The Dead Next Door

The Dead Next Door

The government sets up a zombie squad after an epidemic has made the world run rampant with living corpses. The team head off to Ohio to try and find a cure but soon run into a crazy cult of zombie lovers who are set on preserving the walking dead as they believe it's God's will.

The government sets up a Zombie squad after an epidemic has made the world run rampant with living corpses. Raimi, Mercer, Kuller, and others head off to Ohio to try and find a cure to the ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Alan C (it) wrote: Great boats great bike oh and great cars too!

Wes T (mx) wrote: Get On Up is entertaining and just might make you break out in a cold sweat.

Matt G (ru) wrote: Everyone should see this film. Not about Metallica at all, a nice kid with autism trying to live his dream.

clark k (mx) wrote: life in live!!!!!come join us!!!!

Spencer M (ag) wrote: Very good movie. If you don't pay attention or have any interest with horror movies, then you should not watch this movie. James Wan did it again.

Jenny P (ag) wrote: Seen many similar to this.

Kevin S (gb) wrote: Brian and Charlie work for a gangster and when they decide to go straight and keep their bosses money they get chased by two dangerous gangs and thats when they enter a convent and dress up as nuns to hide from them. You get quite a few laughs between Eric Idle and Robie Coltrane. This is a funny movie even though I think the acting ain't quite that great in some areas. The whole idea of them trying to be nuns and act like women was a fun idea and really comical at times. Not to mention it was acted out well by two guys who can prove they are really funny. This is worth the watch if you have not seen it yet. It proves you dont need a bunch of big star actors to make a great comedy.

gary t (nl) wrote: wow umn just seen this movie 4 the 1st time n think that this is a good movie 2 watch.....its got a good cast of actors/actressess throughout this movie.....i think that sung li, sessue hayakawa, phyllis morris, howard chuman, mark keuning, patric knowles, florence desmond, claudette colbert, alex frazer play good roles/parts throughout this movie....i think that the director of this drama movie had done a good job of directing this movie because you never know what 2 expect throughout this movie i think that this is a really powerful drama movie 2 watch its a really sad movie but its got a good cast throughout this movie n its a really touching movie 2 watch with a good cast throughout this movie

Brett W (ru) wrote: Okay, so I saw that a remake was coming out. By default, I have to see the original first, so I held off on going to see this new one with Katie Holmes. So the other night, I pop in this old 1973 made for TV movie--and blindly stumble into a masterpiece of terror. This is easily the scariest television production of all time. I was able to take myself back to being a child in 1973, staying up too late watching late night TV in the dark...or better yet, the film took me there. I understand that a lot of the younger viewers might not "get" this, so to speak, with the 70's TV special effects, which is a crying shame.I was so amazed by this, I had to see the remake the next day. The closest cinema still playing it, as I had waited too long, was in Asheville...so I went to Asheville to see it! As expected, it was a big'ol CGI-fest...but remake aside, the point of that is that this movie is genuinely THAT good!

Silvestre S (nl) wrote: Saw II is movie that is not bad film but not even close to good with its stupid decisions of characters such as placing both hands so they can both be trapped,cutting of back pieces of neck without even looking in a mirror,looking through a door so they can get their eye shot and its overuse of rage and how desperate the writer wants to show us the characters will do anything just cause their desperate cliche,Saw II loses almost all of its great premise and action of the first film

Sarah W (ru) wrote: Having watched this movie after a 12 hour journey and a little hungover from my holiday this movie had the right tempo. Personally, I love Wes Anderson movies so the style, echoed by Glanz, piqued my interest early on. Jason Bateman's character only adding to the charm, I found the emotions portrayed throughout the film complex in their simplicity and refreshing; sometimes tantrums and overt breakdowns are annoying at best, not believable at worst. The style reflects the characters and point of the film in a clever way, it is deliberate, leisurely and elegant... chic, dare I say it. All in all, the perfect film for the right time. I look forward to seeing more of Peter Glanz's work.

Brandon W (de) wrote: For You Don't Mess with the Zohan, I honestly wanted to see it because Judd Apatow is one of the co-writers, and the premise does seem to be different from any of the films that Adam Sandler had done. So with that said, You Don't Mess with the Zohan is a good movie that I was a bit disappointed that it could've been better. The over-the-top jokes are pretty funny which I like to see more of that in more Adam Sandler films instead of his usual mean-spirited shtick. The plot is ridiculous, but it fits well to the movie, even though there are some plot points that are basically an excuse to make the movie go longer. The chemistry between Adam Sandler and Emmanuelle Chriqui is decent, and it has an interesting and a bit funny way of showing that the main character has fallen in love. The movie does play the same jokes at times which still gave me chuckles, but it got a bit tiring. It's a little too long for its own good, and some jokes are a misfire, especially Rob Schneider's scenes. I honestly expected to not like You Don't Mess with the Zohan, but I'm glad that I didn't and liked it for what it is.