#123movies #fmovies #putlocker #gomovies #solarmovie #soap2day Watch Full Movie Online Free – In the Plum Island, off the coast of Delaware, the long feud between the families of the patriarchs Captain Patrick O’Flynn (Kenneth Welsh) that intends to eliminate the zombies and Seamus Muldoon (Richard Fitzpatrick) that intends to keep his undead relatives waiting for a cure culminates with O’Flynn expelled from Plum. Meanwhile in the continent Sarge “Nicotine” Crocket (Alan Van Sprang), Chuck (Joris Jarsky), Cisco (Stefano DiMatteo) and Tomboy (Athena Karkanis) are plundering and seeking a safe place to stay. When they rescue the young Boy (Devon Bostick) from group of sadistic hunters, Boy decides to join the group and suggests them to head to Plum Island since he had heard a O’Flynn’s broadcast inviting people to move to the island. When Sarge and his team arrive in the island, they are attacked by Muldoon’s men and they see that the place is crowded of undead. Sarge’s friend Chuck is killed and they decide to fight against Muldoon.
Plot: On an island off the coast of North America, local residents simultaneously fight a zombie epidemic while hoping for a cure to return their un-dead relatives back to their human state.
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Romero’s Treading Water But Sinkng
Hey I loved the heck out of Romero and his Zombies, a line from “Dawn of the Dead” is my signature. So I am slamming this derivative, hackneyed and degenerate piece in hopes of his redemption.
His zombie movies, as he states in that lame humorous intro, are social satire. which was always obvious. But this movie takes the cynical amoral anti-hero to a new low with Sarge ‘Nicotine’ Crocket. He and his band of deserter soldiers as the protagonists is like making the biker gang in “Dawn of the Dead” as the good guys. These lowlifes kill and let other die for the slightest reason, like their commanding officer or some rednecks they surprised as they were just minding their business.
Okay, everyone is panicked & society has fallen apart because it seems that people like Sarge and the wildly improbable Irish brogue talking Seamus Muldoon clan on Plum Island have a hard time killing zombies but no regard for killing live people. Add to the mix are the usual idiots who wander around in perilous places for the sole purpose of providing zombie food. No one seems to care about anyone outside their little band. Not only is this a stunning lack of humanity but a lack of plain selfish survival tactics. Why not have lots of live people around for mutual defense, companionship and the potential for rebuilding society. Not only do these mental morons lack that instinct, after all the mayhem they created, they simply surrender to the Muldoons because Muldoon has the female soldier tied up in peril.
Yes there are some interesting zombie head blast effects, gratuitous body devouring and some clever zombies behaviors like the horsewoman riding zombie or the mailman delivering mail one. But expect all the usual stuff, like people all of a sudden unable to defend themselves from a small group of zombies and then getting themselves eaten just like in the cave of “Day of the Dead”. There is no hope for anyone in this movie because according to George, we are already dead.
I never thought I’d say this…
But George Romero should just stop. No, not stop altogether. But stop making “…Of The Dead” movies. It’s become so generic that even the name of the studio is “Blank Of The Dead Productions”. People seem to forget that Romero ever did anything besides zombie flicks. He did…and he did them damn well. Just look at the original version of the recently remade The Crazies. When “Land…” came out, I thought it was a rare miss. Then came “Diary…” and I thought it was weak, but I was still hopeful. Now with “Survival…” I’m about ready to give up.
The story is pretty standard zombie stuff…a group of living folks just looking for a place to be zombie free. Fair enough. The problem is that it’s just that…standard. Romero’s earlier work, even when lacking in gore, was great because it was full of some subtle but still heavy social commentary. The only thing going on here is a second half plot line that turns into an Irish version of a Hatfield vs. McCoy situation. Sure, there’s a lame last minute attempt to teach us a lesson that revenge doesn’t get you anywhere, but it’s too little too late. The film is certainly better than a lot of zombie films we’ve been treated to as of late, but that’s sure not saying much.
Truth be told I was really excited to see another Romero flick (and not Cameron Romero). Now I’m just kind of wishing the elder Romero would leave well enough alone and move onto something besides beating this dead horse.
Original Language en
Runtime 1 hr 30 min (90 min)
Genre Comedy, Drama, Horror, Thriller
Director George A. Romero
Writer George A. Romero
Actors Alan Van Sprang, Joshua Peace, Hardee T. Lineham, Dru Viergever
Country USA, Canada
Awards 2 nominations.
Production Company Devonshire
Sound Mix Dolby Digital
Aspect Ratio 2.35 : 1
Camera Red One Camera
Film Length N/A
Negative Format Digital
Cinematographic Process Redcode RAW
Printed Film Format 35 mm