Diary of the Dead Special Edition Limited Steelcase [Reino Unido] [DVD]
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Descripción del producto
Zombie horror movie directed by George A. Romero. Film student Jason *(Joshua Close) and his crew are shooting a mummy movie in the Pennsylvania woods when news reports begin pouring in about the dead rising from their graves. Cast member Ridley *(Phillip Riccio) reacts to the news by abandoning the group and retreating to his family's fortified mansion halfway across the state,* while the remaining cast and crew are forced to fight for their lives despite having no weapons and only an old Winnebago in which to seek shelter. The group soon realise that there is no escape from the plague of the living dead.
Detalles del producto
- Relación de aspecto : 1.85:1
- Descatalogado por el fabricante : No
- Clasificado : Desconocido
- Dimensiones del paquete : 21 x 20.6 x 5.2 cm; 281.23 gramos
- Número de modelo del producto : 5055201801609
- Formato multimedia : Edición limitada, Importación, Adulto
- Actores : Joshua Close
- Estudio : Optimum Home Ent
- ASIN : B001563I0M
- País de origen : Reino Unido
- Número de discos : 2
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The film is quite relaxed in pace, but not slow. However the script and acting are hit and miss [lose a *], the situations false as they drive into empty towns [lose a *] and the psycho babble self analysis they continually sprout becomes irritating [lose a *]. It only gets into gear about halfway through but by then you don’t really care what happens.
The single disc opens to 3 film trailers before going to a novel main menu offering play, extras [2 interviews], scene selection and set up [English subtitles on/off, audio 2.0/5.1, and commentary]. I was expecting more from this but after a promising start soon tired of it and the meeting with Samuel, the Amish guy, was just bizarre. I’d like to give more but the stupid situations and decisions are too many to overlook and the characters just annoyed but the last 20 minutes does regain a *, making this an average ***
It's great to watch the master George A Romero return to the subject... even though the end result is disappointing.
The "mockumentary" horror/sci fi theme has been done much better before, and if someone wants to do it again for the 10000th time, they'd better do it well. Sadly, Romero didn't.
The premise is great, but the script is poor and the acting is even worse - stiff and amateurish. Hell, if a friend of yours unexpectedly shot themselves in the head wouldn't you scream in shock/despair? None of the act or scrit has any real human emotion or realism - NOT a major fault in most budget horror films, but i personally felt a "realistic" zombie film like this need it!
The final result is that you don't feel that drawn to the characters or story, and more than once you'll think "come on! I cant believe this person didnt do this etc etc...".
Having said that: I love the apocalyptic & claustrophobic nature of a good zombie film, so in the end it was worth watching.
Interesting his attempt to take zombie stuff and make it more contemporary through the use of digital and web, but this is not enough to make it a worth watching film. Zombie movies, if not well scripted and directed (like Night of Living Dead, 28 days later or Shawn of the Dead) can be very boring