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Night Of The Living Dorks

3.4 out of 5 stars 34 customer reviews

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Editorial Reviews

This film combines zombies with an insatiable appetite for flesh, gut-busting comedy, and the perpetual hope of seeing attractive women disrobe.

Special Features

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  • Deleted and extended scenes
  • Fun scenes
  • Trailer

Product Details

  • Actors: Tino Mewes, Manuel Cortez, Thomas Schmieder, Collien Ulmen-Fernandes, Hendrik Borgmann
  • Directors: Mathias Dinter
  • Writers: Mathias Dinter
  • Producers: Marion Dany, Mischa Hofmann, Philip Voges
  • Format: Multiple Formats, Color, NTSC, Widescreen
  • Language: German (Dolby Digital 5.1), English (Dolby Digital 2.0 Stereo)
  • Subtitles: English
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.85:1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Rated:
    NR
    Not Rated
  • Studio: Starz / Anchor Bay
  • DVD Release Date: February 20, 2007
  • Run Time: 89 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 3.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (34 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B000KJTFHA
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #117,566 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)
  • Learn more about "Night Of The Living Dorks" on IMDb

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By Melkor VINE VOICE on August 10, 2007
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I am on a lengthy mission to try to review every zombie movie. My latest entry is this odd little creation from 2004, "Die Nacht der Lebenden Loser" ( a.k.a. "Night of the Living Dorks"). A German Teen Romanic Comedy Zombie flick. Why not?

First, and most important, what strain of Zombie are these "Loser" Zombies? These are the voodoo created, dorky, stoner high school variety. Aside from when Konrad gets his glowing eyes and blood lust, these are mostly cognizant zombies. They have super zombie strength and x-ray vision, but are slowly decomposing and becoming victims to their hunger for flesh. This has the "Teen Wolf" vibe where being a dork makes them outcasts, but being confident monsters makes them popular. This film has a very 80's vibe, in that respect. Not much killing or fear from these zombies, but Zombie Konrad gives us some good gore. Wurt Zombie does a good job as a stoner zombie, but he still can't top Seth Green and Elden Henson as stoner zombies in the unfairly maligned "Idle Hands". Sill, I give this a decent overall zombie score of: 6/10

The gore is pretty good in this one. Not a lot of it, but a decent enough amount for a movie that is trying to be a comedy. The microwaved foot is a great gag, so for that I will give a gore score of 6/10.

Gratuitous sexism and nudity is in the mid-range. The goth girl is supplied with sexy goth lingerie for a ritual. The "hot" girl (who is not very attractive) takes her top off in the teen-sex-comedy "nerd is going to score in the bedroom" kind of way. The best is when Zombie Konrad suddenly gets x-ray vision, and can see through a girl's pants. After that he decides it's dinner time. A gratuitous sexism and nudity score of 6/10.

The movie was not very boring.
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First off, watch it in German with subtitles. The dubbing is horrible. Which is fine with me, I almost always watch movies in their native language with subtitles.

So, on to the movie. Sure, it's simple and predictable. It's a teen zombie movie, it's supposed to be. But it hits all the right notes, and the characters are entertaining and engaging. For zombies.

I especially liked the cemetary scene with the frozen chicken, et. al.
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This is a fantastic movie its very funny but it still delivers on the gore. The cast is likable and easy on the eyes, which is always a plus. The DVD version that I bought has the option for English over-dubbing, but I found that wasn't needed to have a good laugh. I preferred it in the original German even though I don't speak German fluently many words sound the same like blood/blut for example. This version also has an alternative ending in the special features, which gives you about another half hour of the movie to enjoy. Though I understand why they changed the ending, it was still very cool to have the option to see it. Also the alternative ending does answer the question of why they talk about a dance they never attend. You'll enjoy this movie if you liked, "Shaun of the Dead" (Simon Pegg/Nick Frost) or "Black Sheep" (Nathan Meister/Peter Jackson, not the Chris Farley/David Spade movie).
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a decently funny sexy movie on a different take on the teenage zombie genre. although the movie was enjoyable and story interesting even both endings I couldn't quite get over the original I believe German lip-synching with the English language and some of the cultural differences
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I bought it as an addition to my collection, but I'm not too impressed with it, the words are dubbed over in english so yes you can understand what they are saying but their lips are moving differently then the words you're hearing.
The package seemed to have been wet at one point, and the paper was slightly damaged, I enjoyed a laugh or two but not much.
Overall 1 thru 10 I give my purchase a 5.
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Night of the Living Dorks (2004)
Imagine something like “Ferris Bueller’s Day Off”, “Fast Times at Ridgemont High” or some other typical teen comedy with all the usual jocks, stoners, Goths, high status kids at the top and the geeks with pocket protectors then throw in Zombies and you get the gist of this German comedy. It works too. The kids attend the German high school Frederich Nietzsche Gymnasium. Heh heh.
Tino Mewes plays the head nerd, too shy to make a move on his childhood friend-now beautiful and blossoming next door and just waiting for him. He of course has eyes for an unobtainable top tier girl with the usual handsome jock jerk boyfriend. When the Goth girl (Collen Frenandes) and her pals invoke some Zombie ashes, three dorks (Mewes, Manuel Cortez and Thomas Schmieder) are Zombiefied.
These are fully functioning Zombies who not only have gained super strength but also have x-ray vision which they use, remember these are 17 year old boys, to look at girls butts. “Night of the Living Dorks” has not just imagination and enthusiasm but competence rarely seen in Zombie flicks. The production company, Constantin Films, has a long history in the film business, making movies in German and in English. It has produced such famous films as “The Never Ending Story”, “The Name of the Rose” but for our purposes much more importantly, Constantin Films made the “Resident Evil” films. In short, “Night of the Living Dorks” is a major production by a large and successful film production company. It has the professional level in the technical departments that we always seek and only occasionally find. That alone sets this film above the usual stagger of the horde.
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