"Night Of The Living Dead: Resurrection"
Elements of George Romero's original 1968 "Night Of The Living Dead" are transposed into the English countryside and the modern-day world of smart phones and satellite TV, none of which comes in useful once the world ends. Overall, in the zombie-saturated, blood-soaked media landscape of today, this grim, low-budget film has modest offerings to add, dwelling on personal and social depravity... Perhaps the most terrifying is its portrayal of the vicious, nihilistic hooligans, British youth who are more mindless and violent than the zombies that surround them, more interested in filming the mayhem on their cell phones than in any viable survival strategy. It's a timely reflection of contemporary culture which may resonate on both sides of the Pond, but it's pretty depressing. Still, this isn't the greatest horror movie ever, and it rehashes many tropes we've seen before. Hardcore zombie devotees might want to check this out, though general audiences can probably skip it. Slow-moving, gory and unusually bleak, even for the zombie genre. (DJ Joe Sixpack, Slipcue film reviews)