Subject: I have found a DVD that I think you would enjoy
|Zombie 4 - After Death|
Actors: Jeff Stryker, Candice Daly, Massimo Vanni, Jim Gaines, Don Wilson
Director: Claudio Fragasso
Genres: Indie & Art House, Horror, Science Fiction & Fantasy
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James O. (jimbo84) from FERGUS FALLS, MN
Reviewed on 4/16/2011...
If you were a fan of the previous Zombie movies, you will not want to miss this one! Often movies get worse as creators come up with the 2nd, third, and 4th movies-- this one really isn't bad, though. I don't think they're trying to ride on the coattails of the previous movies. Some weak points, lots of strong points, tons of entertainment, and overall a wonderfully made zombie movie! Truly a MUST SEE.
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Not for the weak o stomach
Ironman | Carmel, IN USA | 11/25/2002
(3 out of 5 stars)
"There is a distinct difference between American and Italian/European ZOmbie films. In America the zombies do eat people, but tend to look more human and the cannibalism is cut to a minimum. However ITalian/Eurpean Zombie films go all out in the gore factor. THus this comes in as the dubbed American Release of the movie After Death, released as Zombie 4. The story revolves around a woman who witnessed the grisly murder of parents on an island that is cursed with the living dead at a young age. She is traveling there with mercenaries and friends and end up in one of the doors of hell as she must battle the living dead. Problem is that there are hundreads of them and they just love human flesh.Just like any other Italian Zombie film the focus is not so much on story, but on the gore and trust me there is an abundance of that. It overall is very gorey and overall for the average viewer very disgusting. However for Gore hounds this is another title to place in your library, for die hard gore hounds only."
Well that sucked....
General Zombie | the West | 11/08/2005
(1 out of 5 stars)
"Well this is definitely the least entertaining zombie film I've ever seen, falling well behind such questionable entries as 'Nightmare City' and 'Hell of the Living Dead'. Despite the fact that they aren't really related, 'Zombie 4' is relatively reminiscent of 'Zombi 3', with the jungle isle setting and the emphasis on gunning down the zombies. I actually kind like 'Zombi 3' but the action scenes in this movie are just so damn boring, to go with the weak, played out effects and lame zombies with silly false teeth that stick like 4 inches out of their faces. And when it's trying to be tense it's just incredibly tedious. You're thinking, just eat em, for God's sake, and we can go home.
I don't even recommend this to hardcore zombie fans, for a single viewing. It's real boring. Or maybe the formula is just wearing thin for me. Not that I've tired of zombie films. Perish the thought. Just that I've watched them enough that the mere fact that it's a zombie film isn't going to get it a drop of credit anymore. No matter what the cause, I didn't like it.
Like Zombi 3, just not as entertaining
Lunar Strain | United States | 11/04/2003
(2 out of 5 stars)
"If you take Zombie 4 for what it is, you will find entertainment in it. It is, of course, a poor Italain gore epic. It portrays poor acting, poor gore effects, poor directing, etc. Muct like Zombi 3, it entertains for all the wrong reasons it was intended for....it makes you laugh. It takes place...oh my goodness....on a tropical island! How original! The dead rise and attack some scientists on the island and then some visitors. The zombies aren't your typical zombies; these ones run, jump, THINK, and use weapons. Again if you take this film for what it is, you will find some entertainment in it. One complaint is that the actual title in the film says just "After Death" and the box art says "Zombie 4: After Death". I hate when company's release movies like this. Please put the title of the actual movie on the box! No more white lies!"