#123movies #fmovies #putlocker #gomovies #solarmovie #soap2day Watch Full Movie Online Free – For fans who love The Walking Dead, THE DAY OF THE LIVING DEAD is another great zombie origin story. Set in Hollywood 1957, a time of glitz and glamour, a time of brains and blood. This movie is full of action, suspense, gore and graphic violence. George A. Lazarus is an insurance investigator who disappears during a routine claim. His heartsick fiancee, Bethany, retraces George’s steps and discovers that the employees George was investigating also all mysteriously disappeared. Now, as Beverly finds herself in the middle of a zombie apocalypse, this simple insurance fraud case may actually be the beginning of the end of the human race. The Day of the Living Dead revolves around the character of George A. Lazarus (Ray Capuana, Emerging Past), an insurance investigator who schedules routine interviews with twelve employees and owner Mammon Beelzebub (played by Churchill, writer/director The Emerging Past, Check Point) of the Deadly Sin Cigarette Company upon the receipt of a rather suspicious insurance claim. In the process, he learns that all twelve had recently been fired for being sick at the job, and then subsequently and without a trace, they disappeared. Two weeks later, with Lazarus now a missing person, his heart-sick fiancee Bethany Loomis (Natalie Victoria, Dead Head) and Chip (Kevin Eugene Franklin) undertake the task of finding him. While retracing his steps, they learn that what was initially regarded as a simple fraud investigation case may actually be the beginning of the end of the human race. Set in Hollywood in 1957.
Plot: For fans who love The Walking Dead, THE DAY OF THE LIVING DEAD is another great zombie origin story. Set in Hollywood 1957, a time of glitz and glamour, a time of brains and blood. This movie is full of action, suspense, gore and graphic violence. George A. Lazarus is an insurance investigator who disappears during a routine claim. His heartsick fiancee, Bethany, retraces George’s steps and discovers that the employees George was investigating also all mysteriously disappeared. Now, as Beverly finds herself in the middle of a zombie apocalypse, this simple insurance fraud case may actually be the beginning of the end of the human race.
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No. Just no…
Granted, I went to IMDb to check the rating of this 2020 movie as soon as I stumbled upon it. I hadn’t even heard about the movie prior to getting the chance to watch it, and with its obscurity and low score, I must admit that I was not overly keen on the viewing. But still, it is a zombie movie, so of course I found the time to watch it. And I must confess the shameless cash in on the George A. Romero classic definitely was a selling point that also caught my attention. A mistake on my behalf, believe you me.
Or at least about 50 minutes of it and then I just gave up. This was, and pardon my French here, rubbish. Just utter rubbish. It is without a doubt among the top five of worst zombie features I have stumbled upon and sat through – more or less to the end.
The storyline in “The Day of the Living Dead” had the appeal as if it was written by a middle-schooler for a school test. It was just such a bad script that the story was halted, staggering and just unappealing. And it didn’t help much that the characters in the movie had zero personality.
And while we are on the characters; the actors and actresses portraying the characters put on what could best be described as laughable and mediocre performances. Some of the performances and delivery of dialogue was just so atrociously bad that I was literally laughing.
The whole movie had a very wobbly low production and homemade movie feel to it. And that was definitely not what I was getting myself into. Hence, I just gave up on the movie out of sheer boredom.
The movie was shot in black and white, sure, that is something I can live with and something that could potentially work, given the movie was set to take place in 1957. But, and yeah there is a but here, every time there was some gore and zombie action on the screen, then the movie changed to color. No. Just no. It didn’t work. You either go all out and keep the movie in black and white, or keep it in full color. Switching between the two didn’t work in favor of the movie. In fact, it just cluttered up everything.
And with “The Day of the Living Dead” being a zombie movie, of course you need zombie make-up and prosthetics. They did have it here, thankfully, and the make-up wasn’t actually as bad as the rest of the movie, so that counted for something. But adequate zombie make-up can only do so much to salvage a train wreck. Mind you, this wasn’t spectacular zombie make-up, it was adequate.
The synopsis for “The Day of the Living Dead” brandishes this: “For fans who love The Walking Dead, THE DAY OF THE LIVING DEAD is another great zombie origin story.” No. No. No. No! This is definitely not for fans of The Walking Dead. And no, it is not another great origin story. There is nothing great about this movie. Well, aside from the fact that something like this actually got funded and get to see the light of day.
If you enjoy the zombie genre, take heed and do yourself a favor, and stay well clear of “The Day of the Living Dead”. It is not worth the time, effort or money.
Only good part was Natalie Victoria.
Movie a plot that didn’t make any real sense. They couldn’t decide if it was a black and white movie or in color I can kinda see how this is all sorta a big reference to older movies in the 50s with dumb characters but with zombies thrown in. That movies has been made and it was FIDO. Which was good.
Original Language en
Runtime 1 hr 30 min (90 min)
Genre Crime, Horror, Mystery
Director Thomas J. Churchill
Writer Thomas J. Churchill
Actors Natalie Victoria, Ray Capuana, Kevin Eugene Franklin
Country United States
Production Company N/A
Sound Mix N/A
Aspect Ratio 1.78 : 1
Camera Canon 5D Mark II
Film Length N/A
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Cinematographic Process N/A
Printed Film Format N/A