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Ottaviano Dell'Acqua's hair and beard are visibly longer in the scenes shot after Lucio Fulci left, such as when he is fighting the bald zombie at the abandoned kiosk, and his final scene with the anti-contamination squad. See more »
[Spotting a helicopter sitting in a nearby field]
Look! Do you believe it?
Can you... can you fly one of those things?
Till yesterday it was my job!
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The opening credits appear over footage of three separate groups of characters travelling to the same destination (the helipad outside the chemical plant). All three groups converge once the credits end. See more »
I was relieved to be finished with this one. It is pretty damn awful
I'm a big fan of Lucio Fulci's Zombi 2. This is an unofficial sequel, but I'd like to say it doesn't even deserve to be mentioned alongside Zombi 2. The storyline is completely inane, and the effects are utterly atrocious. We get this green like substance on people, whenever they get infected, and it doesn't look convincing at all. Unlike Zombi, where they were truly blood curdling, they look laughable here, and not even remotely threatening. I had trouble paying attention in this one, simply because it's so damn dull, and not much happens. There are zombie attacks, but they lack suspense and excitement. In Zombi 2, you were in fear by the zombies. They moved very slowly and the attacks were filled with tension. This movie reminds me of another horrible zombie film called Hell of The Living Dead. It has terrible dubbing. The actors are simply awful because of it. Beatrice Ring is disposable fodder, and nothing more. There is a scene where a woman gets shoved off a balcony into some water, and a guy goes to save her. He brings her to the surface, and she attacks him. How's that for gratitude? I didn't find this movie to be particularly gory, either. We get a spike in the chin, cut off arm, blood splashing, some zombie bites, but it's not that great. Lucio Fulci became sick and had to leave this project. Bruno Mattei & others took over, and it shows. Even for die hard zombie fans, I'd have trouble recommending this. Watch Nightmare City for an entertainingly cheesy zombie film, and avoid this like the plague
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