- Actors: David Anders, Chris Wylde, Anne Arles, Louise Griffiths, Clint Jung
- Directors: D.Kerry Prior
- Writers: D.Kerry Prior
- Producers: D.Kerry Prior, Liam Finn, Jacques Thelemaque
- Format: PAL
- Language: English
- Subtitles: French, German, Dutch, English
- Dubbed: German
- Subtitles For The Hearing Impaired: English
- Audio Description: None
- Region: Region 2 (This DVD may not be viewable outside Europe. Read more about DVD formats.)
- Number of discs: 1
- Studio: Universal Pictures UK
- DVD Release Date: 2 April 2012
- Run Time: 117 minutes
- Average Customer Review: 53 customer reviews
- ASIN: B005NVMMDE
- Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 59,572 in DVD & Blu-ray (See Top 100 in DVD & Blu-ray)
The Revenant [DVD]
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Dead soldier Bart Gregory has two problems; 1) he's a zombie and 2) he needs blood - lots of blood - or he'll "die" all over again. Turning to his best buddy Joey for support, the two hatch a plan to guarantee supply and create a win-win situation. Convinced that no one will miss the drug dealers and killers of their corrupt city, the friends become "The Vigilante Gun Slingers", turning the scum of the streets into snacks for Bart...
Both belly-bustin' funny and blood-thirsty gory, The Revenant is a fantastic action-packed horror comedy with a difference!
- Deleted Scenes (12 Mins)
- Making The Revenant (13 Mins)
- Feature-length commentary with David Andres, Chris Wylde, Louise Griffiths, Jacy King
- Feature-length commentary with Kerry Prior (Producer, Director, Writer)
- Feature-length commentary with the Visual Effects Team
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Well he needn't have fretted, as later that night he gets a knock at the door and a voice from the past calls out. Yes you guessed right, Bart has returned, and after some initial scepticism Joey takes in his old mate, but he soon has to make a trip to the Emergency Room after Bart finds he can't process normal food, the penny finally drops when the Hospital goes mental at the thought of the living dead. After some inter web research Joey realises he is neither Vampire nor Zombie, so they decide he is a Revenant - from the French for one who has come back after a long time, often from the assumed dead.
Then they get mugged and after a tussle they realise that Bart can have a steady food supply and do society some good by killing criminals and homeless and drug dealers and just about anyone that they consider bad.
This is billed as a riotous comedy and it does have some very dark humour but not belly laugh stuff, the gore is pretty full on though. The actual story is the real strength, and the twists are far from obvious or sign posted. I agree this is to be feted as a cult classic very soon, but 'Dead Heads' is way funnier, this though has more pathos, and much better make up. There is also a great homage to `Dirty Harry' which you have to see. I really enjoyed this great film but needs viewing caution as we have some so called `strong language' and lots of gore/violence and loads of shooting.
This is not a full on Zombie fest but it is a new take on the subject and I prefer a sentient Zombie to the slow walking drooling sort that is the norm, this also plays it straight despite the humour, it is not camped up like say `Gory Gory Hallelujah', which I also liked. This also has some lovely touches like the roaches in the apartment and the great Camaro that Joey drives, if you like your zombie movies fresh then look no further.
I would give it 3 1/2 stars as it seriously went off the boil in the final section. Either the writer/director/actor was wearing too many hats and wasn't able to edit it tightly enough - or he ran out of money. Either way, the final section fell flat and felt forced.
The few gripes I have (like a SWAT team continuing to mow down a bunch of innocent people trying to escape, when they would have surely stopped after the first wave of them appeared... not to mention the SWAT team then shooting each other in the crossfire when the revenant runs through them.... full-scale DERP!) are outweighed by the
Shorter: this is a darkly humourous indie movie, in the same tone and budget as Wasting Away. Don't try analysing it too closely and you can just enjoy the ride!
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