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  • Actors: Julian Richings, Mena Suvari, Nick Cannon, Michael Welch, AnnaLynne McCord
  • Directors: George A. Romero, Steve Miner
  • Producers: Paula Devonshire, Boaz Davidson, James Glenn Dudelson, Randall Emmett, George Furla
  • Region: Region B/2 (Read more about DVD/Blu-ray formats.)
  • Number of discs: 3
  • Classification: 18
  • Studio: Optimum Home Entertainment
  • DVD Release Date: 4 Oct. 2010
  • Run Time: 271 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (7 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B0041A7OYA
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 17,846 in DVD & Blu-ray (See Top 100 in DVD & Blu-ray)

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Triple bill of zombie horrors. Terror maestro George A. Romero directs 'Survival of the Dead' (2009). A zombie epidemic has laid waste to America, leaving the military in chaos. A band of soldiers decide that in order to survive, they will go AWOL and find refuge on the remote Plum Island. However, they soon discover that even here there is no escape from a world under threat from both the living and the dead. 'Day of the Dead' (2008) is a remake based on Romero's classic 1985 zombie film. When a strange virus infects a small Colorado town, the military is brought in to stop the disease spreading by enforcing a quarantine. But as people begin to become infected, the survivors realise that the virus is turning them into the walking dead. Now, the few people who are immune to the virus must fend off the zombies and try to escape from the town in one piece. In Romero's 'Diary of the Dead' (2007), 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.

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11 of 12 people found the following review helpful By Catfish on 1 May 2011
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I think this is a really stupid boxed set to be honest. I don't know why you'd put two great Romero films that are connected in this way, and used them as the bread in a turd sandwich in which this awful remake is the poo. It beggars belief that anyone was behind this decision long enough to see it to fruition. I knew that the 'Day of the Dead' remake would be horrible, but I bought it anyway in order to get the other two for fairly cheap, but I am beside myself with frustration at just HOW bad a zombie film can be. It seems almost deliberate...

1. Diary of the Dead. Incredible social commentary dressed up as a zombie movie to discuss our attachment to social networking and blog culture. It's all shot to look like the characters are shooting it, the performances are solid and the production value are relatively high for a Romero film. It might not measure up to the original 'Day' in terms of realistic gore, but it's got better atmosphere, more up-to-date themes, and good old fashioned slow zombies. Underestimate them and die..!!

2. 'Day of the Dead' 'remake'. So bad - I can't even believe it was made. The zombies move like Toad from the X-men, the performances are completely wooden, and NOTHING interesting happens. I don't even know how it's a remake of 'Day' except the use of the name, and the similarly named 'Bud' who is supposed to be a vegetarian version of Bub. Appalling. Never EVER waste your time with this film.

3. Survival of the Dead. Incredible. This is my new favourite Romero movie. I'd never seen it before, and I was intrigued by the arguement surrounding how to deal with the walking dead.
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First of all - George Romero is one of the finest movie makers ever, I'm not into gore or horror but I like his social commentary on the world - And these movies are a great thrill ride as well as making comments about our own humanity.

Only two of the movies in this collection are directed by Romero (Diary of the Dead and Survival of the Dead) they are very well made and brilliant dramas with the usual thrills and gore.

Diary of the Dead is a great movie and tells the tale through a bunch of film making students (Blair Witch Style) as they travel through the zombie infected homeland. This one is great because it's different to other Romero zombie movies as it takes on the viewpoint of the characters carrying the camera.

Survival of the Dead is great movie because it's basically a western with an Irish theme to it and has some great humour but some great drama and religious and moral themes. It's about two feuding families that are arguing and fighting on an island and the fight erupts further when a group of outsiders enter the island and join the fight.

Day of the Dead seems an odd inclusion in this at first because it is the remake of Romero's original classic of the same title and this has not been directed by Romero - however this version while some say is inferior to the original, sits very well within this trilogy of movies - This remake takes interesting elements from the original Day of the Dead and doesn't copy the original instead it builds on it and is set in a world where the zombie plague is just about to start in the next few hours - It still has the key memorable scenes from the original classic (underground bunker, good zombie with a gun etc) while also adding some new elements, hospital full of zombies in full attack mode, forests and a small town - If you like action and horror rip-roaring, then this one is a great movie to watch.

All in all this is a great bluray compilation and at great value price.
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2 of 4 people found the following review helpful By L. Woolridge on 11 July 2012
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I would first like to point out that i bought this boxset based on a few things, i absolutely love zombie films/zombie programmes and thought three films for around £8-£9 what a bargain and also read a previous review that made me think that Romero's two films would be good and the other one would be shocking...in a way i think all three were not good. I'll start with survival of the dead. It was near boring for me, the action was slow, the gore was minimalist, the acting was mediocre at best, and the storyline was bland, and i particularly could not stand the two older gentleman who lived on the island, their feud seemed to take away from what was really going on, put it this way this film put my Girlfriend to sleep after 25 minutes. A lot of people go on about how Romero is brilliant at what he does and no one compares to him...it kind of puts me off any of his other stuff (i wish it didn't) After watching survival i thought i would try the non Romero film Day of the Dead, and see how it is. To start off with it seemed to be okay, there were a few people i recognised in the film and thought "hey, we may be onto a winner here" until the CGI happened. Dear lord...what was the budget on the CGI! It seems they pumped all of their money into paying the actors and nothing into the visuals...there were zombies running at super speed, crawling across ceilings in super speed, leaping VERY long distances...i did not know when people became zombies they got super powers also? This could have been a good film, but in the end i felt i was cringing at the zombies behaviour and the poor quality of the CGI. Now I cannot truly review Diary of the dead because to be brutally honest i expect a Zombie film to be slow at the start and build up some tension and get you hooked to characters and intrigued by what is going to happen...i got to 18-20 minutes got bored and turned off the DVD.
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