Survival Of The Dead

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The Soapmaker
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Post by The Soapmaker » Tue Nov 03, 2009 12:05 am

You expect a bit more from Romero, some intelligence, some social commentary, some kind of message. The thing about trying to teach the zombies to eat something other than human flesh was stupid, what would be the point?

And why bother with the "twins" subplot? Just another silly movie cliche, and in this case totally irrelevant.

But...... I really enjoyed it as a dumb, funny zombie movie. No complaints on that level. Better than Diary, certainly better than Land.

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Post by ZombieCommand » Sat Nov 21, 2009 5:32 pm

nekro wrote:better than diary, better than land, better than day(perhaps). it was really slick, some really inventive killings and great effects. story was ok, kept me entertained
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Post by Loup-garou » Fri Nov 27, 2009 1:17 am

George gives us Big Country with zombies, and as a fan of both zombies and westerns I loved it. Doesn't come close to Night/Dawn/Day but then few horror films do

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