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Top Customer Reviews
It's about a group call "The Zombie Squad" killing of zombies and helping the scientist with a cure. They also come
along a religious group that want's to keep the zombies alive...so they have to fight them as well.
The action is clumsy, the characters make dumb decisions, the acting is pretty bad, but the gore and story
is well executed. I know it's low budget but it seems as if it could of been so much more. I've seen
many low budget zombie films that are better like "The Dead Pit" and "The Video Dead".
I guess it's worth a watch to the hardcore fans.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
i just love horror movie and plots they are good to watch, most of the time they are pretty scaryPublished on June 21, 2014 by Mary
I choose 5 stars because not only is it a peice of shit movie but I consider it a classic zombie movie & even better is It was made in my home town & I never knew about it!!!Published on September 26, 2013 by Peter Shannon
I saw this movie many years ago on VHS. The film quality is low, the special effects are laughable, and the acting is nonexistent. Read morePublished on February 2, 2013 by Earl B
I don't know what the people who gave this film a good review were thinking. The movie looks like something a teenager shot over a weekend. Read morePublished on May 12, 2012 by Kevin Brown
I am a huge horror movie/zombie movie fan. I have seen so many zombie movies. Night Of The Living Dead, Dawn Of The Dead, Day Of The Dead, Return Of The Living Dead, and tons of... Read morePublished on January 25, 2010 by Toby L. Weaklend
The Dead Next Door (J. R. Bookwalter, 1989)
J. R. Bookwalter, who gave us the surprisingly fun Ozone back in 1993, got his celluloid start as an extra in George Romero's... Read more