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The Revenant (PAL)(REGION 2)(Must have all region dvd player to view)

3.8 out of 5 stars 4 customer reviews

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  • Language: English
  • Subtitles: French, German, Dutch, English
  • Dubbed: German
  • Subtitles for the Hearing Impaired: English
  • Audio Description: None
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Average Customer Review: 3.8 out of 5 stars 4 customer reviews
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This is a genre splicing film from Wanko Toys Productions, and that has to be the best production name ever. It links the `Death Wish' revenge theme with the undead zombie theme. The basic synopsis is our hero Bart (David Anders) is killed on active duty in Iraq. His body is repatriated and a grieving girlfriend and best mate bury him. The preacher is one of those full on sanctimonious Bible bashers that insinuates that Bart may not have embraced the Lord enough in life to be welcomed through the Pearly gates, so we should all take note. This gets best mate Joey (Chris Wylde) thinking if his best friend may actually have gone to Hell.

Well he needn't have fretted, as later that night he gets a knock at the door and a voice from the past calls out. Yes you guessed right, Bart has returned, and after some initial scepticism Joey takes in his old mate, but he soon has to make a trip to the Emergency Room after Bart finds he can't process normal food, the penny finally drops when the Hospital goes mental at the thought of the living dead. After some inter web research Joey realises he is neither Vampire nor Zombie, so they decide he is a Revenant - from the French for one who has come back after a long time, often from the assumed dead.

Then they get mugged and after a tussle they realise that Bart can have a steady food supply and do society some good by killing criminals and homeless and drug dealers and just about anyone that they consider bad.

This is billed as a riotous comedy and it does have some very dark humour but not belly laugh stuff, the gore is pretty full on though. The actual story is the real strength, and the twists are far from obvious or sign posted.
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"The Revenant" is one Gory Zombiefest"and Hilarious movie you'll ever see, But a Big but?
"The concept of this movie is really really good"but the foul language for every four sentences?
really got to me,it was so overbearing and absolutely stupid and bloody unnecessarily done to such
a fine concept of a movie, that was done so good,every few words was a F. this and F. that,if it fits the
movie I don't mind,but this was way overbearing,I don't think I would ever watch this again,It was just
like listening to Rap Music with the swearing,I don't need someone to sing a swear word to me,I already
know how to bloody well swear,and I love the concept,but I don't know if I could recommend it, only if you
can stand the swearing,so be warned of that element, I like the star of the movie David Anders from [Hero's]
I've seen him in a lot of T.V. shows, I don't know what the director was thinking, why he would allow all that swearing,
I will absolutely give it four stars for concept,one star for Louise Griffiths she was good,so was Jacy King.
I can't give away what transpired in the movie,but I have to say,it's a good laugh,
2.35:1 Widescreen.
DTS-HD Master Audio.
Runtime 118 Minutes.
How would You Like To Come Back As Dead.Dead You Say.
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If you love zombie movies, this film is a must. There is no escape, this is a zombie with a conscience and he will make all vilains pay for their crime. There is also the shock for his love ones who attended his funeral to see him walking and talking. BTW he drinks blood and sleeps during the day... but he is not a vampire!
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same name as the revenant with di capprio. got this sh8t movie instead. brutally bad movie.
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11 of 11 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0x9d2ac6a8) out of 5 stars Not bad at all Jan. 2 2013
By damgrunt - Published on
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Don't think Zombie only! it's more like a zombie/vampire hybrid, which was quite nice to see. especially since it was unexpected....sorry. either way, the acting was suprisingly good, the effects were good and the storyline was very original. i was overall very pleased with the flick and i recommend it. the only problem i had with the movie is that i felt it should have been longer and had a more involved storyline with the original characters. but they made time for an elaborate ending which i thought was hilarious, ironic, and could possible but unlikely pose an oppurtunity for a sequel.

i won't give anything away, so buy it, rent it, borrow it, or steal it. hope this helps.
10 of 11 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0x9d2ac8f4) out of 5 stars thought it was totally original Sept. 23 2012
By Amazon prime lover! - Published on
i really liked ut. after seeing all the horrible b movies that amazon seems to like to list and offer, this really was top notch. never seen anything like it, very original. i nice change of pace from the usual "number 2" movies offered by amazon
12 of 15 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0x9d2acbac) out of 5 stars Not for the humorless or lite-hearted Jan. 11 2014
By WSKane - Published on
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Revenant is one of the best dark comedy gory action horror films of all time. Rich in intelligent dialogue, gruesome gore, a well written story line, and good acting, this flick offers top notch entertainment from start to finish. If you like twisted comedy and zombie gore, it's a must-have addition to your cult classic collection.
4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0x9d2acabc) out of 5 stars Great funny gore. Dec 12 2013
By W. White - Published on
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This movie is so well told. The writer/director has a history in special effects makeup, and it shows here. There's plenty of gory, messy stuff for the lovers of that. The writing and the lead actors take it so much further though. It's funny. It's a great buddy comedy at times. It'll make you jump out of your seat at times. Not sure why I haven't already heard talk of it being a cult classic, because it IS a cult classic... perhaps still waiting to be found by a cult.
3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0x9d2acb28) out of 5 stars THE RELUCTANT REVENANT Dec 11 2013
By Charles M. Britzman - Published on
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As you've read in the other reviews, this movie is a mixture of humorous and serious moments. Scenes where I wasn't laughing, but was still enthralled included the one where Bart's girlfriend cuts her arm to give him blood, and it turns erotic ; when he agonizes over cutting her head off while in her dormant sleep, to free her from a vampire future ; and his breakdown in the empty subway car after trying to fling himself in front of a subway train, and merely losing an arm. At this point, his girlfriend and his best buddy are both dead, by his hand, and he clearly wishes he was permanently dead himself. The plot dives in and out of serious and humorous sequences with a certain grace that I find pleasurable and well-done. Imagine yourself crawling out of your own casket, not knowing what the Hell is going on, and learning the ropes of being a vampire from scratch. The hunger never leaves you, but your humanity does, eventually, to make way for feeding yourself. Suicide is extremely difficult, and then the hunger overshadows even that.

As others have stated, the f-word gets used a lot in conversations between Bart and his best friend, and their friendship was an "Animal House" blend of bromance and immature squabbling that was a major vehicle for the humor. It kept things light enough to help out that porpoising in and out of seriousness, but it struck me as going a bit too far in that direction, at times. Something about the way Bart held his head in his hands as he contemplated a choice of horrors before him, or when he was wondering for the thousandth time why this was happening to him, touched me. As he is driven toward an insane, amoral, true vampire's orientation near the end , I wasn't laughing, and it was easy to forget the silliness elsewhere in the movie. I may have read tragedy into moments that were meant as humorous tragedy, but the acting was there, and I felt only pity for Bart. For me, Terry Gilliam's "Brazil" comes to mind as an example of a similar mixture of humor within an overarching horror. The humor is a delivery vector for solemn insights that are perhaps equally applicable to less supernatural stories. You decide.

But it didn't stop me from laughing when, say, Bart talks with his vampire friend's severed head in an unexpected and hilarious way. I also think the undead makeup and props were very convincing, and the scope of the events in the story was well matched by the relatively modest budget. IMHO the movie didn't "look" cheap at all, but it may suffer from comparison to bigger-budget 'undead' movies like "World War Z", with a cast of thousands(mostly pricey CGI, of course). David Anders' portrayal of the hapless Revenant Bart was very convincing, and funny, but I thought it worthwhile to point out that, between the laughs, he makes us care.

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