9 Comments

  • AntoineCool
    AntoineCool
    Old Man
    Comments: 3

    I remember watching this movie two years ago and Good Lord, wasn’t I stunned because of the idiocy of the film! Well, the film surely got what it deserved , thank you Phelous for giving the spectators good laughs once again!

  • aspire77
    aspire77
    Just might make the CUT
    Comments: 40

    ..Oh hi Jerry

  • Jellah-Feesh
    Jellah-Feesh
    Just might make the CUT
    Comments: 46

    For some reason, the “Hi.” line at the very end made me squeak. Not quite sure why…

  • odinseiya
    odinseiya
    Old Man
    Comments: 2

    BIG CROCODILE SCENE HAPPENING!! HAHAHAHAHAAHAHA!!! I can’t stop laughing hahahahahahaha

  • BlueCurse60
    BlueCurse60
    A Real Turtles Fighter
    Comments: 34

    The sign at 3:34 in the video says fucking Romero Ward!!! AAAAHH WHY!! It’s not clever shit-head director!!

  • Plasticlion
    Plasticlion
    CUUUUT
    Comments: 68

    Looks a lot like a bad Elmer’s Glue condition. Just take some glue, rub it into your skin, then when it dries peel it off! Movie magic from the 4th grade!

  • Punkster
    Punkster
    NewbieDotCom.Com
    Comments: 17

    I just wanted to leave a comment

  • disparityband
    disparityband
    Old Man
    Comments: 2

    This is probably old information or wrong, but I remember hearing this movie was some kind of scifi channel related production (this possibility especially seems to fit in with the horrible CGI magic floating light scene somehow) and that phelous is right about the script being unrelated to day of the dead besides slapping the name on it later.   BTW I did see this for rent at a video store once, but after looking at it for a second I knew there was something completely wrong about it.  I also still don’t believe they actually remade day of the dead, either, but after seeing a review of that it’s obviously not a remake at all so that makes sense.  I just wish they wouldn’t shit all over the legacy of  Day of the Dead with these horrible non-canon movies, especially because the name recognition of Day of the Dead really isn’t that high among the normal population (I almost never meet anyone who has heard of it or seen it in my everyday life at work, etc) so it’s a waste in more ways than one.

  • likalaruku
    likalaruku
    Completely Useless Now
    Comments: 906

    2005? This is messing with my head…. I remember renting this movie from Major Video (or Blockbuster who bought them out) back in Nevada, & I moved out of Nevada in 2003.