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The Amazing Adventures of the Living Corpse (2012)

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



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Credited cast:
Ghost Mother (voice)
Asteroth / Rope Claw (voice)
Dr. Markys (voice)
Mr. Timmons (voice)
The Living Corpse (voice)
Laura (voice)
Worthless Murk (voice)
Credit (voice)
Bruce (voice)
Dr. Brainchild (voice)
Nancy P. Corbo ...
Mika (voice)
Justin Paul Ritter ...
Vinnie (voice)
Jason Farone ...
Mr. Dredge (voice)
Mikaela Garcia ...
Female Student (voice) (as Miko Garcia)
Emrys Wright ...
Taylor (voice)


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

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Motion Picture Rating (MPAA)

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

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Release Date:

14 July 2012 (USA)  »

Also Known As:

The Living Corpse  »

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Sound Mix:

(Dolby 5.1)


Aspect Ratio:

1.78 : 1 / (widescreen)
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The amazing waste of the viewer's time...
26 January 2014 | by See all my reviews

Being a zombie aficionado, I pretty much devour, pardon the pun, every single piece of zombie material that I come across. And every once in a while there is something that is just such a swing and a miss that it makes you cringe.

"The Amazing Adventures of the Living Corpse" is one of those moments.

The story is utterly rubbish, and lacking a greater sense of purpose and coherency. It is just a random series of events put together into some kind of atrocity that is supposed to be a storyline. It just didn't work out.

And the animation itself didn't really help the movie along either. Why? Well, it was just too wooden and rigid, lacking proper movements and even failing to make the audience buy into it. It was sort of like a first draft at the animation to be presented, given a texture coating and then shipped off from the animator's desk. It was just not nice to look at.

The zombie was the sole thing in the entire animated movie that was worth looking at, but even that was nowhere near enough to make it worth suffering through. I gave up on this movie about 50 minutes into the confusion and mess.

Even the dialogue didn't pass off as being believable. It was forced, delivered without conviction and it was just downright embarrassing.

If you enjoy the zombie genre, then stay well clear of "The Amazing Adventures of the Living Corpse".

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