In a photograph in Dylan's flat, we can see him and his assistant masked as Groucho Marx. In another scene, we can see that Dylan keeps his weapons stashed in a safe behind a Duck Soup (1933) poster (a Marx brothers movie). Both are references to the Dylan Dog comics on which this movie is loosely based on. Although in the comics, Dylan's assistant, sidekick and comical relief is not the zombie from the movie, but a stage actor who looks exactly like Groucho Marx, calls himself Groucho, and always dresses and behaves like the legendary comedian (it's implied this is due to the character's slight insanity). See more »
When Dylan takes the handgun from the disgruntled husband early in the film, he is shown making the weapon safe. However, by racking the slide BEFORE ejecting the magazine, this would eject a cartridge but immediately replace it with another. So unless the businessman came with only one bullet, the gun would still have a bullet left in the chamber. See more »
l am a big fan of Dylan Dog comics and this is one of worst adaptation of comics ever.It seems like people who made this movie never read any DD comic, they just got a screenplay and decide to make a horror comedy or something like that. Is it really that hard to investigate, to read, to feel the atmosphere of movie. l guess it is for those moneymakers. l don't know what to think about people who are willing to spit on masterpiece as Dylan Dogs comics are. Whole generation of kids in my country grow reading DD and Alan Ford, Marvel's comics as so many people around a world and You dare to make something stupid and disappointing as this "blockbusterd" is. Shame on You guys
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