Day of the Dead

Day of the Dead

DVD - 2004
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In this third and final shocker in the legenday trilogy from writer/director George A. Romero, a nightmarish, flesh-eating army of walking corpses rules the Earth, while a small band of scientists desperately tries to domesticate them.


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Dec 28, 2017

Really bad: poor plot, annoying characters, bad special effects ...

Sep 16, 2015

I am surprised at the advances of graphical violence. The guts spilling out all over the place looked more like a high school horror house set-up. I guess it might be that the market for that stuff drives a high price. The mad scientist seemed realistic. The head of a slain soldier hooked up to electrodes may have been futuristic at that time. The music was really annoying. I kept waiting for John Travolta to jump out and start dancing to 'Staying Alive'. And Bubba--you rocked dude!!!

Mocha6ft3 Jun 19, 2012

"Were hopelessly out numbered!!!I" The actor playing the doctor is my favorite character in this film. I bought this movie because of George Romero. I have the other two, "Night of the living Dead" and Dawn of the Dead". Although i felt this movie was not that scary i still enjoyed it. I did like the characters and the story even though it was silly at times. This film contains all around sound and it should be watched on your HOMETHEATER! Like the second film, there are just a few scenes that are classic when it comes to gore. Unfortunately, this is the weakess one of the three. I give this movie 3 stars. Decent visual effects, decent story, silly, but likeable characters, and decent sound. Two large Wendy's burgers with baked potatoes, fries, and a shake.

Nov 17, 2011

this isnt the 2004 version


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