Rated 2.5 out of 5 by 2 reviewers.
Rated 1 out of 5 by Being a fan of the living dead movies I was hoping that this movie would meet expectations. Granted the movie came out on the sci-fi channel I tried to give it the benefit of the doubt. But it was to no avail. The movie left dead-ends concerning the storyline. Levity and black humor was injected at a level that made the movie more of a farce than a sequel to the previous movies. The other Living Dead movies left a penetrable fear in me of zombies and the chance that it could really happen. This movie left me bored. At the end, a guy who turned into a zombie did not go after his friends in the traditional brain-eating fashion; instead he had a fist fight with a guy. Something's wrong with that. Plus, in the original Living Dead the zombies couldn't be destroyed unless they were incinerated. However in this movie a simple shot to the head sufficiently completed the job. Some may claim that because the trioxin used was a mutated form it allowed the zombies to be "mortal" in a way. I don't think I would watch this even if it came on tv again. 10/06/2009
1-2 of 2 total reviews
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