have taken over the world - run slowly with your arms outstretched
going Arrggg! for the shopping mall hills...
heroes (Stephen Andrews (David Emge), Peter Washington (Ken Foree),
Roger DeMarco (Scott H. Reiniger) and Francine Parker (Gaylen Ross))
try to save themselves by taking over a shopping mall... but those
darn zombies are outside... Then a Hell's Angels chapter want to
Exploding Advisory throughout. Moments of bloody limb chewing, scars
(both ooze-bloody and scabby), scenes of zombie biting mouthful of
flesh off shoulders, intestines being pulled from body, Zombies being
shot in the head at close range by guns and head slicing off using
blades. 1970's fashions and hairstyles warning throughout the movie.
our panel of critics thought
that look of an episode of Charlie's Angels but without that nice
and comfortable sofa."
the Zombies run when we can't see them? It's the only explanation
how they can catch our heroes by surprise like they do."
nightmare. Loved the soda siphon in the face - I'll be adding a
slapstick element to my nightmares next time they pop up, as I'm
sure they will tonight... or in flashback form next time I go down
to the Mall."
nobody anywhere, no cars, nothing else in the skies, but our heroes
still manage to set their helicopter down on a helipad. 10 out of
10 for neatness if nothing else."
movie made me want to join the National Rifle Association, does
that make me a bad person?"
Please tell me the ending
Angels invade the shopping mall and a gun battle (2 vs about 300
kicks off). Our heroes seem to have no chance, yet the Hell's Angels
heroes (one less than at the beginning - don't worry he was only
the annoying one - shot after becoming a zombie) find their helicopter
and fly off into the sunset... Surely another 15 sequels are in
Dr Bravisimo-Encore II Movie Review
me start by saying that I have never found zombies scary in the
slightest, just very annoying - as annoying as a typical old person
in front of me in the queue at a typical supermarket. Sorry if that
has just scared you from going shopping... actually I'm not.
is a horribly eerie movie, not devastatingly nerve shatteringly
terrifying even if you are scared of zombies. There are some brutal
moments where zombies chew off limbs and look menacing... but why
be scared? Zombies are a slow motion threat at worst, you will be
able to see them coming a mile off, in spite of the fact that our
heroes seem to be constantly being surprised from behind...
of the zombies are truly ugly, never more so when the blood covers
their faces and they look, hungrily, into camera as if they want
to take a bite. They probably smell really badly too, thankfully
this wasn't the Smelly Vision version being reviewed. The good thing
with the casting is that, as they are all unknowns, it is impossible
to guess who is going to die before the final credits roll.
whipped them good."
there is no more room in hell the dead will walk the earth."
recently (2004) been remade. The original is a genuine classic of
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