it for that.

The story is minimal--like most zombie films our interest is set more on the characters surviving than what actually goes on. I liked the characters well enough, so the typical zombie fare storyline of survival and hope for a cure didn't bother me much. Plus, the plot didn't try any absurd explanations for the outbreak or try to venture into new ground that the writers probably wouldn't have been able to handle. There were a few moments that should have been emotional that weren't really explored very deeply and passed by much more swiftly than they should have to carry any weight, although if they had been explored deeply it probably would have turned out sour and cliche so it's a lose/lose situation on those scenes.

The zombies were certainly zombies, although the makeup on some seemed to be more cared for than on others and this care seemed to come mostly at random. It wasn't especially distracting, I just wish the style of some of the zombies earlier in the film carried on throughout. They looked very creepy, disturbing and even mildly original to what I've seen in other films. Some of them looked downright rushed, but this thing is indepenent after all, you've got to expect things like that.

My real major disappointment with Last of the Living is that a couple of scenes are lifted directly from 28 Days Later and at least one from Shaun of the Dead (I haven't seen the latter as recently so I'm not sure if any others were as well). They stood out sorely against the rest of the film.

Last of the Living does have enough that if you're a die hard zombie fan you'll probably get a kick out of it. The dry humor gives it enough spice to separate it from other average independent films and the characters don't feel like stock characters. Although neither is enough to seperate it from actually being "average" in general, it at least ranks head of its class.

And obviously, if you haven't watched independent zombie films before this isn't the film for you, and if you're looking to start watching independent zombie films it's also not the place for you to start.
11 of 12 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0xaa951900) out of 5 stars Review of the Last of the Living Jan. 7 2010
By Harley D. Morris - Published on
Format: DVD
This was not a horrible film. It was actually ok. The cinematography seemed fluent, there was decent story and the actors were on it. The only thing about this film that could have been better was a stronger script. The tags on the cover, at least the one I bought suggested "destined to become a cult classic" by Terror 4 Fun & "...a breakthrough zombie film that injects a high dose of hilarity" by Revenant Magazine. I don't see this being a cult classic but at least a good watch for a hardcore zombie film fan. As for the "Hilarity", I had some smiles crack through most of it, close to the end the humor got a bit better, but not by much. I think this would have been a better film if it had been more serious a film, however having said that, the humor it had seemed more on a realistic level than most. What there was didn't seemed forced.

At the offset of the film I thought it was going to be 28 Days later meets Shaun of the Dead, but that went away quickly, and happily so, as I would have been totally put of by the film if it were just rehash. I suggest viewing with little expectancy and you'll find it to be ok enough to own, but if one goes in expecting things that are reviewed on the cover, one may find themselves very disappointed. I applaud everyone involved in the film for taking the chances they did, I just would have liked a stronger script.
4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0xaabc793c) out of 5 stars NEW ZEALAND ZOMBIES Dec 8 2010
By The Movie Guy - Published on
Format: DVD
The movie starts out with three men living together. The electricity is still operating even with no one to attend to the grid or power plants. Electricity is simply magic. They get bored with their current location and opt to go find a new place to live. They pile into a killer Ford and drive along until they find a church which they think is defensible. They enter the church and end up finding a female scientist and her father who has a bite mark. He dies and the four of them take off. She is part of a plan to save the world. The plan is to go to the local hospital. Get some zombie blood and process it. Fly off to a nearby island where there are fellow scientists and save the world. The guys have nothing better to do so they join her. While the infection is viral, zombie blood, which splatters all over people doesn't spread the disease, only bites from slow moving zombies with the classic one leg drag. The movie contained humor, good dialouge, and an easy to follow plot with acceptable acting. The main problem was the lack of characters. No sex or nudity.
4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0xaac09d68) out of 5 stars Great movie for the price. March 28 2010
By Chris W. - Published on
Format: DVD Verified Purchase
I didnt expect much but was happy with the results. This is a low budget movie filmed in New Zealand. Good story, decent acting and good special effects. If you can get it for under 7 bucks there are worse things you could spend your money on.
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0xaac09db0) out of 5 stars The New Zealand Version of Shaun of the Dead Oct. 14 2012
By Coffee Addicted Writer (Billy) - Published on
Format: DVD
I bought the Last of the Living along with three other zombie flicks for only five dollars at Walmart. I wasn't expecting much from a low-budget movie, but Last of the Living is actually funny despite some terrible zombie makeup.

The plot involves three slackers, Morgan, Johnny, and Ash, as they spend their days playing video games and watching movies in mansions. They accidentally run into a female scientist, Stef, who claims to have a cure, but she needs help getting a vile of blood to an island, where the military are suppose to be located.

The characters are silly, but likeable. Considering I had never heard of the movie before I wasn't planning on liking it this much.