Dead Meat

Dead Meat

Helena and Martins vacation to Ireland quickly transforms into a nightmare as a virus which turns humans into flesh-eating zombies is starting to spread.

An infection spreads from slaughtered animals to humans, which causes the dead to rise and feed on the living. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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James H (ag) wrote: I saw The Happy Lands last night at The Gala Cinema Durham, along with my 18-year-old daughter, Iona. I loved it and she liked it a lot, although it's far from her usual fare. I grew up in Lumphinnans (which is between Cowdenbeath and Lochgelly) and laughed when I saw the name Cowdengelly, because that's the joke word we as kids used to use for the area. In fact for a short time when I was 4, my Mum and Dad rented a room in the original Happylands (the name of a real area of a few streets) in Lochgelly. I loved the film. I thought it was 100% true to the people I grew up with in the 50s and 60s, many of whom had lived through 1926. The whole community can be proud of this film and so can the film-makers. Together they've made one of the best films of its kind I've seen in a 40-year career in television and the media. I'm naturally inclined to favour this kind of film anyway, but sometimes they can be a bit too agit-prop and worthy. Not in this case. The heart of the film is the people and the power of their mutual support and kindredship/comradeship. It's a community's work of cinematic art. Wish I'd been there! Look at The Happy Lands website, look out for screenings near where you are, and if none are scheduled, ask your local cinema or other venues to show it.a post from Robert Duncan

Rachael F (au) wrote: This was a good movie but it could have been a liitle better

Kristina D (jp) wrote: I loved that movie... Cant wait to see This is It.....

Thas J (de) wrote: Comdia romntica fofa com o Jackie.

Conor D (mx) wrote: Amazing Dark Comedy, with a superb cast.

Dan R (de) wrote: Passable Hackers knock-off.

Ashley H (nl) wrote: Ghosts of Mississippi is a pretty good film. It is about the widow of murdered civil rights leader Medger Evers and a district attorney who struggle to finally bring the murderer to justice. Alec Baldwin and Whoopi Goldberg give solid performances. The script is good but is a little slow in some places. Rob Reiner did a decent job directing this movie. I like this motion picture because of the drama.

Aletta W (de) wrote: DB was my godfather and Kenneth More does a brilliant job of portraying him.

Jean T (it) wrote: I'm watching it right now as part ofa double feature with "The Robe". Loving every minute of it!

Gareth D (jp) wrote: It's fine. Workable twists and a satisfactory ending. Don't know why it divides people. Maybe it's an IQ test.

Kevin R (kr) wrote: I lost my hammer. Use mine.Brandon gets some friends to reluctantly watch him do an Ouija board session with a consistent spirit he's in contact with, David. The attempt doesn't go well as they encounter a different spirit. A girl within the group, Linda Brewster, becomes infatuated by the spirit, takes the Ouija board, and stays in regular contact with David. Her life is quickly flipped upside down leading her friends to try and save her. The spirit will attack the friends wherever they are."I didn't know that you had more than one brain cell."Kevin Tenney, director of Night of the Demons, Pinocchio's Revenge, Witchboard 2, Arrival II, Peacemaker, Endangered Species, and Brain Dead, delivers Witchboard. The storyline for this picture was very clich, awkward, and clumsy. The acting was terrible and the horror elements were very inconsistent."I see danger ahead."I came across this on cable this past Halloween and decided to DVR it. This was very mediocre, clich, and not scary at all. This film has little going for it and doesn't add much to the genre. I recommend skipping this."David, is that you?"Grade: D