"When there is no more room in hell, the dead will
walk the Earth"
Haunting words from the old 1978 movie. The movie starts
out as a normal day for Ana who is a nurse. She goes home
to her husband, they do "things" (and by things
I mean naked things. KIDS MUST LEAVE THE ROOM PLEASE!),
and her day pretty much ends that way. No way of knowing
there are zombies around. Then suddenly its morning and
her hubby wakes up to see the neighbors little girl standing
in the hallway. Not knowing how she got there and what
was really wrong with her, he saw her wounds and ran to
her to see whether or not she was alright. Of course,
like any other flesh hungry, she bites
him in the jugular vein and he dies soon afterwards. He
then reawakens as a
zombie and Ana runs to the bathroom, jumps out the window,
and the story
pretty much gets more interesting from there.
She later meets up with police officer named Kenneth
and from there
they meet up with other survivors who are headed to the
mall for refuge
where they met up with even more survivors.
I actually thought there wasn't any movie scary and gory
enough to even
make me cringe but this one actually made me grip my pillow.
First of all,
the zombies run. Imagine being chased by something that
slowing down since leg cramps aren't a problem. That's
pretty scary. Second of
all, the gory parts were actually thought out. There were
ruined by chainsaws and zombies getting impaled. Sure,
this was a remake of
Romero's Dawn of the Dead but its entirely different (kudos
for thinking it up in the first place =D).
This is a movie for all you blood thirsty, gore-lovers
since there is a
heck of a lot of it. And for those of you who decide to
buy or rent it, be
sure to watch the credits (you're missing a lot if you
do) and the bonus