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Rise of the Flesh Eaters - Zombie Boxset [DVD]


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  • Actors: Jessica Barton, Hollie Winnard, Lyanna Tumaneng, Sean Harriman, Anthony Headen
  • Directors: Jason Murphy, Jake Kennedy, Michael Bartlett, Kevin Gates
  • Producers: Tom Eplin, Jason Murphy, Michael Bartlett, Kevin Gates, Anthony Steven Giordano
  • Format: Box set, PAL
  • Region: Region 2 (This DVD may not be viewable outside Europe. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 16:9 - 1.78:1
  • Number of discs: 3
  • Classification: 18
  • Studio: Revolver Entertainment
  • DVD Release Date: 20 Oct. 2008
  • Run Time: 255 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 3.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (3 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B001FA5QDK
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 55,022 in DVD & Blu-ray (See Top 100 in DVD & Blu-ray)

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RISE OF THE FLESHEATERS ZOMBIE BOX SET. Featuring - The Zombie Diaries, Days of Darkness, Zombies Zombies Zombies. A TASTY THREE-COURSE FEAST OF FEAR FOR HORROR FANS Unquestionably the ultimate DVD collection for horror fans and trick- or-treaters this Halloween, the three-disc RISE OF THE FLESHEATERS ZOMBIE BOX SET arrives just in time for All Hallows Eve and unleashes a terrifying triple bill of undead mayhem in the form of three of the most original, inventive and fun zombie movies in recent memory. A tasty three-course feast for flesheaters everywhere, the box set includes the critically acclaimed Brit horror THE ZOMBIE DIARIES, Jake Kennedy s apocalyptic DAYS OF DARKNESS and crowdpleasing horror-comedy, ZOMBIES, ZOMBIES, ZOMBIES. Hailed as the best UK horror film of the year by Gorezone magazine and as the most realistic zombie film ever made by Twitchfilm.com, THE ZOMBIE DIARIES presents a horrific cinéma vérité view of a dystopian world in which a viral plague is causing the dead to rise. The chilling reality of what is happening is documented in three separate video diaries that reveal in graphic and uncompromising detail, the true horror of a modern-day zombie apocalypse as it engulfs the UK. Dark and frighteningly real, THE ZOMBIE DIARIES is a genuine shocker that haunts the memory long after the credits have rolled. A hit at LA s Screamfest in 2007, DAYS OF DARKNESS, the debut directorial feature from British ex-pat Jake Kennedy (Fangoria: Blood Drive II), is an inventive, entertaining and very gory hybrid of alien bodysnatcher movie and good old zombie flick. The plot concerns a disparate group of people - mysteriously unaffected by a killer extraterrestrial bug that has infected humanity - holed up in a remote compound under siege from a horde of undead human flesheaters intent on feeding on the last of the living. As night falls, the small group of human survivors some sick, some dying and some slowly going mad must overcome their differences and band together to fend off the grisly man-eaters in a last stand between the living and the dead. A hilariously titillating gorefest of terror, the horror-comedy ZOMBIES, ZOMBIES, ZOMBIES pitches a small group of strippers against a ravenous bunch of flesheaters who are descending upon The Grindhouse Strip Club in search of more than just a lap dance. Armed with just a rifle, a chainsaw, some gardening tools and their wits, the girls prepare to do whatever it takes to make sure they stay off the club s menu. Combining 1970s exploitation excesses with the gratuitous blood and gore stylings of schlockmeister Herschell Gordon Lewis (Gore Gore Girls; Blood Feast; Two Thousand Maniacs) by way of Russ Meyer (Motor Psycho; Faster Pussycat! Kill! Kill!; Vixen!), ZOMBIES, ZOMBIES, ZOMBIES is a welcome slice of B-Movie Heaven.

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9 of 10 people found the following review helpful By Stijn Anthoni on 30 Nov. 2009
I read the other review here in which they stated this was a good box.. I beg to differ. I knew that this wouldn't be top notch productions like 28 Days Later or any Romero flick, but still.. Days of Darkness has the most ridiculous plot I've ever seen in a movie. The Zombie Diaries was downright horrendous and Zombies Zombies Zombies is aimed at 15 year old kids who can gaze at the character's breasts flashed repeatedly and mildly erotic scenes under the pretence of "watching a zombie movie".

All in all a collection of really bad zombie movies, but I have to admit they made me laugh at some point (which only 1 movie was meant to do), so that deserves a star :)
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Arrived in time for Christmas. A bit too early to report on the product but I'm sure it will be okay. Many thanks.
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6 of 11 people found the following review helpful By T. Reid on 19 July 2009
This is a great boxset for those who like a bit of zombie cheese. Days of Darkness is an excellent film, good entertainment value and just that little spice of originality. The Zombie Diaries is good for those who like to test their skills in working links out as well as having a nice distanced feel from the zombies as opposed to constant in your face Zombieness. Zombies Zombies Zombies... now... don't expect much from this film, it is a real OTT mess with some nudity. Too much chick chatter and annoying characters prevent this taking the role of a good zom-com but it is ok for killing time. If your going to watch all 3 as we did then don't watch it last as it will let you down... hard!

All in all, worth the money and good for fun.
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