As the warm, bright sun refuses to set, and a series of equally perplexing events start to take place, the world, and the blissfully unsuspecting residents of the sleepy town of Centerville, are about to face the effects of corporate greed. Then, as the stone-faced police officers, Chief Cliff Robertson and Officer Ronnie Peterson, stop for doughnuts and coffee at the town's diner, unusual activity in the moon-lit cemetery and a blood-soaked scene of carnage could only mean one thing: this is the work of flesh-eating zombies. Before long, Officer Mindy Morrison and the glacially beautiful, katana-wielding undertaker, Zelda Winston, join the team of defenders, as hordes of relentless, ravenous undead swarm into the once-peaceful town craving meat. More and more, humans are at risk of becoming an endangered species. What happens when the dead just don't want to die?Written by
One of the headstones in the cemetery (shown twice) is for a "Samuel Fuller." That is a reference to legendary director Sam Fuller...whom director Jim Jarmusch admired, worked for, and collaborated with in the 1994 documentary "Tigrero: A Film that was Never Made." See more »
Immediately after Posie's "brutal attacks" report a number of zombies are shown emerging from graves. The engraving on the tombstones is all backwards, showing that this scene was flipped. See more »
I saw the trailer and all the great actors, so I was naturally excited. Then I saw the whole thing and was extremely disappointed. Such wasted talent. The acting of course was phenomenal but the writing was just dead.
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