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  • Actors: Peter Coyote, Aimee-Lynn Chadwick, Cory Hardrict, John Keefe, Jenny Mollen
  • Directors: Ellory Elkayem
  • Writers: Aaron Strongoni, William Butler
  • Producers: Anatoly Fradis, Angelo Pastore, Bogdan Moncea, John Vulich, Lyudmila Fradis
  • Format: Multiple Formats, Closed-captioned, Color, NTSC, Widescreen
  • Language: English (Dolby Digital 2.0 Surround)
  • Subtitles: English, Spanish
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.78:1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Rated: R (Restricted)
  • Studio: Lions Gate
  • DVD Release Date: March 20, 2007
  • Run Time: 86 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 2.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (39 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B000M9BPFI
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #76,369 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)
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A college student finds a canister in his uncle's attic that contains a drug more potent than Ecstasy. When word of the drug, nicknamed "Z" for its Zombie-like hallucinogenic effects, reaches unscrupulous college drug dealer Skeet, he hatches a plan to sell the drug to ravers attending the ultimate rave party. But when the drug's side effects start to kick in, the ultimate rave turns into the ultimate grave as party goers drop to their death...then rise again to feed!

Customer Reviews

This movie had the humor, gore, special effects, and good a story line.
the truth
Like I said earlier the movie really has major plot holes and most of the time doesn't make much sense.
A. Sandoc
If your a zombie flick fan this is likely the weakest in the series however worth renting.
J. Brown

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35 of 44 people found the following review helpful By Tsuyoshi on January 18, 2007
Format: DVD
"Return of the Living Dead: Rave to the Grave" (2005) is, in short, not scary nor funny, another disaster in this series. I thought "Return of the Living Dead: Necropolis" (2005) was so awful, enough terrible to become the nail in the series' coffin, but I was wrong. They made another sequel which is worse than the previous "ROTLD." Considering the badness of `Necropolis,' this is kind of amazing.

Actually "Necropolis" and "Rave to the Grave" (the fourth and fifth entries in `Return of the Living Dead' series) were shot back to back in Romania. Director for both films is Ellory Elkayem (`Eight Legged Freaks"), and `Rave to the Grave" features some of the stars of `Necropolis' including Peter Coyote, Aimee-Lynn Chadwick, Cory Hardrict and John Keefe.

`Rave to the Grave' is about the high school students who survived the terrible zombie outbreak in the previous film. They are now college students and this time one of them finds a dusty canister in the attic, but instead of leaving it alone or reporting to the police, he and his friends take a sample of the slimy liquid inside and bring it to the laboratory in the campus. And ... here is the silliest part ... one student makes a drug called `Z' out of the sample and starts to sell it on campus.

`Rave to the Grave" relies on this silly one-joke idea about the zombie drug that not only makes people act like zombies, but actually turns them into real ones. The film runs out of steam halfway through the story, and the rest of it is about the repetitious battles between zombies and humans that are neither thrilling nor funny to see.
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16 of 20 people found the following review helpful By A. Sandoc on March 20, 2007
Format: DVD
There's not much to say about Return of the Living Dead 5: Rave to the Grave other than it's actually worse than the movie before it. Return of the Living Dead 4: Necropolis was really bad and not in the so bad it's funny. What had been a cult horror franchise which had fun with the zombie genre in addition to putting some genuine scares in people, these last two Return of the Living Dead movies should pretty much kill the franchise just when the zombie revival is still going on strong.

Ellory Elkayem does directing duty for this fifth installment. He also directed the fourth film. I had thought that not everything should be laid at Elkayem's feet when it came to who to blame for the lackluster and awful film that was Necropolis, but after sitting through Rave to the Grave I have to say that whatever good will Ellory Elkayem built up with his funny take on the giant creature feature, Eight-Legged Freaks, has been wasted with his back-to-back filming of Return of the Living Dead 4 and 5. Elkayem films both films one after the other and I am going to assume this was more to save on the budget than any sort of continuity with the actors hired to play recurring roles. If saving money was the main reason then it sure didn't look like it. Except for a few hero-zombie (zombies given more screentime than most thus given a better make-up effect) scenes the film clearly shows it's ultra low-budget pedrigree. I don't have problems with low-budget horror movies as long as there's a sense of energy and enjoyment by those making it, but neither Necropolis and Rave to the Grave showed any one of the two.

Rave to the Grave occurs one year after the events of Necropolis and the teenage survivors of that film have now graduated and attending college.
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4 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on September 13, 2009
Format: DVD
Hands down the dumbest film ever. The major plothole between four and five seems like it never happened and that kid didn't seemed to learn the first time. This time 2-4-5 Trioxin becomes the latest Raver drug, only to have Romero-esque flesh-eating zombies that die when you shoot them in the head.

Return of the Living Dead, the very first film, the zombies could not die unless you nuked them off the face of the planet! That means you can shoot them in the head and chop them into pieces, and the pieces will still come after you. Also, this was the start of the Brain-eating zombies, which was decided in the first film as Dan 0'Bannon didn't want to step all over Romero's toes.

This doesn't even register as a comedy, nor should be considered a film at all. I read the infamous Uwe Boll on here somewhere and that's exactly the kind of disappointment this goes for.

Bury this one in the Sierra Nevada somewhere, or better yet shoot the master print into the sun so it can never be released again!
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11 of 16 people found the following review helpful By JBizzle on January 16, 2007
Format: DVD
Why do I keep comin' back to these movies? After "3" (or after Lionsgate got a hold of the series)I shoulda known that there was no hope for another descent film to come outta this series. "Rave From The Grave" combines(tries to anyway) 2 of my favorite things in life. Zombies & the underground DJ culture. Let me just say, they fail miserably at both. They filmed this movie back to back with part 4, & anyone who saw part 4 should know thats not a good thing. I'd say this one sucked worse than 3 & 4 combined. The plot is some "raver" kids get ahold of the trioxin & some how get high off it in small doses. They go and find their chemist buddy (stay with me, it get's better) & put the trioxin into a pill form to distribute all over there college campus. They call the pill "Z" because "you get so high & tripped out, you're like"... wait for it... "a zombie". Are the script writers in Hollywood all just completely retarded now, was that really the best that they could come up with? Mean while there are these 2 "secret service" or "Interpole" guys with some of the thickest Italian accents I've ever heard are running around trying to find the missing drums. You wind up waiting over an hour before anything really even happens. The script, director, whatever, I don't know who's more to blame for this abomination, but how did this even get made? The acting is HORRIBLE, you wanna see the lame azz characters(especialy the DJ guy, that loser needs a good punch in the face)killed in a grizzly horrible manner. The make up & special effects are okay, but still nothing like they used to be in the 1st 2 films. It's movies like this that give the Rave culture such a bad name. It's very obvious they know nothing about the dance scene or Zombie movies.Read more ›
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