The Dead [Blu-ray]
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After crashing off the coast, Lt. Brian Murphy battles for survival across the vast terrains of Africa in search for a way to get back to his beloved family. Joined by local military man Daniel Dembele, who is also searching for his son, both men join forces, all the while battling against the ever-present threat of the living dead!
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Ford Brothers got out of this African crew of actors, an why that is, there is a-lot of them to
begin with, they're everywhere you look for crying out loud, I think I’ve said this before never seen a dead
person walk up-right, but they look good an real for my taste, this is definitely “Not” a thinking mans movie,
but what the Brothers did is make it sort of, you want to know what has happen, an why..which makes you
wait with such anticipation you actually don’t care what the movie turn out to be, I mean for me I love it,
there is more “Cheese” here than you can eat but that’s not what I was looking for, there is some, some bloody
parts but not the excessive kind like you see in others of the same genre,
Runtime 104 Min.
5.1 Dolby TrueHD.
The Dead Of The Deadliest Of Dead...
The gorgeous setting - exit urban cities or rural Pennsylvania where all zombie invasions seem to start, hello big savannas - could be considered the "Third character" of this movie that demands its audience a bit more than just a craving for gore (of which, let me reassure you, there is viscerally plenty).
The atmosphere is constantly oppressing the same way the first 3 "Of the Dead" Georges Romero movies were.
If you like Zombies movies, where the feeling treat is constant and where characters react in a believable manner in a "end of the world "type of situation ( Yes, "Walking Dead" I'm looking at you) then this one is for you.
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Dull zombie movie, found it to be Disappointing. Added nothing new, predictable, only interesting bit was the fact it was set in Africa.Published on April 29 2012 by Scott M