In the sequel to DADDY, I'M A ZOMBIE, the fate of the planet is again in Dixie's hands as she fights to end a battle between the living and the dead, while also balancing her popularity and campaigning for student council.
A nameless robot girl has recently been given the gift of life from her creator, while exploring the wonders of an ordinary world she meets an amazing mutant boy and they share a friendship that must overcome their warring families.
70 million years ago dinosaurs ruled the Korean Peninsula the same way they ruled the rest of the earth. At that time the part of the land now known as Jeonnam Yeosu was the forest habitat ... See full summary »
In 1887, at age 23, reporter Nellie Bly, working for Joseph Pulitzer, feigns mental illness to go undercover in notorious Blackwell's Island a woman's insane asylum to expose corruption, abuse and murder.
A group of scientists have developed the Resonator, a machine which allows whoever is within range to see beyond normal perceptible reality. But when the experiment succeeds, they are immediately attacked by terrible life forms.
Dixie is a 13-year-old girl, unhappy with her life: five years ago her mother divorced from her father, a coroner, and in her college she is considered weird due to her gothic aspect. One night, Dixie suffers an accident when a tree crashes against her during a storm. Dixie wakes up later in the middle of a cemetery, turned in a zombie. With the help of Isis, an Egyptian mummy, and Gonner, a pirate zombie, Dixie tries to return to life, looking for Vitriol, a strange man who roams by the forest close to the cemetery. However, her search is followed by Negrida, an evil zombie witch who wants the Azoth, a mystical item which, according to the legend, will open the portal between the living world and the dead realm, giving Negrida the chance to accomplish her evil plans to invade the living world with her zombie armies. Written by
Piroska (Nigreda/Nebulosa's servant) and Ficzko (pirate zombie, called Gonner in the Spanish version) are loosely based in a manservant and a witch who helped Elizabeth Bathory, infamous Blood Countess, to kill more of 600 young girls to bath in their blood in order to preserve her youth. See more »
Not all of want our kids growing up on the candy floss that is Disney, or with their heads in the Puritanical sands. That being said, this is a pretty mindless movie and really just good for idle background noise.
Is this a movie for incredibly young children? No, aim more for 11+ with this one, in terms of content. As far as intellectual level goes, even small children would get bored.
The animation style is somewhere between Tim Burton, Jimmy Neutron, and Double Fine's video game "Psychonauts". There are some nods to Mr. Burton throughout the film, which is nice, just as it's nice to see more than one person putting out movies geared for the more Goth among us.
But, and I can not stress this enough, don't expect mental stimulation from this feel-good gothy film. Expect some pretty color combinations, darker themes, and a lot of useless dialog.
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