Land of the Dead

Land of the Dead

The world is full of zombies and the survivors have barricaded themselves inside a walled city to keep out the living dead. As the wealthy hide out in skyscrapers and chaos rules the streets, the rest of the survivors must find a way to stop the evolving zombies from breaking into the city.

In a world where zombies form the majority of the population, the remaining humans build a feudal society away from the undead. But all's not well where it's most safe, as a revolution plans to overthrow the city leadership, and the zombies are turning into more advanced creatures. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Willie J (jp) wrote: Like most movies of its genre,this movie is predictable.But a charming performance by Grace and the rest of the cast makes this movie rather cute.But the screenplay wasn't good so the acting,while charming and bearable,wasn't strong enough to get past its nearly unfunny script.

Nonya B (ru) wrote: Wow, I was blown away by this movie--one I'd never heard of before. I saw it listed somewhere on "best cult horror flix" and so I'm glad I watched it. There were no cookie-cutter characters or plot devices. It was all fresh and nail-biting. Dee Snyder was a revelation as was the rest of the cast and the ending was a shocker. This movie should have received much more exposure than it did. My only criticism was the actor who played the detective whose daughter was slaughtered. At times, he seemed to be moving in a trance, or was half-asleep, and didn't come across as a dynamic character out to avenge his daughter's death. The mutilation scenes--although done mostly by suggestion--were still hard to watch. By the way, the box cover art shows a face that looks strangely like Michael Jackson. Wish there were more movies by Dee Snyder.

Tanja N (us) wrote: Absolutely my favourite film when I was a teenager.

Gavin P (jp) wrote: Huge Western, following multiple characters over different periods of their lives - but I like the way most of the 3-4 sections are somehow linked. As a Western in the 60's, I fell like it needed more John Wayne! It's long, but there's about 15min of prelude music & intermission and the 3-camera-split-screen is sometimes obvious & annoying, but mostly unnoticeable. Some great set-pieces - the buffalo stampede, the rapids, the literal Cowboys vs Indians... Definitely one of the more enjoyable Westerns.

No O (nl) wrote: Promising premise, but eventually disappointing.

Jocey D (kr) wrote: Strange arrangements make for strange bedfellows.