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Zombie Undead [DVD]

Ruth King , Kris Tearse , Rhys Davies    Suitable for 18 years and over   DVD
2.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (11 customer reviews)
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  • Actors: Ruth King, Kris Tearse, Christopher J. Herbert, Barry Thomas, Steven Dolton
  • Directors: Rhys Davies
  • Writers: Kris Tearse
  • Format: 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: 1
  • Classification: 18
  • Studio: Metrodome Distribution
  • DVD Release Date: 30 May 2011
  • Run Time: 79 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 2.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (11 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 69,621 in DVD & Blu-ray (See Top 100 in DVD & Blu-ray)


A car roars through the darkened country roads. Inside, a distraught Sarah is holding her stricken dad, Mark, desperately trying to stem the flow of blood. Having been re-directed to an Evacuation facility on the edge of town, Steve, an off-duty Paramedic is in a race against time fully aware that Marks chances of survival are rapidly slipping away. The scene that greets them on arrival is one of chaos. The floor, awash with blood, is covered with the bodies of the dying and injured, doctors dart back and forth, clearly overwhelmed. A violent convulsion causes Mark to lose consciousness, heart stopped he slumps to the floor. As the adrenalin needle slams into her Fathers heart Sarah stumbles back and her world fades to black. Upon regaining consciousness Sarah is greeted by the uneasy silence of a seemingly deserted building. Bleeding and dazed she stumbles through the darkened corridors unaware of the fate that awaits her...

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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars IT BIT ME 29 May 2013
By The Movie Guy TOP 500 REVIEWER
The movie title appears to be redundant. Clearly the Brits do not understand what to do during a major Zombie outbreak, perhaps due to the poor showing of "Zombie Diaries." A dirty bomb goes off and the film concentrates on the life and survival of Sarah (Ruth King). She passes out then comes to at a country infirmary. Here she encounters live people and zombies. They make numerous mistakes.

First, you need to secure the perimeter and eliminate the zombies inside. This is common sense stuff, but the Brits don't do it. Secondly if you are in a building that has zombies, don't ride the elevator as you don't know what is going to be outside the doors when they open. When you suspect the zombie infestation is caused by a blood borne pathogen, don't leave infected blood on your skin. Immediately wash it off and disinfect with a 10% Clorax solution. Also according to the Homeland Security handbook, the people who will actually be infected first are old people, children, and those with weak immune systems. Not every bite transmits the disease, but you need extra precaution and a holding cell/ isolation room during the incubation period. Being in an infirmary, they were in an ideal location to survive had they followed common sense guide lines.

The characters and humor didn't make it in this film like other Brit films.

Parental Guide: F-bombs, no sex, hospital gown zombie nudity
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1.0 out of 5 stars Worst Zombie film ever 17 Sep 2013
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Do not be taken in by the cover (front and back show images that are not i the film)
This film has the worst acting, the worst special effects (a must with any zombie film) and the worst story line (and that's saying something when we're talking about zombies)
This film is about as frightening as watching Peppa Pig. The only thing that will make you cringe is the bad acting and worse script 'nuff said
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1.0 out of 5 stars The Zombie effect 29 Oct 2012
The zombie effect is what I felt after 40 minutes of this. I as someone else stated did not buy this from Amazon, I now have the honor of it sitting on the shelf behind me after seeing it on the DVD stand in my local garden centre. It was the Romero quote that got my tenner, Christ, was I mugged off or what. It now takes pride of place among my never to be viewed again selection. Can I swear in a review? No! In that case lets call it utter poop, Shame as I always hope that any English b movies types will be good. Avoid it like the rabid bite of its namesake.
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9 of 11 people found the following review helpful
2.0 out of 5 stars one for the 'misleading cover' list 6 Jun 2011
Ok so the cover quote's George Romero saying he couldn't wait to see this film. This was probably a polite reply when one of the film makers said on facebook to him that they were making a zombie film, and more reminiscent of the marketing style of the Aum Shiva cult whose leader, Shoko Asahara, got a picture taken with the Dhalai Lama and then circulated the picture with a quote apparently from the Lama saying he (Shoko) had the heart of a Buddha. Great marketing- cue nerve gas attacks on the japanese underground and so you get the idea that maybe the Lama didn't say that at all or it was taken out of context- maybe he was being polite and you didn't see him cringe afterwards asking his aides how the hell shoko got into the bathroom anyway.

If people want to make films for themselves to star in, and they lack the ability to act, they should release them on you tube not on dvd. Fully support indie film making and I love zombie films so bought this dvd believing that the writers/director and producers all had the hearts of buddha. Quite appalling acting largely, although to be fair it does improve as does the film generally in the last 10-15 minutes when suddenly you can feel a pace. For the zombies they should have just pulled people off the street after a night out on the jagermeister rather than the Guild of street mime artists of Wisbech who can now afford to challenge the decision to evict them from their squat in court thanks to this gig.

If it wasn't for the incredibly misleading marketing (the cover might reflect what happens after the film and if you want to see the soldiers depicted you have to watch the credits) i might not feel so annoyed at having paid the same price or more for this film than most releases made by people who might have actually met the Dhalai Lama.
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7 of 9 people found the following review helpful
1.0 out of 5 stars Poor, poor, poor 17 Jun 2011
I won't labour the point that you can't judge this film by it's DVD cover as another reviewer has pointed it out, but this film is squarely in the 'avoid' list, even for the most accommodating zombie fan.

I can't shake the impression that the film script was crafted around the gory FX gags that are peppered throughout the film. However as inventive or as claret-suffused as these practical effects are they are no substitute for the fundamentals of a good script, good characterisation and good acting.

If you want a good zombie yarn, invest in a copy of the remake of Dawn of the Dead or book an evening out to enjoy the superlative first series of The Walking Dead.

Zombies deserve better!

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4.0 out of 5 stars Surprised!!! 29 July 2013
By Helen
I am big fan of Zombies movies and watch everyone I can get my hands on.My son and I sat down to watch this and wasnt expecting much but i must say we thoroughly enjoyed.It kept you entertained all the way through.I would watch it again,definately worth a watch.
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