R | | Horror, Sci-Fi, Thriller
The living dead have taken over the world, and the last humans live in a walled city to protect themselves as they come to grips with the situation.
The rifle carried by Charlie (Robert Joy) is an M-1 Carbine, a weapon developed during World War II. It was noted for its superb accuracy (for a carbine), and also hated by the Marines for its puny stopping power.
Put some flowers in the graveyard.
Charlie: Put some flowers in the graveyard. How come you call them that, Riley? I don't get it. There here ain't the kind of flowers you lay on the ground, these here are sky flowers. Way up in heaven...
Riley: That's why I love ...
In one scene, Cholo is carrying a box of Champagne, and a box of cigars. In the next scene, the box of cigars has disappeared, only to reappear in Cholo's arm, as he deposits the box of Champagne on Kaufman's counter.
The old mid-1930s Universal Pictures logo begins the film.
Available in an uncut and unrated version on dvd, restoring both gore and dialogue cut from the theatrical version.
English, Spanish, Italian, Polish, French
$10,221,705 (USA) (26 June 2005)
$20,700,082 (USA) (5 January 2006)
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