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Apocalypse Of The Dead [DVD] [2009]

2.6 out of 5 stars 35 customer reviews

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  • Actors: Ken Foree
  • Directors: Milan Konjevic, Milan Todorovic
  • Format: PAL
  • Language: English, Serbian
  • Region: Region 2 (This DVD may not be viewable outside Europe. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Classification: 18
  • Studio: In2film
  • DVD Release Date: 8 Nov. 2010
  • Run Time: 96 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 2.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (35 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B0042LM99S
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 123,442 in DVD & Blu-ray (See Top 100 in DVD & Blu-ray)

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Transporting valuable human cargo of state prisoners across a hazardous war zone, a group of Interpol mercenaries headed by Agents Reyes and Milius are forced to make an unscheduled detour when they encounter the remnants of a catastrophic ecological disaster. Trapped in hazardous wasteland, miles from help and civilization, they find themselves beseiged by a vast army of rampaging, blood-thirsty mutants, ravenous creatures who will stop at nothing to devour every human in existence. As Reyes and Milius fight for their lives and to protect their precious cargo, they realize their only chance for escape is in joining forces with the treacherous criminals in their care. But these men have a past as deadly and terrifying as the monsters out for their blood.

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This would be a standard run of the mill zombie b-movie were it not for one man & that man is Ken Foree, who played Peter Washington in the original Dawn of the Dead. This means to us fans, he's the equivalent to zombie royalty. However, I'm not just giving him props for turning up. With his cool vibes & sheer presence, I think he lifts this movie to above average.

Apocalypse of the Dead is one of those zombie films filmed in Eastern Europe - mainly for tax & cost reasons. The result I always find is the same - the sets all tend to look the same plus the lighting always seem too dark. For me, I have two gripes with the movie. I mention the lighting as it is a real issue; virtually the whole movie seems poorly lit. The second is the soundtrack - I think there must have been some sync problems.

OK - gripes over. Picture a train carrying a top secret cargo. As normal, there is an accident & a toxic gas is leaked out into a nearby station. Enter zombie madness. There are a few cut scenes to the Serbian President as it seems that this is all part of some government cover up but this theme is not developed that much in the movie.

Ken Foree turns up as a super-cool Interpol agent working on a prisoner transfer. With just one day to retirement (isn't it always the way), he gets caught up the drama...

Throw in a religious nut, a zombie nun, having to shoot your partner, a girl with too few clothes & you got yourself a zombie movie.

The zombies themselves are well-done & seem to be a mix of fast & slow - something for everyone There is even a sneaky joke in there about shopping centres for hardcore fans.

All in all, entertaining low budget horror not to be judged to harshly. The savage reviews on here are too much, these fans should bow to an actor who deserves our respect - Mr Ken Foree.
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Just finished this on Lovefilm as I trawl through as much zombie film nommage as inhumanly possible.

Apocalypse of the Dead sets its stock early on with the amateurish artwork on the intro credits. I have seen sturdier houses of cards compared to this plot but hey, who watches a zombie movie to obtain philosophy and life-changing insights.

The film is pointlessly dubbed in places so I can't begin to imagine how awful the actors originally sounded. There are pointless fill scenes and some very sketchy acting and a quite quite awful script.

But there is plenty of action and the film doesn't waste any time in getting to it. The camera work is very shaky for the action scenes and I found myself getting a bit motion-sick in places finding the whole thing a little hard to follow. You get the full impression of what's going on though, and for the zombie-flick lover there is plenty of the good stuff (even if the zombies do move like elastic bands).

I would recommend you rented this instead of buying the DVD where possible, as I can't imagine you'd want (or need) to watch this more than once.
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I watched this not expecting much (I've seen plenty of zombie flicks with similar covers and been disappointed e.g Zombie diaries).

This was an good zombie flick from serbia, it does not take itself too seriously and gets on with the zombie action. The plot was wafer thin with many pointless scenes like going down to fix the generator to fix the electric to the PC and then it never worked anyway. I guess we need some excuses for some dumbass characters to be eaten up by the zombies.

To me, this film reminded me of a zombie game you would play on your console - some scenes are like cut scenes from a game with some bad dubbing going on. Why some actors were dubbed is strange as they are all speaking English anyway. The Professor was dreadful and he wasn't dubbed. The Apocolpyse character voice over had me in hysterics as the voice did not fit the actors motions!!

Ken Foree keeps it together along with Kristina Clebb so there are some good acting amoung the crap. There are a few nods to the original zombie flick "Dawn of the Dead" as Ken was in this film. "Maybe we should find a mall?"!

It's not a great film and lets be honest most zombie films aren't but if you just love to watch zombie films then you will want to see this for the gore. There is also a scene after the credits roll if you want to know what happens to the annoying dumbass reporter.
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This is a good attempt from Eastern Europe at a Zombie film that does not take itself seriously and has Ken Foree as the main character. The plot was thin in places and had the usually references about going down in dark places, but had agood twist on it. The acting was fine and plenty of blood and guts, however it did suffer from poor dubbing in places and two speed Zombies. Either super slow or very fast. However if a Zombie Apocalypse is around the corner I want Ken Foree in my corner as this gut never gets bitten even when surrounded by a couple of hundred Zombies.
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IM gunna assume that like me your a big fan of zombie films. If your like me then youv seen them all and you know just how dreadfull the acting and camera work can be
This film however gave me a shock. The acting is pretty damn good tbh. A few in particular really stand out among the rest. THough there are one or 2 shady performances i garuntee you that youv seen worse. (zombie diaries anyone?)
Another surprise was the make up and sound effects, it does look to a high standard. Not quite romero but its pretty damn close.
i wont bother making a comment on the story as we all know what zombie movies involve plot wise.

8/10 zombie movies id recomend torrenting but this ones worth the buy imo. One of the best ive seen in a long time.
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