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Night of the Living Dead 3D (2006)
I quite liked it.
I watched the remake of George Romero's 'Night of the living dead' this morning and I certainly wasn't expecting much because I had read some reviews on it and judging by the 3.4 rating that it got, I wasn't sure I was going to like it.
As soon as I saw that Sid Haig or 'Captain Spaulding' from the famous 'House of 1000 corpses' and 'The devils rejects' which I personally thought were two of the best films I've ever seen, I wanted to see it. I loved Sid as Captain Spaulding and I thought if he acted as well as he did in the 'The devils rejects' and 'House of 1000 corpses' then I would be satisfied. And I was. Obviously he wasn't as good in this as he was in the other two films but he still managed to make me laugh.
Anyway, I'm not here to review Sid Haig's acting, I'm here to review the whole movie as a whole. People are saying that the acting was awful, I thought that the acting was good, they weren't going to win any awards or anything but it certainly wasn't terrible. I did not watch this film in the cinema so I did not see it in 3D. I've heard that the 3D was pointless so I'm not too disappointed to of not seen it in 3D. The effects weren't very good because the film had such a low budget and the gore wasn't very realistic. The film had a few flaws, such as there wasn't very much zombie action which I was a little disappointed about seeing as I am a big fan of blood and guts in horror films! Overall this is not a bad movie and I would definitely recommend it to any fans of zombie/horror films, it was fun to watch and it made me laugh in parts but it also had some saddening moments, which I'll leave to you to find out if you decide to watch this flick, and I definitely think that is worthy of a 7 and not the ridiculous 3.4 it's been given!