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Dawn of the Dead

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"Running away won't save you here."
4 stars"

When I first heard about this remake, my first thought was, why? The original is brilliant. I went to see it at the movies and was determined not to like it, but, you know what? This is a fantastic film. I don't even see it as a remake, more of a companion piece to the original, a group of different people caught in the same situation, and making the same decision to hold up in a shopping mall.

The story is really good, actually very different to the original and the characters are very believable. But the one thing all good zombie films need is gore, and there is no lack of that here. From explosive head shots to graphic zombie biting, the gore effects are excellent, as are the other effects in the film. I know a lot of people didn't like the fact that the zombies can run here, but I really like the idea of “fresh” zombies being able to run , it makes them even more menacing.

Overall, one of the better true walking dead films of recent years and a must for every horror fan.

Description

When there's no more room in hell, the dead will walk the earth.

Why it started…where it started - NOT KNOWN. Whatever happened, however it started, overnight, the world has become a living nightmare of surreal proportions, with the planet’s population hit by an inexplicable, unfathomable and lethal plague - and the dead aren’t staying dead. Corpses yearning for their next meal are now stalking the few remaining survivors, driven by their insatiable hunger to feed upon the flesh of the living.

After a terrifying escape from her suburban Wisconsin home on the morning after, Ana Clark (Sarah Polley) runs into a small group of the still-living, including a stoic police officer, Kenneth (Ving Rhames); Michael, an unassuming electronics salesman (Jake Weber); a street-round Andre (Mekhi Phifer) and his pregnant wife. This ragtag group seeks refuge in a fortress of the late 20th century - an abandoned, upscale suburban mall.

As the world outside grows more hellish, as the ever-increasing army of decomposing zombies tirelessly strive to infiltrate the mall, the survivors battle the undead, each other and their own fears and suspicions. Sealed off from the rest of what used to be the world, the mall’s inhabitants must learn to co-exist with each other and use every available resource in their fight to remain alive, and more importantly, human.

Special Features:
  • Feature Commentary With Director Zack Snyder And Producer Eric Newman
  • The Lost Tape - Andy's Terrifying Last Days Revealed!
  • Special Bulletin - Discusses All Of The Implications Of The Zombie Crisis Just Before The World Collapses
  • Undead Scenes - A Collection Of The Deleted / Alternate Scenes From The Film With Special Commentary By Zack Snyder
  • Raising The Dead - An In-Depth Look At The Make-Up And Prosthetics Designed For The Film
  • Attack Of The Living Dead - An Up-Close Look At The Conceptualisation, Pre-Production and Execution Of Several Of The Films Most Memorable Zombie Kills
  • Splitting Heads - Anatomy Of Exploding Heads - The Gory Details On How The Filmmakers Make The Head-Kills in The Film Look So Believable
  • Surviving The Dawn - A Documentary That Tells The Exciting Story Of The Film
Re-released on
October 4th, 2006
Movie Format
  • DVD
DVD Region
  • Region 4
Edition
  • Standard Edition
Aspect Ratio
  • 1.78 : 1
Character
Director
Language
English
Supported Audio
  • Dolby Digital Surround 5.1
Genre
  • Horror
Box Dimensions (mm)
135x190x14
UPC
5050582255683
Product ID
1467079

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