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The Dead and the Damned (2011)

Video  -  Horror | Sci-Fi | Thriller  -  26 July 2011 (USA)
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A meteor lands in Jamestown California in 1849 during the gold rush. It is found by miners who accidentally release it's spores which turn the population into bloodthirsty mutants.

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Mortimer
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Rhiannon
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Indian / Brother Wolf
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The German
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
George Anderson ...
Mutant
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Outlaw #3
Timothy Bartgis ...
The Zombie Horde
Carol S. Bayers ...
Townsfolk
Harry Bruce ...
Miner #1
Douglas Carranza ...
Townsfolk
Hilary Castaneda ...
The Zombie Horde
Randall Marshall Dillon ...
Jebediah
Meghan D. Hall ...
Townsfolk
Autumn Harrison ...
Lucinda (as Autumn J.D. Harrison)
Colin Hussey ...
Salesman
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A meteor lands in Jamestown California in 1849 during the gold rush. It is found by miners who accidentally release it's spores which turn the population into bloodthirsty mutants.

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Cowboys, Indians and Zombies made the wild west, even wilder


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Rated R for bloody violence and some nudity

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The main character shoots 11 rounds from his 6 shot revolver, reloads, shoots 10 more rounds, reloads, and shoots 10 more rounds. At other times during the film, he has to reload after 6 shots, especially when cornered by zombies. See more »

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It could have been far worse...
7 April 2012 | by (Denmark) – See all my reviews

Initially just by the DVD cover alone you know what kind of movies you will be in for when you pick up this movie. But still, being the zombie aficionado that I am, I just had to watch it regardless.

The story in "The Dead and the Damned" or "Cowboys & Zombies" as it is titled on the DVD cover and in the actual movie, is some prospectors uncover what appears to be a meteor and brings it into town, attempts to crack it open and something green spews out. This green haze turns the prospectors into, yeah you guessed it, zombies! However, this puzzled me, because in a very short time the prospectors were quite decayed and decomposed, but still they remained their agility and ability to jump, run, sprint and do acrobatics.

However, the movie actually have good production and good cinematography and that shines through the movie and actually makes it worth sitting through.

The zombies, well I prefer shambling zombies that are unable of running and zombies that doesn't sound like marauding lions from the sound they make. That was a real bummer in the movie. The zombies also had that classic, low-budget-way-too-gray make-up on their faces, and for some reason their blood was green. And I just loved how the blood would spray up into the air whenever a zombie was shot, and then the blood simply just dissipated into thin air. That was just hilarious.

Effects-wise, then "Cowboys & Zombies" wasn't actually too shabby. The zombies, aside from the lame sounds and the gray-skin, actually looked decent enough and the effects were alright. The setting of the movie was also quite good and believable, aside from the poor choice of music, which seemed really unsuitable for a horror western.

I have sat through a lot of low-budget zombies movies in my time, and "Cowboys & Zombies" is actually on the better end of the scale of low-budget zombie movies. There are a lot of zombie movies out there far worse than this one.

And what was up with the guy on the DVD cover? I don't believe I even saw him in the movie! Epic!

Mixing cowboys/westerns and zombies have been done before. And in my personal opinion, it is not really the best of combinations. That period of time just doesn't work well with the living dead.


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