Daniel agrees to lead Brian to the nearest airport, a day's drive away, in exchange for his truck upon arrival for Daniel to use to find his son. This documentary shows a lot of good insights and views on the genre and on how influenced on the world and society around us. And get his ex back. One minute it's a comedy, then it's a drama and then it's a full blown horror. The humour comes thick and fast, never have I laughed so consistantly during any film before, it only pauses briefly for a few dramatic scenes, all of which work surprisingly well. So what's it really about? Daniel gets fuel for the truck and the two agree it would be best to stick together. It doesn't deliver perfect acting, but it isn't terrible to watch either.
If you don't, then I really am sorry for you as this is about the most fun I have had in the cinema since Kill Bill. I urge you to watch the film and decide for yourself if you love it or hate it. Daniel agrees to lead Brian to the nearest airport, a day's drive away, in exchange for his truck upon arrival for Daniel to use to find his son. Even with these minor flaws, I feel The Dead was a welcome change in the zombie genre and I would recommend it to any zombie fan. Synopsis Shaun doesn't have a very good day, so he decides to turn his life around by getting his ex to take him back, but he times it for right in the middle of what may be a zombie apocalypse. This is a wonderfully entertaining and informative documentary about the literary and historical evolution of the zombie from a folk lore creature to it's current pop-culture status.
Shaun doesn't have a very good day, so he decides to turn his life around by getting his ex to take him back, but he times it for right in the middle of what may be a zombie apocalypse. Daniel gets fuel for the truck and the two agree it would be best to stick together. Go watch it, you'll laugh till it hurts! Here we come face to face with people such as George Romero, Bruce Campbell, Robert Kirkman, Greg Nicotero, Simon Pegg, Tom Savini, etc. All he has to do is survive. It's truly graphic and nauseating.
The threat of slow zombies always shambling towards the main characters gave me that freaky feeling only Romero delivered. Not even news flashes can get through to Shaun, as in an incredibly hysterical scene he channel surfs rapidly, every station finishing the sentence of the one before and giving everyone but the oblivious Shaun the grim news of what is happening in the world. The movie's premise, although very promising, fails to deliver. All he has to do is survive. So if you're looking to be educated in zombie lore through the ages and from around the globe. But for him, it's an opportunity to show everyone he knows how useful he is by saving them all.
His co-workers have no respect for him, his uptight stepfather is on his back and his beloved girlfriend Liz has had enough of his laziness and inconsideration. The night before, a zombie horde attacked many villages in that area. And get his ex back. However, if you are not completely into this genre then perhaps skip this one. And get his ex back.
It's a lower-budget feature, and some of the acting is a bit flat, but this is a movie that does a lot with a little. I had the pleasure of meeting Judith O'Dea a few years ago at a zombie festival in my small hometown where I was working security. All he has to do is survive. Finally, the story, although very traditional in the zombie movie landscape does not offer anything new, exciting or even unique to the genre. Synopsis Lieutenant Brian Murphy, is the sole survivor of the final plane out of Africa, which crashes somewhere off the coast of West Africa. Zombies are a pop culture phenomena, and that is a given. And with good reason, because they are unique in their very own way.
The makeup and movement of the zombies are very traditional and one of the few highlights of the movie. We also get interviews and personal opinions from many influential people in the zombie genre, such as directors, writers, producers, actors, etc. But if you do get it, then good for you, because there is a lot of great stuff to be seen here. At the airport, Brian attempts radioing for help using the air traffic tower's radio, but he receives no response. The setting, although beautiful, does not really add to the overall ambiance.
Of course, I didn't think I could go very far wrong with a film that George Romero himself said he enjoyed. . You'll just know if the film's for you when you see it. The 2 lead stars of the movie Rob Freeman and Prince David Oseia are likable enough characters, each with their own quest ahead of them. They are not trying to solve the mystery of the outbreak, which makes it a simple, but very entertaining piece of film.