The Dead 2010

When the last evacuation flight out of war torn Africa crashes off the coast American Air Force Engineer Lieutenant Brian Murphy (Rob Freeman 'Saving Private Ryan') emerges as the sole survivor in a land where the dead are retuning to life and attacking the l…
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MA15+
Strong horror violence, blood and gore

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When the last evacuation flight out of war torn Africa crashes off the coast American Air Force Engineer Lieutenant Brian Murphy (Rob Freeman 'Saving Private Ryan') emerges as the sole survivor in a land where the dead are retuning to life and attacking the living. On the run in a hostile landscape, Murphy has to fight for survival in a land where zombies lurk around every corner.

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90mins

Member Reviews

  • truly terrible. zero plot. zero plausibility, even with zombies. script atrocious; whole scenes, particularly in the second half, appeared as if the writers had completely given up. literally dozens of scenes that followed the same dull formula - safe from zombies, zombies approaching slowly, mild tension builds, kill zombies, tension gone. zero stars not 1

  • I quite enjoyed this movie, there really was no where to hide. I too enjoyed the African setting being a bit different to other films of this genre, definintely have to be a fan of the zombie though.

  • For it's genre (and you have to be a zombie film lover to enjoy this one) it doesn't do to bad a job. Love the African setting (African zombies, African landscape). Really like the return to the slow moving shambler type zombie (ala Romero) and it's nice for it to be a dramatic zombie film (rather than tongue in cheek) . For a zombie film I liked the period of quietness in the film. However, it would have gotten four stars from this zombie connoisseur if there were a few less zombie attacks along the way (they get a little predictable) and also if some of the plot opportunities (running out of water, the baby) had been taken advantage of a bit more (they were sort of introduced and then in the next scene discarded). The acting was reasonable for a zombie flick, the script wasn't bad, special effects pretty good. All in all I would recommend to the zombie-flick fan.

  • Wow such negative reviews apart from one. I reaaly enjoyed this as both a zombie film and a human drama and most didnt seem to understand they tried to be different from most with this while sticking to the trational zombie trappings others have done. Most complained about the ending but the guy said "There is hope" meaning possible sequels.

  • If only there was an end! Walking walking walking... to where??? Those poor zombies.

    Jan
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