Night of the Dead: Leben Tod (2006)

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Pregnant and frightened, Anais is not allowed to leave the specialized hospital where her husband, Peter has a medical internship with his uncle, Dr. Gabriel Schreklich, a man with a serum ... See full summary »

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4 October 2012 | TheLittleSongbird
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| Simply awful
I've made no secret of disliking The Asylum's films, and saw Night of the Dead out of curiosity and to see if The Asylum were going to make something tolerable. I Am Omega is their best film and that only ranges from mediocre to decent. Night of the Dead is not their worst but I'm afraid I have to counterbalance the positive reviews and say that I didn't like it at all. The lack of originality was a problem, as there is nothing that is surprising at all here, but not the biggest problem. In terms of story it was the pace that was the let down. It unfolds very slowly, nothing wrong with that providing that the story itself is interesting, in Night of the Dead's case it wasn't, coming across as insipid and dull instead. The stupidity of some scenes is overwhelming, I never bought the idea that the characters even in the same buildings could be so oblivious to everything that's going on. The scene with the frog is over far too quickly and none of the attacks are suspenseful or horrifying. Some have said the gore was creative, I personally found it very phony and eventually somewhat excessive also. Technically, Night of the Dead is no better. The special effects are artificial and the editing is choppy. Things get even worse in written quality, with dialogue that is hackneyed and reeks of cheese and characters that are never developed and annoyed the heck out of me, in fact not in a while have I seen characters from any film act so stupid. The acting is also awful, there is a strong impression that nobody wanted to be there and with dialogue and characters as bad as they were I am not surprised. I personally found the leads to be too bland to have one ounce of likability. If there is one redeeming quality, it is a semi-decent last 10 minutes, it is at least decently paced and has some tension. However it does come far too late, especially considering that by the halfway mark I seriously did consider turning the film off, but being fair I stuck with it. Overall, really awful with next to nothing to like about it. 1/10 Bethany Cox

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Release Date:

1 October 2006

Language

English, Spanish, German


Country of Origin

USA

Filming Locations

Long Beach, California, USA

Box Office

Budget:

$250,000 (estimated)

Opening Weekend:

$788,000 (USA) (27 October 2006)

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