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Return of the Living Dead
Clu Gulager and James Karen




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Do you wanna party? The freshly risen undead certainly do in this horror-comedy that finds two employees of a medical supply company unwittingly releasing several zombies from cylinders in which they have been trapped for many years. The nasty brain-eating creatures are as hungry as ever, and eager to make up for lost time. Soon, the local citizenry is forced to deal with a large-scale zombie epidemic. The writer of ALIEN helmed this punk/horror pastiche.

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Overview

Do you wanna party? The freshly risen undead certainly do in this horror-comedy that finds two employees of a medical supply company unwittingly releasing several zombies from cylinders in which they have been trapped for many years. The nasty brain-eating creatures are as hungry as ever, and eager to make up for lost time. Soon, the local citizenry is forced to deal with a large-scale zombie epidemic. The writer of ALIEN helmed this punk/horror pastiche.

Main Cast & Crew

Dan O'Bannon - Director
Clu Gulager
James Karen
Don Calfa
Thom Mathews
Beverly Randolph
John Philbin
Jewel Shepard
Miguel A. Nunez Jr.
Brian Peck
Linnea Quigley

 

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Blu-Ray Disc Format
  • Format: Blu-ray (New Box Art)
  • Run Time: 90
  • Color Format: Color
  • UPC: 883904250838
  • Genre: Horror
  • Rating: R (MPAA)
  • Release Date: August 2002

Related Categories:
Movies > Horror/Suspense

Related Keywords:
Cannibalism
Zombies
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Synopsis:
A blood-filled spoof of zombie flicks, which fans of George Romero will especially enjoy (and you know who you are). The rotting cadavers of a graveyard are resurrected by a deadly, gaseous emission. Unfortunately, the gruesome ghoulies just love to dine upon human brains, to the "grave" displeasure of the nearby townsfolk. How will the citizens rid themselves of their gore-lovin', gut-munchin' visitors?

Reviews:
"...Terrifically funny....Genuinely witty..." - 06/19/1985 Variety


4 stars out of 5 -- "[A] cheap 'n' cheerful zom-com....Humorously postmodern...it's a lot of fun." - 08/01/2012 Total Film

 

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