Pregnant and frightened, Anais is not allowed to leave the specialized hospital where her husband, Peter has a medical internship with his uncle, Dr. Gabriel Schreklich, a man with a serum ...
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Pregnant and frightened, Anais is not allowed to leave the specialized hospital where her husband, Peter has a medical internship with his uncle, Dr. Gabriel Schreklich, a man with a serum that can resurrect the dead. But things go terribly wrong and the Ghouls take over the hospital. Now, the only way for Anais to save her unborn baby is to get one of the Ghouls to help her to escape.Written by
When Peter is in a hallway shooting Zombies with his shotgun as he attempts to help his wife escape. He comes through a door, he shoots a zombie in the head, when the scene cuts to the distant shot, the hand of a set worker who is standing behind the door can be seen reaching around, holding the device that sprays the blood onto the door. After a second, the hand and device that sprayed the blood are pulled back behind the door. See more »
Night of the Dead is a relatively disgusting D movie about a mad German scientist that creates an elixir of life, but if it isn't administered properly it creates the ever so popular living dead zombies that hunger for human flash. The doctor experiments on his wife and daughter that were killed in a hit and run and also experiments on the unsuspecting visitors to his private clinic as he tries to perfect the serum. Some of the zombies can think, some can't, some are strong, some aren't so there's little continuity in the film. His nephew and nephew's pregnant wife are also staying in the clinic and have little knowledge of what's happening. The wacky staff seem oblivious as well. Some gratuitous nudity and lots of blood and guts make the film difficult to watch in some places. A real D movie with few redeeming qualities.
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