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Night of the Living Dead: Resurrection [Import]

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17 of 18 people found the following review helpful
Another movie trying to make money from the title April 30 2013
By Joe - Published on
Format: DVD
Where to begin, i wouldn't have given this one star but 0 stars was not available. A very slow movie that never picks up. Looks like it was filmed on an Iphone. Terrible story, bad acting, stupid characters. This is just another movie that was made to try to rake in the dough by using the name Night of the Living Dead in the title. Initially i was angered that there wasn't a blu ray release of this, then the 30th of April came around and i watched it on VOD. This angered me cause i wasted $5.99. There is not ANY good parts whatsoever in this junk of a film. AVOID AT ALL COSTS...
7 of 7 people found the following review helpful
The absolute worst. May 25 2013
By Aaron - Published on
Format: DVD
I felt sorry for my family having to watch this "movie". Heck, I felt sorry for me spending money on this thing that was a total waste of money, time, material, and power. Do not, under any circumstance, buy, rent, or even borrow this. I wondered what I had done wrong to be witness to this trash. Maybe the people responsible are trying to singlehandedly trying to kill the zombie genre? I just do not know. I gave it 1 star only because there are no negative stars available.
6 of 7 people found the following review helpful
Violence for the sake of violence? May 2 2013
By Arie Vandenberg - Published on
Format: DVD
I've seen a ton of zombie flicks and I gotta say that this is the most gritty, violent zombie films I've seen. For the budget of approx 20k, the film is technically proficient in it's craft of story telling, yet there's something very unsettling about the treatment of the subjects. Frankly, it's closer to a snuff film than a zombie shoot-em-up and evokes a very dark view of society through the use of fear (of the living, not the dead). Over-indulgent violence, plunder and yes, rape, are not what drive zombie films, but the writer/director think otherwise. Further, children should never be exposed to this film due to the brutal treatment of it's characters.
8 of 11 people found the following review helpful
"They're your family..." May 1 2013
By DJ Joe Sixpack - Published on
Format: DVD
"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)
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
By The Movie Guy - Published on
Format: DVD
****EARLY PLOT SPOILER**** (about 10 minutes into film)

The film opens like it is going to be a barn buster. It incorporates some Brit humor. Ben (Sule Rimi) is introduced. The film spends some time building his character. Indeed, he appears to know how to survive a zombie infestation. However, this film isn't about him, but rather a dysfunctional rural family with their own dirty little secrets. Grandpa is ill. On top of their problems, there are blue-eyed zombies and gangs of hoodlums that come late into the film.

I was bored for much of the film. The action was slow for too much of the film, and wasn't that great when it was happening. The actors were not convincing as they delivered poorly written lines.

They should have spent less time at the farm house and developed a decent subplot with the hoodlums, then bring them together. This would have been better than listening to Grandpa prate on about the end times.

Parental Guide: F-bomb, urination. No sex or nudity.

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