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The Amazing Adventures of the Living Corpse (2012)

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A somewhat self-aware zombie takes it upon himself to keep the rest of the walking dead at bay.

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Ghost Mother (voice)
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Asteroth / Rope Claw (voice)
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Laura (voice)
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Mr. Timmons (voice)
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The Living Corpse (voice)
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Dr. Markys (voice)
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Bruce (voice)
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Credit (voice)
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Dr. Brainchild (voice)
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Worthless Murk (voice)
Nancy P. Corbo ...
Mika (voice)
David Vaughn ...
Joe (voice)
Jason Farone ...
Mr. Dredge (voice)
Justin Paul Ritter ...
Vinnie (voice)
Rena Enea ...
Samantha (voice)
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A somewhat self-aware zombie takes it upon himself to keep the rest of the walking dead at bay.

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KICKING ASS and EATING BRAINS


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Rated R for some horror images and violence | See all certifications »

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Overall Pretty Good
22 September 2012 | by See all my reviews

Just saw a screening of this at the Calgary International Film Festival and was fairly impressed. The animation and 3D effects were great. Soundtrack was very well put together. That being said the story felt a bit too rushed and disjointed. The plot was good, but the way it was put together could have been better I feel.

If you're into video game like movies and don't mind getting a little dizzy from the video game angles, then this is the movie for you. In fairness, the director was there for the Q&A and stated the film was not intended to be viewed on an IMAX screen and that could be one reason why it was so dizzying. There was also a weird pause in the movie (guess the director hadn't noticed it before - he seemed a bit embarrassed over it), but in later showings you probably won't notice this.

Honestly, I enjoyed it, but felt it could have been a bit better.


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