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Night of the Living Dead: Resurrection -- Based on George A. Romero's classic NIGHT OF THE LIVING DEAD. The deceased have risen with the instinct to feed on the living as a family is trapped during a zombie apocalypse.
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The deceased have risen with the instinct to feed on the living as a family is trapped during a zombie apocalypse. Wales. Based on George A. Romero's classic "Night of the Living Dead". Full summary » | Add synopsis »
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  (in credits order)

Sule Rimi ... Ben

Kathy Saxondale ... Karen

Lee Bane ... Kevin
Terry Victor ... Gerald
Rose Granger ... Jennifer
Mel Stevens ... Mandy
Aaron Bell ... Sam
Roger Bailey ... Bill

Richard Goss ... Red
Richard Burman ... George

S.J. Evans ... Rhodes

Johnathon Farrell ... Hess (as Johnny Farrell)
Adam Phillips ... Clyde / Fake Shemp

Sabrina Dickens ... Bonnie

Sarah Louise Madison ... Eve
Laura Clarke ... Gizmo
Rhys Matthews ... Hammer
Rorie Stockton ... Slugger
Cordelia Kilic ... Blade
Shane Price ... Smiler
Scott Delap ... Gibbs / One-Eye
Alastair Jenkins ... John Doe
Neven Davies ... Bleeder
Ritchie Bessant ... Lurcher
Darryl Sloanes ... Johnson
Andrew Slater ... Headwound
Dave Morgan ... West
Ty Sloanes ... Flip
Daniel Dunnell ... Militia Driver
Chris Powney ... Beecham
Danielle Robinson ... Leigh
James Morrissey ... Sniper
Bill Bellamy ... Dr. Peter Chandler (voice)

Sousila Pillay ... DJ (voice)
Tomas Barrett ... Welsh DJ (voice)
Fran Plumb ... Barbara

Scott Christie ... Hoody

Directed by
James Plumb 
Writing credits
(in alphabetical order)
Andrew Jones 
James Plumb 

Produced by
Robert Graham .... executive producer
Andrew Jones .... producer
Manish Patel .... executive producer
Original Music by
James Morrissey 
Cinematography by
James Morrissey 
Film Editing by
James Morrissey 
James Plumb 
Production Design by
Jeff Butler 
Makeup Department
Laura Clarke .... assistant makeup artist
Rachael Southcott .... makeup artist
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Victoria Rodway .... first assistant director
Sound Department
Paul Brookes .... sound mixer
Paul Brookes .... sound recordist
Special Effects by
Rachael Southcott .... special effects makeup
Camera and Electrical Department
Dave Morgan .... grip
Other crew
Scott Chambers .... production assistant
Adam Phillips .... production assistant
Victoria Rodway .... script supervisor

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Additional Details

Rated R for zombie violence/gore and language
86 min
Aspect Ratio:
1.78 : 1 See more »
Sound Mix:
Dolby Digital (RCA Sound Recording)

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The Village Shop in Scurlage, Swansea, was closed for filming but shooting was often disrupted by customers trying to get into the shop, believing it was still open due to the lights being on.See more »
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Is this film a remake or a sequel to "Night of the Living Dead" (1968) ?
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1 out of 1 people found the following review useful.
Undeserving of its 'Night of…' title., 2 November 2013
Author: BA_Harrison from Hampshire, England

Welsh writer/director James Plumb sure has balls to name his film after George Romero's classic zombie movie, but sadly he doesn't quite have the talent to do the title justice: his writing skills aren't all that bad, the film's familial drama being reasonably effective thanks to believable dialogue bolstered by surprisingly convincing performances, but his project as a whole suffers from a lack of decent zombie action, poorly judged camera placement, weak editing, and one or two scenes crippled by a severe lack of logic from the characters.

After a false start ala Hitchcock's Psycho (which actually provides the best moment in the film), the plot centres on a family trapped in their rural home by a plague of zombies, and as tension mounts and their number slowly dwindles, the characters begin to reveal their flaws and secrets, and relationships break down. This interaction of characters works fairly well, but the film's flaws are too numerous and impossible to ignore (individually, some of the following may sound like petty niggles, but together they really serve to irritate)… Firstly, Terry Victor as Gerald sports eyebrows so bushy that zombies would be hard pushed to get close enough to bite him (and as it happens, they don't). Also rather frustrating is the fact that no attempt has been made to fortify the house—hell, they don't even lock the back door after going outside! Furthermore, the family seem a little slow on the uptake, not realising that the 'crazies' are in fact the dead brought back to life (a headline in the newspaper shop in the first scene states that The Dead Live—haven't they been following the news?).

Then there's the technical issues: the overuse of canted angles, which looks like Plumb forgot to lock-off his tripod properly, and inappropriate low POV shots, as if the the camera was left on the ground still running between takes, all of which give the film an air of amateurishness.

But it's back to Gerald for my biggest complaint: when faced with a gang of machete wielding chavs, the bushy-browed fool stops his car (instead of ploughing straight through them) and pays for his stupid mistake with his life. It's dumb beyond belief.

While not nearly as bad as many of the other reviews make out (I reserve my '1/10's for completely unwatchable dross that actually makes my eyes hurt), the film is certainly undeserving of its 'Night of…' title.

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