Dawn of the Living Dead
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"The first 'living dead' film for the entire family, featuring zombie parents, zombie kids and even a zombie baby!" --Premiere Magazine
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Second, Todd Bridges only has a small role as a retarded man with fake buck-teeth and a "pillow" or balloon under his shirt to make him look chubby. This is by far the worst and the silliest and the most misleading zombie movie that I have ever seen. Buy this at your own risk. Of course, I rate this movie with one star.
Maybe there is a worse zombie movie, but, I can't imagine any film being that much worse than this waste of time and money for the movie buyer and the producers of this nonesense.
Bad special effects along with a korny script make this actually painful to watch. I believe this horror movie is even worse than "The Church"!
I thought that movie was the worst horror ever made-I was sadly mistaken
NOTE: the following review (well, the first paragraph) contains a major spoiler for this movie. Be warned.
Is there anything more satisfying in low-budget horror these days than watching Joe Estevez die horribly? And the best part is, it's so easy to find. Per IMDB, Mr. Estevez (who, in case the look and the voice didn't tip you off, is Martin Sheen's brother, Charlie Sheen and Emilio Estevez' uncle) appeared in sixteen movies in 2010 alone. Without actually investigating, I'd say, simply judging by the titles, a little over half of those are horror movies. I'd further say, given my recent experiences with flicks in which Joe Estevez appears, he probably died (and horribly) in three-quarters of those. I mean, you can't really go wrong with a Joe Estevez movie, as long as you're only looking for "Joe Estevez Bites It. Horribly.". If you're looking for a good movie, on the other hand, you're almost certainly better off looking elsewhere. Estevez, over the past quarter-century, has made some choices that would have been career-killers for just about anyone else. Soultaker. Sigma Die!. Legend of the Roller Blade Seven. (And a sequel!) Zombie Farm. I Got the Hook-Up (which I think actually did kill a number of careers). Dawn of the Living Dead, which was originally titled Evil Grave: Curse of the Maya. Subsequently retitled, one assumes, to appeal to the Romero-loving crowd.
Plot: A former mental patient, Renee (Things You Don't Tell's Amanda Bauman), and her doctor, Jeffrey (Estevez), with whom she has fallen hopelessly in love, move out to the middle of the Arizona desert, presumably to continue her recovery.Read more ›
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I dive the item and the shipper an a a a a a a a a a a a a aPublished on December 28, 2012 by David Willis
This film has zombies in it. They are the voodoo kind. The film is pretty lame.
Don't let the title fool you. Read more
DON'T BUY THIS MOVIE !!!
WASTE OF TIME AND MONEY... ALSO WASTE OF MONEY FOR MAKING IT !!!!!
I am not one for giving ones. I do not do it lightly. But, what was the point? I mean seriously, was there one? Read morePublished on June 25, 2008 by Chris W.