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World of the Dead: Zombie Diaries 2 [DVD]

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  • Actors: Alix Wilton Regan, Josh Myers, Phillip Brodie
  • Directors: Kevin Gates, Michael Bartlett
  • Format: PAL
  • Language: English
  • Region: Region 2 (This DVD may not be viewable outside Europe. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Classification: 18
  • Studio: Metrodome Distribution
  • DVD Release Date: 27 Jun. 2011
  • Run Time: 80 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 3.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (42 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B004MP8LZU
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 17,461 in DVD & Blu-ray (See Top 100 in DVD & Blu-ray)

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The sequel to the smash hit original. The zombie outbreak has overtaken Britain but this time the military are ready and meet the deadly threat head on with extreme force. An epic follow up to the best selling Zombie Diaries.

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As an ex British Soldier when did we the British Army start driving Hum Vee's and 1960's Mack Trucks?? And when did we start talking about "Clicks" for KMs?? I make no apologies for being British and proud. Details like this matter! I think the director has watched too much American TV.

As for the film. Id expect my local uni final year students hand in better projects for there final year studies.

How the Army cant fight these zombies is laughable. They walk slower than a nana withe a broken zimmer frame. Literally! I mean you could walk slowly away from any of the confrontations and stop for a cuppa whilst you make your exit. Yet these TA guys cant even defend themselves with weaponry.

On the positives. A decent plot really, but like anything in life its not what you do its how you do it. Simple ideas produced very well will always be far more entertaining than great ideas produced poorly. And this dear friends, is a good idea produced very poorly. Perhaps down to budget to be fair. I feel any idiot could do this on an iPhone. If this was produced well on a much higher budget it could have been really good. To be fair to the director he made it the best he could with the funds he had. But would you want to pay for this?

Because I dont like being too negative and would hate to upset any film crew member reading this (if they do) ill give it 2 stars. IE Ok if your drunk (very) I suppose.
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They fooled us once and now they're back with another home movie camcorder 'classic' to release a second attack of visual (zombie) diarrhea on our senses. It's awful, just like the first one; terrible acting, plot, direction, camera work, everything, but still expect the mad rush of fake reviews yet again, they just won't be able to help themselves. Sad really.
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I'm a huge zombie film fan, having watched all the classics, new breed and B-movies.

This film is a B-movie, but it's not even a good one.

The story is unoriginal by zombie film standards, the zombies are not even remotely scary - they are' slow, even when trying to grab the survivors. The make-up artists have failed miserably to show any sign of death and decay. All that is apparent is some fake blood.

The actors weren't bad, but I have to' say that the so-called soldiers make many pathetic mistakes. Like not securing areas, turning their backs on zombies, being quiet, sneaking up for stealth kills then shouting (!?).

Not to mention starting a campfire in the middle of trees in a field, in pitch black with only 1 as look-out while they all sit talking. The list goes on.

The bandits were scarier than the zombies. Even they were a joke.

Put it this way, my girlfriend is scared very very easily - after watching horrors, she won't go anywhere in the house without me escorting her. But even she admitted that the film wasn't scary - and that the bandits were more of a worry than the zombies.

To be honest, we couldn't wait for the film to finish!

My advice is, even if you are obsessed with zombie films like me - DO NOT WASTE YOUR MONEY!
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I watched the first film and it blew my mind how terrible it was. Then I saw the DVD cover for its sequel and thought that it maybe a bit more interesting seeing as it is meant to be set in a city. False advertising or what. Its all set in the boring flat English countryside in the middle of winter.
The acting was awful, the script even worse. I don't mind films that have a low budget because they can still be really good but this rubbish had no redeeming features and I was desperate for it to finish after 10 mins. Ok maybe the tiny plot twist in the end was semi intelligent, but getting to that part was torture.
Films that use the camcorder style can be really good such as Rec or Grave Encounters but they pull it off because they are used believably. But when the cameraman in this film just stands there filming while his comprades are getting devoured by zombies it takes away any realism and just makes it look ridiculous. Also if you are going to use a character from Liverpool, make sure the actor playing them actually knows what a Scouse accent sounds like.

No doubt they will excrete a third film because of the false advertising and the lies promoting the first two, but I refuse to be burnt a third time.
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I bought this and the original together and if i hadn't I doubt I would have bought the second. The original film had its moments but the low budget meant the makers could pull off a lot of what they were trying to do which just compounded the problem of a very jumpy confused script.

I actually watched the extras and the two men responsible admitted that they had learned a lot from that first film and so this one was born with many of the issues addressed.

The plot is essentially that a platoon of TA soldiers plus a few other individuals such as the army cameraman who records most of the film are holed up in an old army base having essentially lost the fight against the zombie masses. The countryside is full of roaming bands of zombies but the officer commanding acknowledges that they are probably not as dangerous as the survivors. Following a theme from the first film some of society's most odious characters have survived and are enjoying the lawlessness which has ensued to pursue their darkest desires. A radio broadcast from someone (and here's one of the plot flaws - who?) tells them to get to the coast to meet boats headed for Rotterdam where survivors are planning to hold out through the winter. By some bizarre accident someone leaves the gate open (really?) and the zombies flood in as they tend to at the end of every zombie movie. A handful of survivors make a break for it in an old US military truck (yes, whilst I disagree with the general thrust of the top reviewer there are some issues with military kit the lack of a capbadge particularly rankled for some reason). The film then follows them as they try and make it across hostile territory to safety dodging zombies and a really vicious gang.
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