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Night Of The Living Dead 2007 R CC

2.6 out of 5 stars (81) IMDb 3.2/10

Both an homage to and a re-imagining of the original 1968 film, this update follows a group of survivors trapped in a farmhouse battling a siege of undead zombies!

Starring:
Brianna Brown, Joshua DesRoches
Runtime:
1 hour, 20 minutes

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Genres Horror
Director Jeff Broadstreet
Starring Brianna Brown, Joshua DesRoches
Supporting actors Sid Haig, Greg Travis, Johanna Black, Adam Chambers, Ken Ward, Alynia Phillips, Max E. Williams, Cristin Michele, Marcia Ann Burrs, Robert DiTillio, Brian La Rosa, Alan Gorg, Jason Brandt, Mark Sikes, Neil D'Monte, B.J. Winslow, Sean Durrie, Bill Quinn
Studio Lionsgate
MPAA rating R (Restricted)
Captions and subtitles English Details
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Ingredients for a horrible horror movie remake: horrid acting, terrible dialogue, terrible cinematography, a complete lack of gore, and a complete disrespect for the source material. This remake of 'Night Of The Living Dead' has all of those in spades...plus a ton of really crappy 3-D and oh, Ben isn't black in this one. Ugh. Terrible. Let me start by saying that I love the original and I also really like Tom Savini's 1990 remake, so my opinion may be a bit skewed. But this remake is absolutely horrid.

First off, the acting is the quality of a high school drama class. Everyone in the film is terrible. Even Sid Haig, who is normally great, phones it in. All the characters are unlikeable, especially the "hero" Ben, who is now played by some white emo kid. He's not rough and tough like Duane Jones in the original or world weary like Tony Todd in the 1990 version. White Ben is just there, stumbling through his lines like a confused drama student.

Secondly, the 3-D in the film is pointless and terrible. The film has some decent 3-D shots in the opening graveyard scene but then fails to really do anything with it for the rest of the film. Instead of trying to create depth in the shots, the filmmakers shot the bulk of the film like a regular movie. They make a couple half-hearted attempts, but there is not a single shot that jumps out at you(the slo-mo bullet effect near the end of the film is pathetic). But whatever, I could've dealt with it if it were not for the fact the the 3-D is just bad. With the glasses on, everything is just blurry. And unfortunately, there's no function on the disc that allows you to turn the 3-D off. You get to either watch a blurry film with the glasses off or a blurry film with the glasses on.
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If I haven't said this before I'll say it again, I'm a huge fan of George A. Romero's Night Of The Living Dead and his sequels he's done for the past forty years. Thanks to him, we truly know the horrific world of Zombies and the Undead with great detail and know what a frightning place it can be trapped within, be it an old farmhouse, a suburban mall, underground bunker, or anyplace that leaves you open for an attack by the flesheaters of the living. Of course once you create such a popular character in Horror you get copycat rip-off's trying to cash-in on your original creation. Strangely though, most of these types of films have had some varied degrees of success, most notably the Italian Zombi filmakers of the 1980's. Unfortunately though, the one that started it all, 1968's NOTLD, due to a copyright snafu never got that precious right and soon it came clear to all that anyone could either release it, own it, and/or make any version with that plot and title any way they choose.

But first, a little history: back in 1998 Anchor Bay and John A. Russo (one of the men to help create the '68 original with Romero) decided to release a 30th Anniversary version of the classic, but instead of just re-releasing the same old print like every other DVD company, shot and added new footage in with the old, creating a new subplot that not only hurts the original film, but betrays the social commentary that was laid down in the first place. A true misstep and the fans were not pleased.

However when it came to complete remakes, at least someone got it right even before this.
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Too many people I feel are truly being very unfair and biased toward this movie, perhaps for the same reason I'd originally come away from it feeling hugely let down the very first time I was able to track it down and view it for myself -- "NOSTALGIA."

Unlike the Tom Savini version of 1990, featuring the awesome Tony Todd, this "3D" gimmick version already had two strikes against it going in: (1) it was not affiliated with George Romero in any way, and (2) it was not genuinely a "remake" of the original film, but stood as its own animal... sort of.

What this version did was take basic story elements of the original movie and "reworked" them in a way that was both fresh and familiar at the same time (even managing to incorporate allusions to O'Bannon's 1985 "THE RETURN OF THE LIVING DEAD"), then took it an extra step further and delved into "SCREAM" territory by critiquing and practically satirizing not only the original movie but the entire "walking dead" genre as well... and this is where I think the greatest problem lies with the movie for those who might have been expecting something a bit more straight edged in presentation and more "faithful" to the source material.

Out of curiousity (based on a review vlogger's recommendation), I recently decided to sit through the "prequel" of this movie, "NIGHT OF THE LIVING DEAD: RE-ANIMATION" (also shot in 3D, and *NOT* to be confused with the fan-produced "NIGHT OF THE LIVING DEAD: REANIMATED"), and I thought it was an utterly TERRIBLE movie. Even though I'd managed to forget most of the details, I did remember that the version featuring Sid Haig was nowhere near that awful!
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