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Diary of the Dead (2007)
Georgie should have watched Blair Witch first
The production values of this were just good enough to give the whole movie an air of unreality.
The documentary premise only works if you actually believe you are seeing a documentary. Too many of the shots looked staged or it looked like a steady cam was used with an occasional camera shake to try to convince us this wasn't a slick Hollywood production. The flashbacks were also thrown in in a very unrealistic way. No college kid would edit the footage together like this. It looks too professionally done to have been created by a group of people facing Armageddon.
In Blair Witch Project, the sound frequently faded in and out and seemed to come from the wrong direction whenever they switched cameras. I also agree with the reviewer who said that the voice-overs and music were distracting. Did George really feel that he needed to rip-off Resident Evil? George Romero should quit trying to resurrect this genre. He stole the original idea from The Last Man on Earth with Vincent Price anyhow, and the people who came after George did much more with it than he ever could.
George, take your fat checkbook, buy an island somewhere and hope that the world IS overrun by zombies. Only someone who's brain has really died would find value in this film.
City of Rott (2006)
Avoid this like the plague!!!
This movie is a big steaming pile of crap that runs about an hour too long. It is like a worm that will wiggle into your brain, kill you, and leave you a shambling, rotting, mindless husk. The entire movie involves the same scene over and over again - a poorly animated walker repeated splatters equally poorly animated zombies.
Plot Summary: A completely unlikeable old man, argues with himself and his walker while looking for a pair of shoes. It's supposed to be funny, but it becomes tedious fast. There is no plot and you quickly find that you hate all of the main characters. Whoever wrote and produced this big, steaming pile of garbage needs to have himself checked for worms in the brain. For a truly funny zombie movie check out Shaun of the Dead or Dead Alive. A law should be passed banning everyone involved in the making of this unfunny ripoff from ever working in motion pictures again.
If I am not being clear enough, let me just say, THIS MOVIE STINKS!!! BAD!!!
This was one of the first DVD's I purchased; what a mistake!
This "movie" is actually the DVD equivalent of a "Choose Your Own Adventure Book" as viewers make choices to affect the outcome. The problems with this DVD are almost too numerous to mention. The most glaring one; however, is that, although viewers affect the outcome of what they are viewing by making choices, there are no intelligent choices to make. For every scenario, you are not allowed to choose between actions. Your choices are: "1", "2", "3", "4". Yes. THAT'S RIGHT: "1", "2", "3", "4". It would have been better to make the choices stuff like, "Have James turn left" or "have him turn right" or "have him say this" or "have him do that". Also, making the wrong choice forces you to eventually relive the entire scenario, which gets old, reaaal quick. Some of the actresses were cute, but no nudity which you would expect from this type of film and which might have made the whole experience slightly less painful. Finally, the guy who played James was annoying. What might have been a decent idea, is ruined through poor implementation.