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Braindead (1992)

  • Horror Comedy
  • When a Sumatran rat-monkey bites Lionel Cosgrove's mother, she's transformed into a zombie and begins killing (and transforming) the entire town while Lionel races to keep things under control.

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    Deep in the lush jungles of the isolated Skull Island lies the habitat of the elusive, yet endangered and utterly vicious "Simian Raticus", or better known as by its common name, the Sumatran Rat-Monkey, a hideous mix of a virus-carrying slave-ship rat and a tree monkey. Presently, back in New Zealand's Wellington, the oppressed Lionel Cosgrove who lives with his despotic mother Vera, has finally found his soulmate, Paquita, but sadly, his world will rapidly change when after a stroll at the local Zoo, a live specimen of the rare species will bite Vera. Now that she's got the "bite", with the infection spreading and turning Vera into a festering, puss-squirting living dead ravenous for flesh, things are bound to get out of hand, as an ever-growing collection of stiffs and other stimulant-enhanced zombie misfits detained in Lionel's house basement will demand immediate action. Poor Lionel he needs to step up and clear up the mess, but above all, summon the courage to confront his ...

    IMDB: http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0103873/

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    Reviews

    Hahahahaha! I'm still laughing from just how gross-out Sir Peter Jackson's first two films are! He sure has come a long way since then! Just imagine if the Lord of the Rings and Hobbit trilogies, as well as King Kong, were helmed by him back THEN! =)

    Comments

    3 years ago

    Being a kiwi myself, I have never appreciated New Zealand movies. There have been a very small handful of movies I actually enjoyed, but mostly, the writing is terrible, and the acting is even worse. Dead Alive, or Braindead though. Holy sh*t. I put off watching this movie for so many years. I don't know whether its because I don't generally enjoy kiwi movies, or because I didn't think I could give it the watch it deserves, but now that I have seen it, I think it is maybe the best movie New Zealand has produced. As a gore fan, I rarely see a movie that makes me uneasy. Sure, a lot of the movies in the 80s were pretty gory, but nothing like Dead Alive. This was an absolute gore-fest, and probably the goriest movie I've ever watched. Aside from that though, the actors, the writing, and the photography are all brilliant. Will definitely watch again, and will definitely recommend.

    3 years ago

    This is a hilarious, well-written, romantic zombie comedy with great characters. It must be the goriest film of all time.This is much better than Shaun of the Dead in all respects. Braindead is the best zombie film I've ever seen as well as the funniest comedy horror I've ever seen.

    3 years ago

    I've always wondered why, exactly, this motion picture takes place in 1957 (Peter Jackson makes sure it's virtually the first thing you see). I was born that year so...well, I know a thing or two when it comes to Old School. Trust me here... There is not one single solitary blooper in the film..you know, a model of car that doesn't belong there, verbal expressions that people didn't use back then, etc. As they would say..."You get my drift". Hey, there's one from the fifties! Anyhow... The film operates flawlessly as a period piece..and must have been extremely difficult to make. Think about it. It can't be easy ensuring that we don't see, in the background, someone driving a brand new Corvette, or even a fancy kind of pay phone could not possibly have existed in 1957. People my age...better yet...even older have told me that it's simultaneously the most disgusting but hilarious movie they've ever viewed. (Ian Watkin, who played Uncle Les, steals the film as soon as he shows up in his fancy car and hideous toupee). More importantly that, yeah, that's how things were and looked back then. Lastly, I wonder if the people at the Academy Awards...who gave Jackson (deservedly)I believe 11 statues for "Lord Of The Rings: Return Of The King"... possibly the single best movie I have ever seen..knew that he had this madness under his belt. Thanks for reading.

    4 years ago

    2 audio tracks running at the same time one 30 secs out of sync.

    4 years ago

    As "doctorthirst" said above, the audio track is duplicated and overlapping itself with some delay. The video quality is good, but you get to listen to the whole film as if it is in classical music "Canon" style. Being this a film by "early" Peter Jackson, it took me a while to accept that the thing was a glitch of the encoding and not some weirdness made on purpose by the author. Pitty, I was super excited about watching this film in this particular version, therefore my little tear here -----> :'(

    3 years ago

    Who would have imagined that in 1992 a film director of mainly cult movies would grow to the immense stature that he has today? I certainly didn't, but this is exactly the case with Peter Jackson, who then brought this extremely bizarre comedy-horror splatter-fest called BRAINDEAD, also known as DEAD-ALIVE, and between 1999 and 2003 cemented his status with the ubiquitous, monumental LORD OF THE RINGS TRILOGY.A simple premise that had by then done numerous times -- flesh-eating zombies wreck havoc among the living -- is taken not only to the ultimate extreme: here it just makes going over the top seem like a weak cliché. It completely jumps straight over a cliff and never bothers to return to any sense of normalcy. That this story of zombies gone amok has been dressed with an interesting Freudian spin -- over possessive mother tries to control her son's every move even after (un)dead, quite like PSYCHO -- only makes the hero's evolution from Mama's boy to unlikely survivor ever the stronger and gives the completely lurid tale some grounding even after it explodes left and right, literally, in pieces of flesh and still moving body parts.DEAD ALIVE has a lot to owe to EVIL DEAD 2: DEAD BY DAWN with its gleeful amounts of gore and truly slapstick scenes of crazy body parts, but it out-does it by the sheer volume of gore and blood that comes forth once the real madness begins. The fact that the aforementioned body parts have a will of their own makes for one rip-roaring sight gag after another in frenetic shots -- for example, one character's body snaps in two; his lower torso continues to amble about, his inner organs come ripped apart from his body and even take a peek at a mirror to see how they look, while the owner's upper torso gets partially flushed down a toilet. As a matter of fact, that same character's intestines take up quite a lot of screen time towards the climax as they chase the apparently hapless Timothy Balme around the house as his girlfriend, battling zombies in the kitchen, uses a blender to grind a hand that simultaneously tries to pull her in and all the while a baby zombie is becomes something of a tennis ball, bouncing about while creating yes, even more havoc. That is, until Balme goes berserk with a lawnmower and makes puree out of the entire lot of them. All this shows to what extremes the notion of the exaggeration of horror could be taken: the more blood and outrageousness, the less horrifying it becomes, and here, once it starts, it never lets up until its side-splitting finale.Definitely not for all tastes but for people who like their horror with a nice dose of Tex Avery lunacy, comedy as black as night and tanks of the red stuff -- this is horror comedy par excellence.

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