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ramirezhate - 08/09/2009 04:27 AM
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Original Posted By x_catra
d tunggu deh kl gt biar bisa d share D

lom masuk youtube mksd nya ya?


iye belom ada di youtube, tahu aje D
Kootaro Minami - 08/09/2009 06:37 AM
#42

ram..

lo bikin trit pilem ga ada 'pilem normal' yah..
ramirezhate - 08/09/2009 09:28 PM
#43

Survival Of The Dead Clip

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ramirezhate - 09/09/2009 01:13 AM
#44

George Romero’s …Of The Dead | the dead rise to menace the living | 2009
ramirezhate - 10/09/2009 04:27 PM
#45

Survival/Dead at Venice

As if George A. Romero needs more medals on his mantle, his newest zombie ode SURVIVAL OF THE DEAD holds the lone distinction of being the only horror film in competition at the Venice Film Festival.

Well, at least not since 1932, in which the inaugural film fest bestowed the best picture and acting award to Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde and its costar Fredric March.

And if any zombie film, or any horror flick for that matter is going to scoop a prize, it would have to be in the vein of the often politically charged sub-textual statements Romero’s films encourage. His films are more than JUST gore and carnage, there’s usually more there, there.

Also, Romero is no longer tethered to studio obligations (Universal’s LAND OF THE DEAD), he’s financed his latest foray into the macabre completely independently. As a hopeful result, Romero may have lost the shackles and found a freedom to express some of the things that may have been skirted in the interest of broad appeal.

All I know is, I’m damn glad the man is back to basics, and I sure as hell can’t wait to see what he does with underwater zombies (please give me a Fulci ZOMBIE homage. Please!)
buyungs - 10/09/2009 04:42 PM
#46

Wah , si Master udh bkin pilem lg nih ..

Klo soal zombie jalan pelan" sih kyknya gk nakutin , pelan tp pasti + bnyak pula jumlahnya, aduh gk maw bayangin deh takutnya batabata

Jd gk sbar pingin nonton !!iloveindonesiailoveindonesia
ramirezhate - 11/09/2009 01:29 AM
#47

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Original Posted By buyungs
Wah , si Master udh bkin pilem lg nih ..

Klo soal zombie jalan pelan" sih kyknya gk nakutin , pelan tp pasti + bnyak pula jumlahnya, aduh gk maw bayangin deh takutnya batabata

Jd gk sbar pingin nonton !!iloveindonesiailoveindonesia


katanya kembali ke gaya filmnya zaman dulu, lebih gore... D
AuraLovers - 12/09/2009 01:55 AM
#48

Ini nih masterpiece film zombie pasti bagus...
Btw anw bsw.....dapat sumber dari mana gan??
dream rocker - 12/09/2009 02:15 AM
#49

aaarrrrrrrrr,,,,,,,,,
zombie,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,genit:
jalan,,, lari,,, kejar2an,,, darah-------------tabrakan:
ssluuuuurrrppp,,,,,hammer:
ROMERO'S NOT DIE
ramirezhate - 12/09/2009 02:32 AM
#50

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Original Posted By Kootaro Minami
ram..

lo bikin trit pilem ga ada 'pilem normal' yah..


ini termasuk film normal lho D
ramirezhate - 12/09/2009 01:58 PM
#51

Survival of the Dead Selling Selling Selling!

The sixth entry into George A. Romero's Dead franchise, Survival of the Dead, is getting quite a bit of attention after its debut run at the Venice International Film Festival, where according to @OfficialRomero it received a nearly five-minute long standing ovation upon conclusion (a portion of which was caught on video), and as a result distribution rights are selling quickly!

According to Screen Daily, "Survival of the Dead is the first horror to be selected for Venice’s main competition since the festival’s debut year in 1932 when Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde was the opening film.

Voltage Pictures is handling the worldwide sales for the film, excluding the US. It has sold to Optimum Releasing (UK), Paradiso Entertainment (Benelux), Splendid Film (Germany), Presidio (Japan), Gulf Film Group (Middle East), Imagem Filmes (Brazil), and M Pictures Entertainment (Thailand). Negotiations for France and Italy are ongoing, while Spanish and Australian rights are still up for grabs.

E1 Entertainment will distribute Survival of the Dead in Canada, which was also a co-producing country on the picture, while John Sloss’ Cinetic will handle US sales. Cinetic also handled the domestic deal for Diary of the Dead, which was picked up by The Weinstein Company.

Nadine de Barros, VP of Sales and Acquisitions for Voltage, said, “The reaction has been very enthusiastic. Domestic sales will be handled after the official Toronto premiere.”
ramirezhate - 12/09/2009 01:59 PM
#52

[youtube]ZHMcW-9-fco[/youtube]

*canggih dapet standing ovation thumbup:
ramirezhate - 14/09/2009 05:24 AM
#53

SURVIVAL OF THE DEAD: George A. Romero turns Toronto into a City of the Dead...

George Romero’s …Of The Dead | the dead rise to menace the living | 2009

George Romero’s …Of The Dead | the dead rise to menace the living | 2009

George Romero’s …Of The Dead | the dead rise to menace the living | 2009

George Romero’s …Of The Dead | the dead rise to menace the living | 2009

George Romero’s …Of The Dead | the dead rise to menace the living | 2009

George Romero’s …Of The Dead | the dead rise to menace the living | 2009
*credit : fangoria.com
ramirezhate - 15/09/2009 03:16 AM
#54

Review
by : dreadcentral.com

George A. Romero returned to zombies in 2005 with Land of the Dead, and it was his biggest budget film to date. It was to be his magnum zombie opus. Two years later he branches out and delivers Diary of the Dead. The first-person perspective and rebooting of the franchise were received with lukewarm fanfare. It seems that no matter what George A. Romero does movie-wise this decade, fans are going to be split 50/50. Since LOTD Romero has been under a microscope; there are those who say Romero hasn’t missed a step, and then there are those that say he should give up making movies.

This year Romero delivers his sixth entry into his Dead series with Survival of the Dead. The film follows a small band of National Guard soldiers looking for a safe haven to ride out the storm of the undead. Their travels take them to Plum Island, where they walk right into the middle of an old fashioned family feud. On one side you have the Muldoons, who believe the dead should be saved in hopes of being “cured.” The other side has the O’Flynn family, who think that once you’re dead, you’re dead. They are embroiled in a long-standing feud of who is right and who is wrong with neither willing to budge, and the Guardsmen find themselves right in the middle.

Survival of the DeadAlan Van Sprang plays “Sarge” Crockett, the leader of the band of soldiers trying to survive the zombie uprising. This is a continuation of Sprang’s Diary of the Dead character, something we've seen Romero utilize only once before when Tom Savini's Machete Zombie from Dawn appeared briefly in Land.

Hard on the outside, soft on the inside, Sarge becomes more then just a one-dimensional character as the film progresses. Kenneth Welsh plays patriarch Patrick O’Flynn, hellbent on cleansing Plum Island of the undead ... and Muldoons if necessary. Richard Fitzpatrick portrays Seamus Muldoon, who thinks that death is not the end, but just another stage in life to honor family. Kathleen Munroe rounds out the main cast as Janet O’Flynn, seemingly the only person on Plum Island that is stopping both families from destroying themselves.

From start to finish Survival is a 92-minute thrill ride. Romero has given us a nice balance of zombies, action, black comedy, and scares. It's Land of the Dead stripped down to the bare necessities - zombies and a compelling story of human survival. There’s no fancy camera work, but the CGI is well integrated and well placed. Romero has gone back to basics with Survival. We have zombies within the first two minutes all the way up to the last scene of the film. Unlike in Diary, the deadheads (as they are referenced here) are consistently present and keep our characters on their toes. One of the aspects missing from Diary that George has brought back is the featured zombie. We have Kathleen Munroe playing a dual role as Jan and Janet O’Flynn, twin sisters, one of whom has succumbed to the zombie plague.

Survival of the DeadGeorge also hasn’t forgotten that zombies can be killed by not just weapons but also everyday objects. It seems in every film there is at least one zombie kill that stands out above the rest. In Day we had the shovel splitting a zombie head in half. Land had the zombie priest’s head being shot through his chest while hanging by a tendon. And who could forget the sickle through Samuel’s forehead in Diary as well as the defibrillator to the head gag? Survival also has its fair share of unique kills. Everything from fire extinguishers to pitchforks add to the dark humor portion of the film.

The “in your face” commentary of Diary has been a point of contention for many fans, but rest assured Survival’s message is there but presented in a way that does not hinder the story. Tribalism is the main theme of this film, and it is presented such that the viewer does not get pulled out of the experience and can remain engaged. Who and what started this feud is alluded to, but at this juncture it’s a moot point as it has already gone to the next level. Should the dead be put down permanently, or should they be “saved” in hopes of a cure or to honor them by letting them “live?” But in this new world do old differences matter? The world we know has ended, and now it is time to adapt or die, and some people just can’t seem to let go of old ideals. Is O’Flynn right about putting down every resurrected body? Or does Muldoon have it right about respecting our recently dead and now undead family members and letting them survive? Do we “teach” them to eat things other then humans or how to perform everyday mundane activities? Does any of this really matter when resources and supplies start dwindling and the zombies still want to eat us? George raises these questions without asking them directly to the audience, showing he has regained a balance of story vs. message in Survival.

If Land of the Dead is Thanksgiving dinner with all the fixings, trimmings, and variety and Diary of the Dead is that recipe your mom surprises you with that you loved but your sibling hated, then Survival of the Dead should be your favorite recipe jazzed up with some new parts that still keeps that same flavor and leaves your palette wanting more.

4/5
ramirezhate - 15/09/2009 03:19 AM
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George Romero’s …Of The Dead | the dead rise to menace the living | 2009
tuituit - 15/09/2009 06:29 AM
#56

pada kangen zombie berjalan DD

ah lumayan deh nonton seri of the dead lagi oo
blekmejik - 15/09/2009 07:46 AM
#57

GAK Sabaaaarr....
Horny bgd liat zombie-zombie..\(
PandawaDelapan - 15/09/2009 08:28 AM
#58

wow, GAR betelor lagi nih.. wowcantik
mo baca sinopisnya, tp sayang masih english \(
pusing bacanya.. malu:
xxEfreetxx - 15/09/2009 10:47 AM
#59

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Original Posted By x_catra
another zombie movie info by a zombie himself Peace:


stujuh o

bang rami keknya dah jadi trademark buat zombie thread o

tapi memang film2 zombies itu mangstab sih Peace:
ramirezhate - 15/09/2009 12:49 PM
#60

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Original Posted By PandawaDelapan
wow, GAR betelor lagi nih.. wowcantik
mo baca sinopisnya, tp sayang masih english \(
pusing bacanya.. malu:


wah maap belom ditranslate...

ada yang bisa bantu malu:

Quote:
Original Posted By xxEfreetxx
stujuh o

bang rami keknya dah jadi trademark buat zombie thread o

tapi memang film2 zombies itu mangstab sih Peace:


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