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Siege of the Dead [DVD]

3.9 out of 5 stars 49 customer reviews

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  • Actors: Michael Fuith, Theo Trebs, Anka Graczyk, Emily Cox, Andreas Schroders
  • Directors: Marvin Kren
  • Producers: Melanie Berke, Sigrid Hoerner
  • Format: PAL
  • Language: German
  • Subtitles: English
  • Region: Region 2 (This DVD may not be viewable outside Europe. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Classification: 15
  • Studio: Revolver Entertainment
  • DVD Release Date: 25 Oct. 2010
  • Run Time: 59 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 3.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (49 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B0042L0P44
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 31,451 in DVD & Blu-ray (See Top 100 in DVD & Blu-ray)

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Barricade yourself in and prepare for the apocalypse - the Siege of the Dead is upon us... When Michael arrives in the city to visit his girlfriend, he soon realises that a terrible virus has spread across the city, turning people into mindless homicidal maniacs. Trapped in his girlfriend's flat, he teams up with Harper, a teenage plumber, as hordes of infected zombies begin to swarm the building... With astonishing special effects and a riveting storyline, Siege of the Dead is a thrilling gorefest laced with pitch-black humour, high tension and shocking scares.

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Zombie fans have been overun with zombie IQ level films and books of late few really shine.

Just recently however there have been a couple of good films, both are foreign language. One is the French The Horde and the other is this one - Siege of the Dead - or its German name Rammbock. As a British resident of Berlin I found it refreshing, interesting and pretty gripping - it's a nice change from the bog standard Amrican films. The lead character here in the film is trying to give his keys back to his ex girlfriend and hoping for a reconciliation when the whole zombie thing kicks off - he's a bit wet but comes through in the film. There are plenty of interesting characters. It is in German with subtitles. That's fine with me. The story was good and even a little romantic for the lead guy. It was well filmed and the story was fine without annoying bits or stupidity/incredulous bits that spoil some films. The infected attacks have a good pace. The director is talented, there#s plenty to muse about, the music good and I enjoyed it. It's a quiet little piece (at least compared to the frantic and zombie filled recently released French film The Horde) that I found very rewarding.
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I viewed this film last night and was pleasantly surprised. The film is only around 59 minutes, but is well formed and very engaging. I have over 200 living dead/zombie movies (yes addicted) and even Romero's last effort disappointed me. This one is well worth the watch. There's very little in the way of gore, but concentrates instead on characters and their survival; just how it should be.
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Was expecting a cheap budget on this one, and it is, but that doesn't give us a cheap feel. Actors unknown to me, which I think adds to the realism, do a fair job of helping create the atmosphere I like in a zombie/rage virus movie. Not quite sure about the cover ???? There are no massed zombie hordes and don't remember the attack copter !! Probably sold them a few more copies, but this one should sell on it's own merits. Centered around a small group survivors trapped in their flats overlooking the courtyard of their Berlin apartment block. And the courtyards full of rage virus victims who, as usual, are just so miffed off they all wanna eat you, and that includes a hungry policeman so you know it's bad !. I won't say too much, but we have a young hero plumber, a strange tattooed man, a tragic love story, and the angry & hungry ones to keep you interested. Not much over an hour long, it manages to bring back the feeling of the closed, small world, nightmare that Romero portrayed so well in his first movies. Not a blockbuster, but if you enjoy a good storyline, realistic characters, and don't rely on a splatterfest to regard a horror movie as good, then you should certainly give this a go. German with sub-titles by the way.
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Sat and watched this film the other night and was impressed. It has a good story which brings the various characters to life, and although being subtitled, draws you in. On the front it says 'Romero would be proud', and to be honest I think he would.
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For a rather short film (just over an hour) with a rather low budget it's not too shabby. The "dead" act like the infected from 28 days later, rather than zombies and are repelled with bright light but do love the taste of flesh! The action takes place in and around an apartment block and a courtyard so don't be mislead by the cover. I liked the film but found the main character to be a complete pain in the arse. The guy is a complete plank and its hard to sympathise with him though the other main characters (or should I say, character) were fine. In the middle of a zombie-esque apocalypse he is completely smitten with his girlfriend and worries about her whereabouts which is plausible but he still comes across as rather stupid and pathetic. However this is a nice change from the hard as nails lead you expect in this type of film. Stupid choices are made left, right and centre whilst the ending was rather stupid in some ways - just like the main man. Still, it was slightly different from the usual run of the mill zombie film and deserves credit for this. Some people should be warned that the film is in German which posed no problems for me as I don't mind subtitles but folk do seem to moan a lot about having to read subtitles these days (look at reviews for "la horde" for instance) but it ain't rocket science!
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Barricade yourself in and prepare for the apocalypse - Well thats what the cover said.....by the way the cover is as much relevance to this film as a picture of David Beckham in his speedos!
I was actually quite surprised considering it was in German with English subtitles, very low budget and zombies who looked more like rabies victims than zombies.(think Quarantine!)
I could easily see a bunch of students making this film for a laugh and making quite a good job of it!
If you want to experience something different but not taking itself too seriously then give it a go.........!
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Fairly short film but very enjoyable. Instead of the usual sprawl of a zombie film with streets filled with the hordes of the living dead, this one concentrates, albeit briefly, with the lives of an apartment block (whose story is probably repeated throughout Berlin). Found it a very enjoyable and entertaining zombie film and probably one we could all relate to - how would we defend our small space as increasing zombies whittle away our existence to the space of a few rooms and less.

As usual, bad choices etc result in the usual reduced numbers - still, I felt for the characters even if we really only have a brief snapshot of their existence through windows in other apartments.

A very good addition to the zombie genre.
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