Movie: #Zombies George A Romero – Survival of the Dead

My Take:

  • Filmed entirely in Canada, I therefore blame them.
  • Leave it to the Irish of Delaware to clean things up!
  • Alternate title: Darby O’Gill and the Zombie People or The Hatfields and the O’Flynns
  • “Dead Heads”
  • “There’s not another bitch in this litter.”
  • Zomkabobs on a schtick!
  • Great Catch Zombie
  • Explosive Zombie
  • Still smoking…
  • Ghost Rider Zombie (aka Bic Zombie)
  • Mailman Zombie
  • Spiteful Zombie
  • Zombie Jim
  • Zombie Duel

Not my favorite of all the movies but not as horrible as I thought it would be.  I give it a C+.

Did you see the movie?  Did you like or hate it?  Let me know in the comments below!

 

IMDB Synopsis: On an island off the coast of North America, local residents simultaneously fight a zombie epidemic while hoping for a cure to return their un-dead relatives back to their human state.

Starring:

 

Trailer:

Additional Movie Info:

It received a Rotten Tomatoes review of 29% Rotten.  It received a Rotten Tomato audience rating of 19% liking it.  Average Rating: 2.4/5 with a number of User Ratings: 7,882.

Movie Reviews:

Specs:

It had an estimated budget of $4M.  It has a 90 minute run time. Release date: 6 May 2010.

Additional IMDB Trivia:

  • This was the least successful film in George A. Romero‘s Dead films series.
  • The cast are almost all Canadian, the exception being Julian Richings who is from London, England. The movie was shot entirely in Canada.
  • The very same horse seen in this film is featured in the pilot of The Walking Dead (2010).
  • The Hearn Generating Station of Toronto’s Unwin Ave. (the coal-fired power plant seen in the background of a few scenes) was in one other zombie film, the television film Goosebumps: Welcome to Dead House.

 

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