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  • Language: English
  • Subtitles: Spanish
  • Region: Region A/1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars 5 customer reviews
  • ASIN: B003EYVXYQ
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After the 2005 slay ride "Land of the Dead", and the 2007 cheesefest "Diary of the Dead", I didn't know if Romero had anything left in the tank. With movies under his belt like his 1978 masterpiece "Dawn of the Dead", watching "Diary" was almost like watching "The Blair Witch Project", but with less action. Then, along comes "Survival of the Dead", which is his best zombie movie since Dawn. Those pesky monsters from Diary are back, and no I'm not talking about the zombies. I'm talking about the military personnel that held up the van full of those students that eventually all ended up dying. There is a family sqabble on Plum Island, which is just off Delaware. It seems the Muldoons and the O'Flynn's can't just get along. Along come the zombies, and you can just imagine what happens next. It is George Romero, after all.
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By The Movie Guy HALL OF FAMETOP 10 REVIEWER on Sept. 3 2015
Format: DVD
This is the sequel to "Diary of the Dead." You don't need to see that film to understand this film and perhaps both films should be avoided. The movie has the typical shots to the head to kill zombies as well as exploding heads and a few unique ways to kill zombies which have become known as "deadheads," something they could only get away in post Garcia days.

People finally get the right idea and go off to an island to avoid the endless streams of zombies. However, this island, Plum island, has its issues. The island, located off Delaware is inhabited by two feuding families with Irish accents (go figure). The unlikeable leader of one family wants to shoot zombies in the head, while the other wants to pen them up and wait for Jesus to show the way. For some reason I found myself cheering for the zombies.

The writers took a bad plot and did everything they could to make it worse short of writing a role for William Shatner. It has George Romero's name on it, you know you are going to watch it anyway. Besides, you've seen worse zombie movies. But hey, I warned you not to expect too much.

There is a token lesbian with her hand in her pants, masturbating scene for some reason. Thanks George.
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Alltho its not a huge blockbuster seller some of Romeros other movies, This one is a classic for me!!
A good story about family rivalry in the middel of a zombie apocolypse! Horror mixed with humor. This is the first movie for me that ive seen where they try to teach zombies to eat animals instead of humans, and in the last scence they accomplish it.
And who wouldnt like to watch 2 hours of Alan Van Sprang in an army uniform!?!? :)
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I don't know if Mr. Romero is becoming too old, but maybe he could consider retirement. This latest chapter in his zombie saga is way more a comedy than an horror movie. Not his best.
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I love Romero's Dead movies
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