I Survived a Zombie Holocaust
From the land of early Peter Jackson comes another Braindead movie in bad taste. It’s the third day of shooting the low budget horror ‘Tonight They Come’ on location in the wilds of New Zealand. Director SMP is already beside himself having to work with a self-obsessed leading man and a bimbo actress when into his line of fire comes a new runner, wannabe screenwriter Wesley Pennington. Clearly an accident-prone nerd, Wesley nevertheless tries his best to fit in with the crazed cast and demented crew while falling head over heels for Susan, the set caterer. But something nasty has entered the local water supply and suddenly the zombie extras start acting like genuine members of the living dead, gore stunts looks even more authentic and actual severed limbs fly. Reel life turns real as Wesley attempts to save the day while ensuring his latest script will get made.
A young runner, on a Zombie film set, has the first day from hell when real Zombies overrun the set. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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(ru) wrote: Loved it !!! Maz brings the laughs from beginning to end, but is not the only solid actor in the movie either (good performances all around). Really enjoyed it.
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(it) wrote: Insights and reminiscences of cheap movies made for a specific clientele - with or without a movie rating. This documentary is a B-movie heaven explaining how they were often filmed (& shot up) in the Philippines. These were predecessor flicks for Predator, Jaws, Rambo, Terminator, Indiana Jones, Foxy Brown, Star Wars, & Buffy tVS; among others, these drive-in and direct-to-video films had action, strong (& often topless) women, and always great titles.
(de) wrote: This movie takes place in one park, and although sort of interesting, it's still a horrible movie. It's just a poor mans Leonardo Dicaprio making hundreds of phone calls and Stanley from the kids show "That's so Raven" playing an annoying kid talking to a criminal. It's just so repetitive and predictable I'm surprised I didn't turn it off. The acting was OK, some people did good, some did bad. Even though it sounds kinda like an action movie, it's not. Besides two or three people getting shot, there is no action at all. Overall, its really bad, but if you're looking for cheesy entertainment, it might be for you. Everyone else, don't watch it.
(nl) wrote: Op Sziget gezien. Lekker anders, maar niet per se goed...
(es) wrote: A standard Sicilian wiseguys' narrative packaged in a firearms mafia background and a very superficial attempt at that.Yuri Orlov (Nicolas Cage) gets fascinated with gun business (rather unconvincingly) when he witnesses a mafia hit in his neighbourhood. Convinced that illegal international gun trade is the way to go after a failed attempt to go legal, he partners with his brother Vitaly Orlov (Jared Leto) and embarks on a country hopping mission to arm every warlord he could contact with. Along the journey, he marries his high school sweetheart Ava Fontaine (Bridget Moynahan), gets his brother addicted to cocaine, gets a righteous ATF officer Jack Valentine (Ethen Hawke) on his tail and keeps fighting his consciousness. Being a smooth operator he greases enough palms to stay ahead of the pursuit and competition, what happens when it gets personal is the rest of the story.While it is an interesting view of how the illegal international gun trade is run, what affects the overall experience is the lack of clarity. The director doesn't seem to make up his mind whether to present it as a biopic, a documentary or as a work of fiction - leaving it inconsistent and underdeveloped. Apart from the presentation, even the core script seems to be confused whether it should be a dark comedy, a satire or an honest serious view of the gun trade. Also there isn't enough research to surprise the viewer with facts that they wouldn't know of already - considering it was attempting the documentary approach for a moment. With its runtime over 2 hours, I remember looking at the clock quite a few times, however the pace picks up in the third act of the movie even though it walks a very familiar path. Nicolas Cage gives a decent performance as the smooth talking bootlegger and the rest of the cast does their best rallying around this weak script. Lack of clarity in terms of presentation, a very weak and superficial script does not do justice to a very sensitive and timely subject.
(gb) wrote: It doesn't matter how many times I've watched this flick.....it makes me laugh hysterically EVERY time!!!
(it) wrote: Phenomenal. My favorite documentary, by far.
(jp) wrote: A group of teens decide to spend Halloween night in an old abandoned funeral home that's supposed to be haunted. Well, the building is haunted and the teens one by one become possessed by demons and kill each other off. All except for the one good girl of the group who is our heroine of the film. The acting and writing isn't all that great and the direction is a far cry from being anywhere as creative or inventive as Sam Raimi. However, the film does have some nice old school practical special effects, which I always think look better on screen than CGI special effects. Also, (SPOILER ALERT!) I'll give the film credit that the film's good girl heroine is aided by her black male teen friend, which bucks the usual trend of horror films of the 80s that typically killed off supporting minority characters early in the story, let along allow them to be heroes who save the day. Overall, this one isn't a classic, but it's worth watching for 80s horror nostalgia value. Scream Queen Linnea Quigley is the only major actress in the film.
(jp) wrote: Watching this movie again and again since my childhood and never get bored
(kr) wrote: I need to watch it again