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Last of the Living (2009)

Not Rated | | Comedy, Horror, Sci-Fi | 3 May 2009 (UK)
A contagious virus is turning everyone into zombies, and the only hope for survival lies in the hands of three couch potatoes.


Logan McMillan


Logan McMillan

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Cast overview, first billed only:
Morgan Williams Morgan Williams ... Morgan
Robert Faith Robert Faith ... Johnny
Ashleigh Southam Ashleigh Southam ... Ash
Stacey Stevens Stacey Stevens ... Zombie Girl
Jullian Josland Jullian Josland ... Builder Zombie / Downtown Zombie (as Julian Josland)
Shaun Garea Shaun Garea ... Builder Zombie (as Shaun Garrea)
Alisdair Muir Alisdair Muir ... Builder Zombie (as Alisdar Muir)
Grant Carter-Brown Grant Carter-Brown ... Builder Zombie
Sam Elimelech Sam Elimelech ... Builder Zombie
Kim Nash Kim Nash ... Builder Zombie
Cheese Cheese ... Builder Zombie
Ben Edwards Ben Edwards ... Builder Zombie
Logan McMillan Logan McMillan ... Vegan Zombie / Police Leader - Voice
Annette Sikora Annette Sikora ... Girlfriend
Mark Edwards Mark Edwards ... Mark Fieldman


A highly contagious virus is spreading throughout the land. With one bite, it's only hours before victims will turn into zombies and hunt for human flesh. Morgan, Ash, and Johnny might just be the only humans left, but they don't seem to mind and find enjoyment lounging around in their underwear living in vacant homes. When they stumble upon a hot girl who just may have a cure, the three decide it's finally time to step up to the plate and save the world- and the girl. Now the only hope for survival lies in their hands. Written by jk

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Those Damned Dead Just Won't Die


Comedy | Horror | Sci-Fi


Not Rated | See all certifications »

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New Zealand



Release Date:

3 May 2009 (UK) See more »

Also Known As:

Последняя обитель See more »

Filming Locations:

Wellington, New Zealand See more »

Company Credits

Production Co:

Gorilla Pictures See more »
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Aspect Ratio:

2.35 : 1
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Did You Know?


"We shot about 90% of it for $5,000 USD. Then cut a trailer together put it up an Youtube and got a further $40k USD as a pre-sales deal." - Logan McMillan See more »


When flying toward Stewart Island, the wing of the camera plane can be clearly be seen on the right of the screen. See more »


References Enter the Dragon (1973) See more »

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Surprise hit
13 January 2009 | by LoganGorillaSee all my reviews

Sometimes home grown can surprise you. Expectations for this low budget kiwi zombie flick set in Christchurch were not high for this reviewer, but the comedy horror feature length spoof turned up trumps recently with its premiere at the NZ Film Festival.

The cost to make the film was rumoured to have not reached the six figure mark. But it doesn't show, as this film has style, following in the tracks of Peter Jackson's early effort "Bad Taste" with its exploding sheep and kiwi humour mayhem.

It opens with a lone figure tramping deserted streets that suggests a post apocalypse setting. Zombies appear suddenly and are dispatched just as quickly in a over the top splatter manner by said lone figure. He links up with two fellow survivor mates who also casually knock off scary looking zoms with a skill saw, baseball bat, a golf club and any other weapon to hand.

The trio are an unlikely combo of geeky ex accountant Ash (Ashleigh Southam) and his two mates Morgan (Morgan Williams) and a raving rock and roller Johnny (Robert Faith). They get by as best they can in spite of the flesh munching undead menace.Then the love interest arrives in the form of gorgeous young scientist (Emily Paddon-Brown) as she seeks to find the vaccine that will save what's left of the normal world. Sexual rivalry is of course then let loose amongst the chaos.

Crazy stuff, but delightfully delivered with some neat acting, very funny dialogue, great soundtrack and judicious editing. It has that sort of zany "Flight of the Conchords" feel about it, and could easily become a cult classic. Impressive first effort, lots of stars, a madcap film well worth a visit if it comes back in the mainstream cinemas.

Laurence Shaw

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