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Zombies - Wicked Little Things [DVD]

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  • Actors: Lori Heuring, Scout Taylor-Compton, Chloe Meretz, Geoffrey Lewis, Ben Cross
  • Directors: J. S. Cardone
  • Producers: J. S. Cardone, Boaz Davidson, Danny Lerner, David Varod
  • Format: PAL
  • Subtitles For The Hearing Impaired: English
  • 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: 15
  • Studio: Momentum Pictures
  • DVD Release Date: 21 July 2008
  • Run Time: 94 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 3.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (25 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B0016FM79U
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 19,381 in DVD & Blu-ray (See Top 100 in DVD & Blu-ray)

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Horror film in which recently widowed Karen Tunny (Lori Heuring) and her two daughters, Sarah (Scout Taylor-Compton) and Emma (Chloe Moretz), inherit a remote mountain home from the family of Karen's late husband. The Tunny women struggle to adapt to their new surroundings, mostly due to the fact that their home is surrounded by child zombies - the victims of a terrible mining accident that occured 100 years before.

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It's always nice when you go into a movie expecting it to be shoddy at best and dreadful at worst, but end up really enjoying it; that's what happened to me with this one.

Zombies mixes the genres of ghost stories and zombies, and does it well: a recently widowed mother moves her two daughters to a house in the mountains which they inherited in her husband's will. The house is close to an old mine where many children died. At night the children come out to feed.

I was expecting a really low budget movie with weak actors but that wasn't the case at all. The effects are simple but effective and the plot well executed; characters have been well cast with the youngest daughter giving an oustanding performance. The film has some eery moments and a fair amount of gore. By no means is this is a classic but at under a fiver it is well worth a watch.
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Firstly,lets get this straightened out, they are not zombies. I don't know why they used this title, I believe the US title is Wicked Little Things, which is far more fitting.
Now, misleading titles and cannabalistic gore aside (both if which are there just to compliment each other and don't really have a place in this film), this is actually quite a nice little ghost story for bedtime. If you can forgive the zombie faux pas, you will see that this film posesses all the nice qualities of a traditional bedtime ghost story. The plot is rather good, the visuals aren't bombarded with melodramatic music, it is quiet and gentle, with evil ghosts that you can sympathize with. It has the typical nightime scenes in the woods, old houses, old newspaper cuttings that tell the story of the children who worked in the mines. All these things are used well,and not overdone.

The gore is a bit too much, it is too obviously an attempt to gross you out, which is not needed. Personally, I feel that horror films have become so obsessed with being as gorey as possible, that cinema is really missing some good old fashioned ghost stories, this is one that I think is judged too harshly, okay, so it's not as good as the Orphanage, but it is worth watching.
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Oh dear,family moves to new house in the mountains where loads of kids were buried in a mine collapse 100 years earlier and just decide its time to come out and get their revenge on the locals and the family.dark clothed children with white faces dont make this scary,but there is a few good scenes along the way of total body mutilation from the little nasties.
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yay fast delivery omg I loved this film first time I saw it so was pleased to get it and the price was awesome to like brand new very happy this little zombie film is quit good like the story how a family had to move as there father passed away and this house they moved to in a remote place as you normally would gusse :)) ok so thease zombie kids like to eat lol but this time the zombies are just slightly different but better you watch the film to get the hole story rather than me tell you is worth it if you love horror movies like me more for the relaxed evenings to watch thanks for sending very fast and would in future be very happy to get films again from you :)cheers
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….a question the writers should have considered. This 2006 undead revenge horror features Karen Tunny [Lori Heuring] as a recent widower who takes her two daughters to live in her deceased husbands family home deep in the Pennsylvanian woods after discovering a miners deed in hubbies papers. It's all a surprise to her as are the unfolding of events the three now find themselves in, but young Emma [Chloë Grace Moretz] soon makes a new friend, Mary, but her mum and sis think it’s just an imaginary friend.
The film is actually called Zombies -a misnomer, they are revenants or mylings at best which will annoy many zombie fans. ‘Wicked little things’ is actually the director commentary bonus feature in which its claimed to be based on a true legend [which in itself is a contradiction]. The film is fast paced and gives a good variation on the 'undead’ theme, although there is a bad 5 minute dip around the halfway mark. Characters come across as creepy so you don’t know who can be trusted. Yes, the plot can appear to be formulistic and you know the basic plot from the start, so you easily guess the ending. But it’s a question of who is actually going to die and the part of Emma is played so brilliantly you really fear for her safety.
Despite its flaws and the misleading title the film barely slacked its pace and was extremely entertaining. It has enough gore and stomach churning scenes to please almost all but the most extreme hard core fans. There are jumpy moments by the handful in the first half, but the end does fall into the predictable mode. Still worthy of a ***** rating provided your not looking for a Zed [zombie] /survivor movie.
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Always on the hunt for a horror bargain, I picked up Zombies: Wicked Little Things. The plot outline is revealed in the opening minutes of the movie with a nice scene set in the mines of 1913 and the fate of the children at the hands of the greedy mine owner is established, providing a nice backstory for the film to work from.

Zombies: Wicked Little Things boasts quite the cast with young horror stars Scout Taylor Compton (Rob Zombie's Halloween) and Chloe Moretz (Kick-Ass, Let Me In) alongside the legendary Geoffrey Lewis (The Devil's Rejects) who helps explain the legend behind the malevolent children; and the always impressive and underused Ben Cross (Dark Shadows: The Revival, Exorcist: The Beginning). My problem with the casting cropped up when Tim showed his face... it was Ethan from Hollyoaks (Craig Vye) sporting a ridiculous floppy hairdo and a ridiculous attempt at an American accent!

After viewing for a while, I was concerned with the title of the film since to my mind, these are not classic cinematic zombies and I am of the opinion that the makers have chosen this title simply to cash in on the popularity of the genre. The "zombies" here are not mindless shambling ghouls but vengeful undead children intent on killing those who enter the woods and searching for the bloodline of the man who sealed their fate. Don't worry fiends, there's plenty of flesh-eating to keep you going.

There's nothing overly complex about the plot or set up of ZWLT and ultimately, for me, the film plays out like a dark fairytale with appropriate moral messages strewn throughout the film. However, despite the fact that kids in horror movies are generally creepy and this flick has enough gore and death to keep it ticking along, it's just not scary on any level.
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