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Actor Jack Stellman would get so into his zombie role that he wouldn't talk to his other cast members, he would instead glare at them from across the room or grunt when they spoke to him. All of the zombies in the film had to audition for their roles by grunting/growling and performing their best zombie walk which were then incorporated into the finished film. Mr. Stellman came into his audition completely silent and in character, staring at the director with his "glare" and only delivering inaudible noises when asked questions. He was cast on the spot. See more »
When Jeff and April find Chocolate, the dog, dead in the woods, the one short shot of the dog clearly shows that it is breathing. See more »
The Video Dead is truly another classic Zombie movie. Although corny in parts, it epitomises the true Zombie culture - to devour human flesh and brains. There is no mucking around with this movie. The Zombies come straight out of the box (literally) and the residents are faced with the dilemma of how to entice the flesh eaters back into their haunted television. There is also an unexpected scene in the movie - one which surprised me when I fully expected the person to survive the Zombie encounter.
Although not recommended for those who are not Zombie lovers, it is a must for the Zombie fanatic. After all, Zombies do normally get a bad rap - bring on more Zombie movies.
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