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(May 01, 2002)
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When the Angel of Death impregnates a mortal woman, the dead stop dying. But these zombies are not out to destroy the living; their only desire is to return and be back among us. And now a bloody war has broken out between the living and the dead, bleeding the final survivors from our broken world. Amid this fetid landscape of zombie massacres rises Susan (Stark Raven), a lone woman desperate to get back to her boyfriend and a life of some sanity. And she's not about to let anyone, living or undead, get in her way? New York Filmmaker Scooter McCrae's (Sixteen Tongues) bold new take on the zombie genre won the prestigious Best U.S. Independent Feature Award at the Italian FANTAFILM Festival, which helped solidify its status as a modern horror cult classic. Are you ready to feel the Final Wraith of God?
-Full Motion Menus
-Three Director and Crew/Talent Commentary
-Shock Reel/Trailers Sub Rosa Movies
-Original and Bonus Trailer
-Tour of the Shatter Dead House
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I Like Horror Movies
First, it is shot on tape as opposed to film. If you can get past this, still read on. The acting is bad, women unattractive, characters silly, story uninteresting. The little gore in this film is not worth it.
The main character is this woman who goes around fighting the undead and encounters many annoying, silly dressed characters along the way. There is never any suspense or any redeeming scenes where you can say "Bad movie, but I liked the part when..."
I feel really bad dumping on an independent film. But I feel even worse for anyone who, like myself, spent money on this.
DO NOT BUY ON PAIN OF DEATH!!!!!!!!!!
The dead refuse to stay alive, but instead of cannibalizing everyone, they try and finish off the living so everyone living will be just like them: rotting and living forever. Led by a wordy priest with a cool hat, the story of the dead revolves around Stark Raven who fights for her life and tries to find her way home through this mass of confusion.
At one point, just to give you a taste of how this movie works, we get a Howard Stern look-alike in tights who shoots a pregnant woman in the stomach and says, "He shoots, he scores!"
The bare bones of it: some parts are slow, the music annoying, and the acting cut-rate, but as a story--yes, a good story--this movie breaks new ground; Scooter was thinking on this one. If you're an indie film fan, this is a must, but otherwise, approach with caution.