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Ana, a young beautiful nurse finishes her day-shift at the hospital to return home to her beloved husband, they make love and sleep together. The next day, after her husband is killed by her neighbor next door, he suddenly comes back to life. She discovers the chaos happening in her neighborhood and escapes from her home. Soon after coming to her senses in the woods, she encounters a cop and other survivors, they decide to find safety in a mall. Soon more survivors come, and they learn that if they want to stay alive, they should stick together as the world is overrun by an army of undead. Can they survive the horror in this horrific global chaos? When there is no more room in hell, the dead will walk the earth.
Ana goes home to her peaceful suburban residence, but she is unpleasantly surprised the morning that follows when her husband is brutally attacked by her zombified neighbor. In the chaos of her once picturesque neighborhood, Ana flees and stumbles upon a police officer named Kenneth, along with more survivors who decide that their best chances of survival would be found in the deserted Crossroads Shopping Mall. When supplies begin running low and other trapped survivors need help, the group comes to the realization that they cannot stay put forever at the Shopping Mall, and devise a plan to escape.
This is an excellent remake of the 1978 horror classic,especially when you consider the trash that comes nowadays in the horror genre.I had my doubts about it because I really love the original movie and remakes are not my favorite movies.This movie proved my wrong though since the pace and storyline are very good.
In this comment I will compare the two movies and give my opinion on the changes and so forth: - First of all the dialogue,which is in both movies very cool although I think that the original has got the better lines and facial expressions that go with it. - Romero vs. Snyder is no contest but who knows in the future what we will hear from Snyder? The acting is superior in the original as are the characters.It is funny to see that the names of the characters have completely changed but the looks and appearances have somehow stayed intact. -The actors in the 2004 version are not famous except for the always cool Ving Rhames,inevitably he's my favorite character of the movie! It is nice to see that Zack Snyder used several actors of the original in cameo roles, there is Tom Savini(biker and make-up artist in 1978) as a sheriff,Scott H. Reiniger(Roger in 1978) as a general and Ken Foree(Peter in 1978 and my favorite character in the movie) as the televangelist.Just like Romero in 1978,Snyder also appears in his version. - Both movies have a pregnant woman in it,although I have to say that it's importance is not big in 1978 while it is very important(and gory,haha) in 2004. - What has been enhanced in the 2004 version is the intro and the end credits which are simply brilliant.While 1978 has a rather dull yet important intro 2004 begins with a bang.The end credits are really great with the video camera shootings during the credits. DON'T GO AWAY RIGHT AFTER THE MOVIE HAS FINISHED,CAUSE IT HASN'T!!! - The ending of 2004 (during the credits) is at an "deserted" island,in 1978 there is a conversation between out heroes and some police officers who are talking about going to such an island,just a minor detail yet it has probably been copied. - Very significant is the speed of the Zombies,as they are slow and almost slapstick like in 1978 they are very fast in 2004.Yet,the mindlessness of the Zombies remains the same in both movies and so it should be. - It has to be said that the humour in he original is superior to the remake.But has got a lot to do with the story and critical point of view of the original.Yet the scenes with Andy,who lives across the street from the mall,are really funny.Especially the "kill the celebrity" sequence! - The tagline of both movies "When there's no more room in hell, the dead will walk the earth" is used in both movies and both times it is spoken out by Ken "Peter" Foree;Well done,Zack Snyder! - There is a scene in a weapons store in the 1978 version,which is very important since it provides our heroes the necessary armour.This has been copied in 2004 yet it has changed into a private weapons depot in Andy's house, Ving Rhames' buddy across the street from the mall.
- Both movies have the same Zombie contamination (both after bites from the Zombie).That means that also the killing of infected heroes is the same,one scene is copied although not with the same character.The scene in 1978 in which Roger becomes a Zombie has been copied in 2004 although now it has become a dirty fat woman.Yet the same camera technique and tension has been used. - The story is far better in 1978,the social comment of the original is not very present in 2004.Yet,the same mall has been used.Only in 1978 there is more attention to mass consumption (Francine about the mall:"What are they doing? Why do they come here? Stephen: Some kind of instinct. Memory, of what they used to do. This was an important place in their lives.") than in 2004 which is wise to some extent since the audience nowadays doesn't seem to want those comments in horror movies.I really enjoyed it though in the original,even if it takes some time to explain it visually.(the 1978 version is over 2 hours while the 2004 version is about 90 minutes long) - The soundtrack of the original is massive and really cool.The synthesizer like noise really gives an extra dimension to it and therefore I appreciate the original on this point.Yet,the "mall muzak" remains the same in both. - The addition in 1978 of the bikers has totally vanished in the remake. A pity since I really liked those sequences.Those were also the most gory sequences in the original and therefore also makes the original champion on that point.Of course there is some gore in the remake,but not as good and cheap as in the original. - Both movies have a "bad" ending which makes both movies even better than they already are,of course the original was a second edition of a trilogy while the remake stands on it's own.
Two other things:I really enjoyed the "A-Team,let's build an armoured car" sequence.Of course Ving Rhames used the blow torch. Another funny thing for me as a Dutchman was to see the actor Jake Webber who is a complete look a like of our nation's football goalie Edwin van der Sar.
Overall I have to say that the remake is a great horror film and would be the greatest Zombie movies ever yet the original and "Night of the Living Dead (1968)" are classics in the genre and I truly love those two.Both are in my horror top 10. Still,the 2004 version is a very good movie and deserves the credit of a very crafty and exciting horror.
1978: 9/10 (currently number 73 in my all time top 100 list)
The dead will walk the Earth...over my dead body! Sarah Polley, Ving Rhames, and Mekhi Phifer lead the cast in this re-imagining of George A. Romero's horror classic: Dawn Of The Dead. I say re-imagining; because, any attempt to classify this film as a remake would be inaccurate. Aside from cameos by original "Dead" actors, a few in-jokes related to the original "Dead", the shopping mall setting, and the title, this film is its own entity. After an intense beginning full of horrifying images, the film settles into "introduce the motley band of characters" mode. A nurse, police officer, young interracial couple, mall security with little men syndrome, and a few others are thrown together in order to build up the zombie fodder numbers. We don't really know who is going to get it next or why. The film is absent of the social commentary that Romero's film contained, but there's a terrific scenario involving a rooftop sniper trying to survive that reduces normal human beings to mindless, non-discriminating perpetrators of equally bloodthirsty violence. I doubt whether the writer or director intended this scenario to have any effect beyond the comical one it had. The film contains a few other welcome scenes of grotesque humor as well, mostly in the middle third of the film. The film picks up again when the survivors decide that they must flee before becoming zombie stew. The film contains several extremely intense scenes of graphic gore and violence in the last third of it. It seems like nearly every object becomes a potential weapon in this film besides the wide assortment of guns and ammunition: An ax, a croquet mallet, and the horror film staple, a chainsaw. The film is supposedly set in a fictional town near Milwaukee, but it was obviously filmed elsewhere. Aside from the Wisconsin license plate on a car in the early part of the movie and a media news brief, there is nothing else that I saw that places the film in Wisconsin. Most of the movie was actually made in the Canadian substitute for the Midwest these days: Ontario. The film bears more than a passing resemblance to the recent 28 Days Later, but it stands on its own merits. There are too sudden character transformations and a few plot holes, like how did they know which boat to run to near the end? However, this film will satisfy most horror fans out there. Stay tuned through the closing credits. *** of 4 stars.
It's mindless entertainment, so take it or leave it.
When her neighbors, as well as her husband, are turned into murderous zombies, Milwaukee (Wisconsin) nurse Ana (Sarah Polley
) takes refuge in a shopping mall where she and several other survivors, including policeman Kenneth (Ving Rhames
), TV salesman Michael (Jake Weber
), Andre (Mekhi Phifer
) and his pregnant wife Luda (Inna Korobkina
), mall security guards C.J. (Michael Kelly
), Bart (Michael Barry
), and Terry (Kevin Zegers
), as well as a number of other survivors who make it to the mall, join together to fight off the zombies trying to get to them. Dawn of the Dead is a remake of the 1978 film Dawn of the Dead (1978)
, which was written and directed by American-Canadian filmmaker George A. Romero
. Romero's screenplay was rewritten by American filmmaker James Gunn. Vivian (Hannah Lochner
) wasn't her daughter. She was a neighbour. This is supported when Ana is getting home from work and Vivian is out rollerblading, and Ana says, "Say hi to your mom for me." It's likely that Ana left the front door unlocked and Vivian, now a zombie, wandered in. As for Ana's husband Luis (Louis Ferreira
), Ana was very confused, frightened and most likely in a state of shock. At one moment, everything is fine; the next, her husband is dying; then he's trying to kill her. Her basic instinct of self-preservation kicked in. All that was on her mind was to get away. Once things had calmed down and they were secured in the mall, Ana had time to think and feel and finally broke down and started to cry about her husband. Simple. He was never bitten. The wound he sustained on his arm was from cutting it on a lighting fixture on the fountain while wrestling with a zombie. This confusion could stem from the difference between the writer of the screenplay, James Gunn, and whoever decided to suggest a reason for the zombies on the DVD case cover. Because the cover claims that it is a virus, some viewers were confused as to why an open wound did not expose Kenneth to the virus when grappling with the wounded zombie or why the water did not allow the virus to carry from the open wounds of the zombie and through Kenneth's open wound into his system. However, Gunn has denied the virus theory and has said that, when he wrote the screenplay, he envisioned it to be just the same as a vampire bite...more supernatural or inexplicable in nature. "Virus" is just a general term for something that can be transmitted into the body and do harm. In John Carpenter's Vampires (1998)
, Montoya (Daniel Baldwin
) says, "Doesn't matter what you call it...virus, kool-aid, whatever. It does the same thing...turns you into a vampire." So it could be considered a "supernatural virus" but the DVD cover just said "virus" so readers wouldn't associate it with ghosts, which is common with the term "supernatural". Because her wound was so minuscule. It was a small half inch cut on her forearm. The more severe the wound, the quicker they turn. For instance; when Ana's husband was bitten on the neck, Vivian was going for the artery. This would result in the victim rapidly bleeding out and quickly dying. This explains why Ana was telling herself, "I can't get it, I can't get it!", when she was trying to save him by pinching the artery and preventing any further blood loss. Anyway, a person doesn't turn into a zombie until they die. The virus gradually takes over living cells and replaces them with "undead" ones. When someone is bitten on the hand, arm, or leg, the virus is slower to take over the living cells until it does eventually kill them, at which point they reanimate. When they are bitten on the neck and bleed to death quickly or are killed in some other way (aside from being shot in the head), they will re-animate immediately after death. It is implied that Monica (Kim Poirier
) was indeed a stripper and that she was also sleeping with Steve (Ty Burrell
). Whether they were already seeing each other before the outbreak or they hooked up in the mall is left to the viewer to decide. The fortified bus makes it to the marina with hordes of zombies closing in from behind. As the group hurries down the dock to get onto the boat, C.J. remains behind to cover them. One by one, the zombies climb through the rear door of the bus and C.J. shoots them. He tries to get out through the door at the front of the bus but finds that it's jammed. "Figures," he says. He reloads his gun and fires a bullet into the propane tank, causing a huge explosion. The resulting fire keeps the zombies from following the rest of the group out on the dock. Ana, Nicole (Lindy Booth
), Terry, Kenneth, and Chips the dog climb aboard the boat. Ana holds out her hand to help Michael aboard, but he shows her the bite on his arm and says that he's going to stay behind "and enjoy the sunrise." He kisses Ana's hand and gives the boat a shove out into the water. As the boat moves further out, he puts his gun under his chin and pulls the trigger while Ana watches sadly. Bloated Woman (Ermes Blarasin
): Already far along in her infection when she arrives in the mall, she finally dies, re-animates and attacks Ana. Ana impales the woman through the eye with a fire poker.
Frank (Matt Frewer
): Bitten on the hand before arriving at the mall, the survivors finally deduce that it's the bites that cause the infection. Kenneth (Ving Rhames
) quarantines Frank and waits with him until he turns. Once he turns, Kenneth kills him.
Bart (Michael Barry
): While attempting to turn on the generators in the parking garage, Bart is bitten in the neck by a legless zombie. The others start to run, but Bart falls behind and is swarmed by a group of zombies and presumably torn apart. He is never seen as a zombie.
Luda (Inna Korobkina
): Bitten on the arm by Ben Cozine early in the film. Her husband eventually secludes her and ties her to a bed while she goes in to labour. Luda dies, re-animates, and delivers her infected child. Norma walks in, sees the zombified Luda, and shoots her in the head.
Andre (Mekhi Phifer
): Derranged at the fact that his wife and newborn child are now zombies, he feels determined to keep his family together. Once Norma shoots Luda, he shoots Norma. Norma returns fire at him, and he dies from his wounds.
Norma (Jayne Eastwood
): The rest of the survivors hear the gunshots and find Andre and Luda shot to death and Norma on her way to dying. With her last breath she says "The son of a bitch shot me!" then dies.
Andy (Bruce Bohne
): Starving in his gun shop across the street from the mall, the group decides to send the dog Chips over to him with some supplies. Andy lets Chips in through a small shutter in the door, but a few zombies try and get in as well and bite him on the leg. It's likely they got him in the artery because he dies very fast and re-animates. The group go over to rescue Nicole (Lindy Booth
) (who went after the dog) and to get weapons. Kenneth puts Andy out of his misery by shooting him in the head with a shotgun.
Tucker (Boyd Banks
): Covering the escape of the group that went to get the guns, Tucker falls down the man-hole cover and breaks his ankle. CJ (Michael Kelly
) tries to drag him to safety but the zombies catch up and start biting Tucker. Tucker tells CJ to shoot him, and so CJ does.
Monica (Kim Poirier
): While the survivors are fleeing in the fortified buses, Glen picks up a chainsaw to deal with a zombie on the side of the 2nd bus. Kenneth makes a hard left turn and Glen falls over while wielding the chainsaw and lands on Monica, cutting her in half from shoulder to abdomen.
Glen (R.D. Reid
): The accidental killing of Monica led to some blood spraying over Kenneth and onto the windshield of the bus causing Kenneth to veer off the road and crash the bus. Glen was either impaled by his own chainsaw or broke his neck in the crash.
Steve (Ty Burrell
): Tries to save himself by crawling out of the crashed bus. A zombie perched on top of the bus pounces on him before he can fire a shot. When the group from the first bus go to check on the crashed bus, Steve wanders up to them, now a zombie. Ana blows his head off without hesitation as she promised she would do earlier in the film.
C.J. (Michael Kelly
): When the bus reaches the marina docks, everyone runs for the boat. While laying cover fire from the back of the bus, C.J. gets swarmed. He tries to exit through the entrance at the front of the bus but finds that it's jammed. So he says "Fuckin' figures." lights a flare and shoots a propane canister, taking himself and dozens of zombies with him.
Michael (Jake Weber
): Reveals that he was bitten on the arm when the group was attacked. He casts off the boat but stays behind. As the boat moves out over the water, he pulls out his gun, puts it under his chin, and pulls the trigger.
Survivors: Kenneth, Ana, Terry, Nicole, and Chips (the dog) are the only members of the group to survive the mall and the trip to the marina. However, during the end credits scene, it is shown that they quickly run out of water and food, and the ship runs out of fuel. Later, some of the mechanics catch fire. When they finally reach an island, they discover that it, too, is overrun with zombies, and likely die soon after arriving (although that is not confirmed). No, although his name is metioned in the credits as having helped with the screenplay, they are merely referring to him as the writer of the screenplay for the original Dawn of the Dead (1978)
(1978). He did in fact watch the film after he was done filming Land of the Dead (2005)
(2005). George A Romero's comment on the remake:
It was better than I expected. ... The first 15, 20 minutes were terrific, but it sort of lost its reason for being. It was more of a video game. I'm not terrified of things running at me; it's like Space Invaders. There was nothing going on underneath.
He further criticises the running zombies in his next Dead film Diary of the Dead (2007)
(2007) when character Jason claims that dead things don't run. George Romero's original rule for zombies is that once any person dies, be it from natural causes, suicide, murder, car accident, etc., as long as the brain is intact the person will come back as a zombie. That left some mysterious supernatural reasoning for why zombies came to be in the first place, hence the tagline "when there's no more room in hell: the Dead will walk the earth." This line is repeated in this film but doesn't hold the same meaning as it did in the original film. We can assume that the "Romero Rule" wasn't employed, seeing as how the zombies can run. Also this is supported by when Andre and Norma shoot each other, they both die from multiple gunshot wounds but neither were shot in the head and neither come back to life. The surviving characters specifically mention this fact after they find the bodies. Although Universal has not made an official announcement, the studio has asked Zack Snyder
to direct a sequel to his film. Snyder announced that he has agreed to do it, but that James Gunn will not return to write the script. Snyder also stated that his sequel will not be a remake of Day of the Dead, which was the sequel to the original Dawn of the Dead. However, it is highly unlikely that the film will happen any time soon, because Snyder already has plenty of films lined up for the next two to three years. The song is "It's a Wonderful Life" by Sparklehorse
. The remake of the cult horror film Dawn of the Dead was released on DVD in a longer version. This version shows, additionally to new plot-scenes, also several violence-scenes, which had to be cut for the theatrical release in the USA. There's a scene early into the movie where a topless woman was censored. While, e.g. in the German version of the Director's Cut you can see her naked breasts, the US version offers an additional pool of blood to cover her up. a5c7b9f00b
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