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The Lost Tape: Andy's Terrifying Last Days Revealed (2004)

During the film Dawn of the Dead, the survivors in the shopping mall communicate with a lone man named Andy, who is on the top of a building across the street. This is the footage from Andy's last days.
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Nicole Alexandra Lvova ...
Andy's Daughter (as Nicole Lvova)
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Susan (as Andrea Delesdernier)
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During the film Dawn of the Dead, the survivors in the shopping mall communicate with a lone man named Andy, who is on the top of a building across the street. This is the footage from Andy's last days.

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During the tape's end credits there is a special thanks to Max Brooks. Max Brooks is the author of a book called "Zombie Survival Guide: Complete Protection from the Living Dead" in which Brooks describes very seriously how one should deal with the sudden outbreak of the living dead. See more »

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Andy: [May 18 04, 9:21pm] Okay, okay. We're out there playing "Hollywood Squares". right? There's all these dead fucks down there that totally look like famous people. you know, Jay leno, George Clooney, Rosemary Clooney, Oh, Burt Reynolds. I had to waste Burt Reynolds. There was one guy, totally looked like Mr. Tomasini, my 10th-grade gym teacher. I must of shot him, like, 50 times. there ain't nothing left of him... except for his head sticking out of a puddle of red Jell-o! I mean, is this totally ...
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Spun-off from Dawn of the Dead (2004) See more »

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About Fifty Kinds of Lame
28 March 2005 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

ALL the extra "films" on the DVD for "Dawn of the Dead" are incredibly lame, with horrible production values and questionable acting. This one is the more unwatchable of the two (if such a thing is possible), because it points a camera at a not-particularly-talented actor and has him improv for like 40 minutes.

It's not a comedy, it's not a drama, in fact it's not anything at all, it just happens to have the same actor who played a (non-speaking) role in the film. Is that supposed to entice me to watch? Ed Wood made better "films" than this one. This was just someone's bored afternoon that they tried to pass as a DVD extra so they could charge an extra ten bucks. Don't fall for it.

Watch the movie, not the extras. Awful... and what's worse, boring. The backstory it purports to "explain" isn't even consistent with the movie. Or zombie lore. Or technology, since he uses a VHS tape in 2005.


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