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  • Subtitles: English, Spanish
  • 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: First Look Pictures
  • Average Customer Review: 3.4 out of 5 stars 9 customer reviews
  • ASIN: B00116GEHU
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #74,858 in DVD (See Top 100 in DVD)
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Cannon/Suvari/Rhames ~ Day Of The Dead (2007)

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I honestly don't want to waste my time with this but I too have watched this film. I do enjoy George Romero zombie flicks and after watching this I thought this was a joke. More disappointed actually cause all I got was some rookie director coming up with a 'remake' of one of the master's well known title and jacking it all up. A rookie in the sense of trying to capture the dark, gritty, viciousness of the zombie epidemic as envisioned by Romero in his earlier films. Steve Miner has directed episodes of Dawson's Creek, (which explains some of this film's truly boring dialog and Ken and Barbie type characters) and Smallville (which has effectively turned Superman into a soap opera).What Miner has done here is show us that he can capture all of the plot lines, and zombie behavior previously shown in a dozen zombie flicks, put Mena Suvari (of American Beauty) in the lead and make a horrible horror movie.

While this film might appeal to young folks who don't understand the art as developed by Romero, those who do will undoubtedly turn away from this one after the first half hour. It only takes that long to get an idea of the poor characters. Suvari plays an army Corporal (who carries a gun with no bullets. Why even pull it out?) Ving Rhames has a small part, perhaps wise enough to not stick around. Suvari's character is remarkably calm in the face of danger despite her seemingly bad decision making. The rest of the cast are like refugees from a Dawson's Creek episode. Nick Cannon (Mariah Cary's husband) plays the part of the bad a.., machismo Army Private, and while not giving a particularly good performance, due in part to the horrible script, Cannon does manage to bring some charisma and toughness to the character.
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...you're thinking about writing your first zombie script and you want to know what you can't do.

Just to give you an idea; one of the characters becomes a zombie and he doesn't feel like eating human flesh because when he was alive, he used to be a vegeterian.

This is how stupid this movie is.
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This seems to be another low budget zombie movie, but with such a great story it all makes it worth while. Filmed in Canada, so that also makes it even better! :)
This is a classic that i needed to add to my collection!
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The original "Day of the Dead" was a cult classic with "Bub" being the world's most favorite zombie. This movie did not follow in line with the original except for the fact they had one friendly vegan zombie. Nor did this movie follow the logical sequence of "Night of the Living Dead", or "Dawn of the Dead." Instead it seemed more like a bad prequel for "Return of the Living Dead."

The zombies in this one are not dead people coming back to life, but rather live people infected by a virus. They don't walk slow. In fact they move around a bit like the vampires in "Twilight." It doesn't take a head shot to kill them either. If you recall the research done in the original "Day of the Dead" explained why the head shot was needed. The movie starts out as a 5 star production. The character interaction was good. The plot and subplot ran close together. The slow scenes, needed to build plot, were done well as they were aptly inter-spaced with action scenes. I broke out the popcorn waiting for a modern zombie classic to unfold. It never did. Once the zombies came into being, the movie quickly degenerated into a "B" zombie movie. I always wondered what the guy at America AM in Colorado looked like. I wish they could have worked more wacko conspiracy theories into the plot before they ruined it.
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A strange flu outbreak.

Nose bleeds.

Death.

Rebirth . . . in rage.

No one knows how anyone got sick . . . at least, no one is telling us. The US Army is all over it, quarantining Leadville, Colorado. Sarah Bowman (Mena Suvari) is serving her country and is part of the troops bordering the town.

Except they can't contain the rage-filled maniacs that have returned from the dead after being killed by the flu.

Going back for her mother (Linda Marlowe), she runs into her brother, Trevor (Michael Welch), and tries and save their mother's life. Unfortunately, the mom falls victim to the virus and Sarah and her brother--along with his girlfriend/female interest, Nina (AnnaLynne McCord), and a couple of Army Joes--try and flee from the ever-escalating attack of flesh-hungry zombies that stop at nothing to satisfy their gut-munching desires.

Adding a strange twist to things, one of the army chaps, Bud Crain (Stark Sands), gets infected and later transforms into an angry zombie as well, but Sarah keeps him along for the ride, feeling sorry for him. Besides, he seems harmless enough and hasn't attacked them.

When their hope of escape falls through, Sarah and the others must make their last stand against the undead before they are ripped to pieces.

Can they survive this Day of the Dead?

The first thing that comes to mind about this movie is that it's hardcore. The zombies in this flick aren't just your average gray-skinned, baggy-eyed monsters. The person infected dies then are suddenly transformed into pale-skinned, decayed-fleshed, white-eyed beasties loaded with so much rage that hate and hunger emanates from them before they even move in for the kill.
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