DVD Another Night of the Living Dead

DVD Another Night of the Living Dead
DVD Another Night of the Living Dead
Run time: 85 min
Rating: 3.1
Genres: Comedy
Director: Alan Smithee
Writers: George A. Romero, John A. Russo
Stars: Karl Hardman, Duane Jones, Judith O’Dea
Storyline
A bunch of strangers barricade themselves in a farmhouse during a zombie uprising. Sound familiar? It should! Director Alan Smithee takes us on an irreverent (and unauthorized) romp through George A. Romero’s classic NIGHT OF THE LIVING DEAD, the film that spawned the modern zombie craze and a thousand “of the living dead” remakes and rip-offs (like this one). Smithee’s new characters and dialogue, and a healthy dose of nudity and adult language, put a fresh spin on one of the best known films of all time! Written by Drive-In Pictures [us]
Details:
Country: USA
Release Date: 29 September 2011 (USA)
Box Office
Budget: $15,000 (estimated)

2 Comments

  1. What the hell is anybody supposed to say about this? The tragic theft of Night of the Living Dead is the biggest crime in American cinematic history since Fatty Arbuckle got linked to a dead girl. The fact that no one in Washington has seen fit to return the copyright to the rightful owners who actually toiled to create it, well it's just reprehensible. It's not like anyone else is out there counterclaiming it as their property. We all know who created and rightfully owns the film. Uncountable millions of dollars in profits have been reaped in by this film, but very little of it ever went to where it should, as these awesome, wonderful people who changed the cinema forever, and left an undeniable mark that will be remembered for as long as there is a human race watching films…well they continue to labor to earn a living, when they should be living their twilight years on easy street. Many have them have already passed away, and their numbers are dwindling. Still, no justice for Image Ten and the participants of the film. Shame on you Washington, shame on you thieves, shame on you bigwigs with influence in the film business and lastly shame on all of us for loving the film and then not creating enough of a public outrage and demand that this property is returned to it's rightful caretakers.

    Now, like so many unconscionable jerks before him,…now comes along Alan Smithee trying to benefit and profit from the hard work of others who owe him nothing. Go make your own movie scumbag.

    Smithee should be tarred and feathered. If you love NOTLD, and care about the people who made it…boycott this garbage.

  2. We all love NOTLD, that's a given, but revisiting this landmark feature with a comedic twist was a pleasure! The producer of this movie obviously spent a lot of time familiarizing him/herself with the original flick, and went to great lengths to recreate sets, wardrobe, vehicles etc., to match the late 1960's look and feel…

    Though the acting in the "new" parts of the movie aren't stellar, the nearly seamless incorporation of the old and new footage brought new life to more or less boring movie (by today's standards, of course)…

    If you like parody/spoof films, this is a MUST see!

    I look forward to seeing what this group does next…

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