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Night of the Living Dead Re-animation - 3D [Blu-ray]

2.5 out of 5 stars 36 customer reviews

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  • Actors: Andrew DivoffJeffrey Combs, Sarah Lieving, Robin Sydney
  • Directors: Jeff Broadstreet
  • Format: Blu-ray, PAL, 3D
  • Language: English
  • Region: Region B/2 (Read more about DVD/Blu-ray formats.)
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Rated: NC-17
  • Studio: Import
  • DVD Release Date: August 20, 2012
  • Run Time: 88 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 2.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (36 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B0076VJ304
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #182,297 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)

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This movie is a spiritual sequel to the NOTLD3D with Sid Haig. It explores the story of that movie with greater detail. If you haven't seen it, you should watch it first. It is an original take on NOTLD. There are many homages to the zombie genre in here to please fans (it's a Romero Zombie!). It does move slowly compared to other versions of the tale, but they try to expand on the characters. It is not nearly as bad as the reviews indicate, if you take into account my points listed above. Sit back and watch an original.
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This is not a great movie. I bought it because of Combs. It was pretty gross when you got in the furnace room. Some of the bodies were pretty gross.
It was not what I expected. the suprise was the mortician. I got a kick out of how he played the role.
They cheated a bit using notld in the title. Still I got a mild kick and a few laughs from it. I did not expect a lot. All I ask is to be entertained and I was mildly entertained.
If you like a little cheese and have some twists in your sense of humor you may find a little fun here. I often like the odd in movies.
I may be a little to forgiving but I was forewarned by the reviews on amazon.
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Gerald (Andrew Divoff ) is a deadpan undertaker. It seems his mortuary has a re-animation issue which we don't see start, but from the beginning we get the suspicion Gerald knows something. His employees include the well endowed Dyeann (Robin Sydney) a goth who describes herself as a "necro." There is young Russel (Adam Chambers) the handyman. Melissa Jo Bailey plays the snarky secretary, and Jeffrey Combs plays Harold, a conspiracy buff brother who has returned for some money. He reminded me of a young Dabney Coleman.

The movie returns to some zombie basics. In this feature the culprit is army chemical waste as this film sets up to be a sister film of the "Return of the Living Dead" series. The zombie effects were good. I liked the maggots, a feature rarely used outside of 80's Italian Zombie productions. The zombie metaphor is brought into the realm with references to former VP Cheney being a zombie. There are negative references to the Tea Party (T-baggers), The Drudge (Grudge) Report, Fox (Fixd) News and Sarah Palin (sister Sara) who is played by a you betcha Denice Duff down to the red jacket stolen from Admiral Kirk. Later she will crave brains. There is political satire at work, an aspect which might make the film more or less enjoyable depending on one's leanings.

I also liked some of the background stuff such as Dyeann watching "White Zombie" and the picture of Lenin in daddy's office. I had to laugh out loud when I saw the air fresheners. There is a humorous aspect to this film too. The film lacked the heavy human vs. zombie action which has spoiled us. Most of the action takes place on only a few sets and you never expected it to expand, especially with things relatively under control. The film sets up for an interesting sequel.

Parental Guidance: F-bomb, no nudity. 1 "necro" sex scene. Robin Sydney bar/panties. Use of pot and "E".
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I know this movie had nothing to do with Night of the Living Dead that we all know and love but geesh...what did it have something to do with? Watched on an on demand service and it was simply horrible. I give it one star for the 10% of the movie that had zombies and gore effects. They were pretty good. But the acting, plot (more like plodding) and questionable storyline were terrible. It's kinda like what you would get if you put a Sarah Palin look-alike, several zombie tea party people (they called them tea baggers in the movie), pot smoking crematory workers, a clueless policeman, an evil mortician in a blender and blend without the top on and see if anything sticks to the wall. Is it that bad? Yes. Is it worth watching? If you like really slow, b-movies, yes. It's 90 minutes of your life that could be better spent.
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The movie wasn't bad, per se. It was worth seeing ol' Jeffrey "Herbert West" Combs back in action in a zombie movie, (though, of course he wasn't *playing* Herbert West!) All around, the 3-D was *decent* with the rod, the shovel, the couple up-close zombie scenes, and the graveyard. However, it was a long, drawn-out film that had very slow pacing. It's meant to be a prequel to the 2006 "Night of the Living Dead", but the end had me totally confused and left me saying, "Yes... but what of it?"

All-in-all, it was ok. I've seen a LOT worse in the genre. Go ahead and take the chance, even if it's just for the 3-D Blu-Ray effect. That alone made the movie for me. Another reviewer was stating that the film had stills and utilized sock puppets... I have NO idea where they got that idea from! This particular movie had much the same effects as many other post-modern-day zombie movies. (Think "Walking Dead" type effects with CG blood trails when zombies are shot in the head.) It's a basic B-Class horror film, hands down. No complaints, but nothing to write home about. Worth the $20. Thing is, this movie above is PAL format, so if your player doesn't play PAL, do NOT order! Our PS3 played it fine however.
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i like the movie , im a big zombie fan , the movie was good and i like the scripts on it , the actors were ok , but the rest was great , thank you so much
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