Mysterious barrels bounce off an Army transport and land near an abandoned cemetery. Mischievous boys discover the barrels and open them, releasing the green vapor that turns the living into zombies and awakens the dead. All of the living dead search for living victims… to devour their brains!
यह फिल्म अभी MUBI पर नहीं चल रही है, लेकिन 30 अन्य महान फिल्में चल रही हैं। देखें क्या दिखाया जा रहा है अब दिखाया जा रहा है
A washed down version of the original film. This time it's neither funny nor scary. James Karen and Thom Mathews are the highlight and it's good to see them again, but their (re)appearance makes no sense as this film clearly refers to what happened in the first installment. Only recommended as a "guilty pleasure" for the fans of the "Return of the Living Dead" series.
Suspense, grotesque make-up and horror is so toned down that it is a full-blooded comedy for this sequel. Plot also rehashes the original but does every scene with less inspiration. Supporting cast from original suddenly appear again for no apparent reason even if they have died but now they have a different name (a kind of parallel universe story maybe?).
It offers a bunch of ridiculous 80's silliness, but is by far the worst of the trilogy and is too slapstick and repetitive to remain interesting for even half of its running time. Skinner from X-Files' brief cameo is the highlight.
First zombie flick (and “horror”) I saw. Stumbled across it on tv one night with my sister when I was around 10. Thought it was the greatest. Saw it again about 10 years ago and still liked it. It is funny and entertaining but my love for it has a lot to do with nostalgia. Guilty pleasure.
Deliciously bad, but still charming as hell. For some reason, it made me reminisce about Nickelodeon's Salute Your Shorts! and Pete & Pete; like this is a super gory horror version of Saturday morning YA entertainment. The Kid VS Zombie Bully Kid (= child actor rams a screwdriver into Zombie Bully Kid's mouth before frying his face off) is... so refreshing.