Undead In Undead , this tongue-through-cheek George A. Romero knockoff from Australia, there is one funky visual gag: A walking corpse gets severed and the legs… Undead In Undead , this tongue-through-cheek George A. Romero knockoff from Australia, there is one funky visual gag: A walking corpse gets severed and the legs… 2005-07-01 R PT100M Horror Felicity Mason Lisa Cunningham Mungo McKay Lions Gate Films
Movie Review

Undead (2005)

MPAA Rating: R
Undead | ARE WE 'DEAD' YET? Jenkins gets to the point
Image credit: Undead: Grant Marshall
ARE WE 'DEAD' YET? Jenkins gets to the point
EW's GRADE
F

Details Limited Release: Jul 01, 2005; Rated: R; Length: 100 Minutes; Genre: Horror; With: Felicity Mason; Distributor: Lions Gate Films

In Undead, this tongue-through-cheek George A. Romero knockoff from Australia, there is one funky visual gag: A walking corpse gets severed and the legs keep walking, with about a third of a bloody spine sticking up. The rest of Undead, which combines a meteor shower with a living-dead attack in ways that I never quite understood, is on the level of a no-budget student film in which the shots barely match up into sequences. It's about as much fun as watching blood dry.

Originally posted Jun 29, 2005 Published in issue #828 Jul 08, 2005 Order article reprints