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Night of the Dead: Leben Tod (2006)

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 ... See full summary »


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Cast overview, first billed only:
Louis Graham Louis Graham ... Dr. Gabriel Schreklich
Deirdre V. Lyons ... Schatzi (as Deirdre Lyons)
Lola Forsberg ... Christi
Joey Jalalian ... Anais Sturben
Scarlet Garcia ... Carolina
Carla Valentine ... Rosaria
Paul Morquecho Paul Morquecho ... Hector
Silvia McClure ... Nurse Krankenhaus
Kenyetta Lethridge ... Nurse Stark
Gabriel Womack ... Peter Sturben
David Reynolds David Reynolds ... Gunther
Scott Brown Scott Brown ... E.M.T.
Thor Forsberg Thor Forsberg ... Fireman
Charles Schneider ... Autopsy Ghoul
Alex DeVorak ... Zargotha


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 Eric Forsberg

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English | Spanish | German

Release Date:

1 October 2006 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

Night of the Dead: Leben Tod See more »

Filming Locations:

Long Beach, California, USA


Box Office


$250,000 (estimated)

Opening Weekend USA:

$788,000, 27 October 2006, Limited Release

Cumulative Worldwide Gross:

$1,700,000, 31 December 2008
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Company Credits

Production Co:

Cerebral Experiment See more »
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Aspect Ratio:

1.85 : 1
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Did You Know?


When Schreklich goes to visit his zombie wife and daughter, the door he opens to their room reverses sides from when he's outside to when he's inside. See more »


Anais Sturben: [screams] You're insane!
Dr. Gabriel Schreklich: Yes!
Dr. Gabriel Schreklich: But who gives a shit!
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Spin-off Feel the Disease (2006) See more »


Feel the Disease
Written by David Vaughn, Emily Carlstrom and Jay Hood
Performed by Kissing Violet
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Blood, Guts and fun!
26 September 2006 | by whateverfilmsSee all my reviews

I had the chance to see this film at the Shriekfest film festival a few days ago and it was a hoot. It reminded me of some great horror films from the 1970s: shockingly gory, incredibly violent and a lot of fun. Half the fun of the film was the audience response. People covered their eyes, gagged loudly, and laughed in all the right spots. This is a dead-on, squirm-in-your-seat blood-fest with enough fun to make it a great film to watch with friends.

It opens with a scientist (well played by Louis Graham) injecting a dissected frog with some sort of life returning chemical. The frog comes to life all right, and attacks. Later the scientist uses the same mixture on some people and the the results are similar. He keeps trying new versions in an attempt to perfect it and some work better than others. His assistant, played by Gabriel Womack, and the assistants pregnant wife get tangled up in the whole mess when things go bad.

The plot line is very straight forward like a 1950s mad scientist movie, but the writer's take on it is very human and new. No one is a mustache twirling villain. Everyone is trying to do what they believe is right. I've seen a lot of movies lately where I don't like anyone. In this film I pretty much like everyone of the mains, and I believe where they are coming from.

Noted performances by David Reynolds (House of 1000 Corpses) and the woman who plays the mother. But in general, all of the performances were pretty good. Also, the little girl was very creepy.

They list the budget at a quarter of a million but in the Q&A after-wards the director said that that included a lot of unpaid and deferred costs. The producer said that she funded the whole thing by selling her house. Hey, why not. It looks really good for a low budget flick.

But the most striking thing about the movie is the blood. I have never seen such relentless violence in a film. A zombie gets tied up at one point and gets his head bashed in with a hammer and a mace and it keeps going and going down to the stump. It was incredible. And there are a dozen moments like that in the film. There is nothing out there like it.

To wrap up, this film is a bash and blast blood party and the Shriefest screening was great fun for all.

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