- Actors: Russell Jones, Craig Stovin, Jonnie Hurn, James Fisher, Anna Blades
- Directors: Michael Bartlett, Kevin Gates
- Producers: Michael Bartlett, Kevin Gates
- Format: PAL
- Region: Region 2 (This DVD may not be viewable outside Europe. Read more about DVD formats.)
- Aspect Ratio: 16:9 - 1.85:1
- Number of discs: 1
- Classification: 18
- Studio: Revolver Entertainment
- DVD Release Date: 27 Aug. 2007
- Run Time: 81 minutes
- Average Customer Review: 2.8 out of 5 stars See all reviews (155 customer reviews)
- ASIN: B000R342W2
- Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 65,643 in DVD & Blu-ray (See Top 100 in DVD & Blu-ray)
The Zombie Diaries  [DVD]
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Edgy dark horror which taps into recent pandemic fears. A zombie-creating virus has taken hold across the world with its effects recorded by the video cameras of three separate groups of survivors. A couple fleeing London begin scavenging what they can in the devastated towns, oblivious to the omnipresent danger. In another area, survivors hole up in a farmhouse to escape the nightmare, only to find themselves under siege from the undead. Finally, a film crew caught up in events decide to shelter in nearby woods, unaware of the approaching horror.
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I made it to about 75% before giving up. This is the worst handheld movie I've ever seen. The shaky camera, the blurriness and the night "action" scenes means half of the 75% I have no idea what actually happened. The zombies are shufflers, I could stroll past them on crutches and be fine. The plot is just confusing and the acting excessively bad.
Another review describes this as "you could film this yourself in 2 hours." That one sentence sums up the whole movie.
The best part of this movie is where I came on Amazon after and got to laugh with other people who saw it.
Told as a series of vignettes, the film attempts to depict the experiences of apparently disparate groups of survivors. Unfortunately each of them lacks any real plot - they feel like a series of improvisations that quickly run out of ideas.
Poor budget is no defence. The only thing this has in common with The Blair Witch Project is that its cheap and shot hand held (much of it at night). Unfortunately, it lacks the clever plot, strong characters and convincing acting that Blair Witch boasts.
Also has the fundamental flaw that we're supposed to believe each survivor group is accompanied by some idiot who'd rather film his friends being eaten than help fight off the zombies. You might buy the idea of ONE camcorder nerd hellbent on recording the unfolding apocalypse - even up to the point that he'll film his own death instead of defend himself. But half a dozen of them is a bit...hard to swallow.
You really wont believe how poor this film is unless you've seen it!
Ask yourself a question...
If someone went out for the day, say to the countryside, took a camcorder with them and videoed everyday mundane things (wobbly views of cars, houses, fields, trees and the like), would you want to watch all 80 minutes of it?
If the answer is `NO' then whatever you do, make sure you NEVER watch `The Zombie Diaries' because basically that's all it is. And don't be fooled into thinking that because it's a film cool and exciting things have to happen, because they most definitely do not. It's just a few people with a camcorder and nothing really happens.
You could make this film yourself in 2 hours.
Seriously, you could.
I'm not joking.