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Zombies of mass destruction [Blu-ray]

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  • Acteurs : Janette Harmandun, Doug Fahl, Cooper Hopkins
  • Audio : Anglais (DTS-HD 5.1), Français (DTS-HD 5.1)
  • Sous-titres : Français
  • Région : Région B/2 (Plus d'informations sur les formats DVD/Blu-ray.)
  • Rapport de forme : 1.77:1
  • Nombre de disques : 1
  • Studio : Filmedia
  • Date de sortie du DVD : 17 août 2011
  • Durée : 89 minutes
  • Moyenne des commentaires client : 3.0 étoiles sur 5 1 commentaire client
  • ASIN: B0053HAY1A
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Port Gamble, USA, est une petite ville sans histoire. Tout bascule le jour où un virus transforme une partie de la population en zombies. Certains sont persuadés qu'il s'agit d'une attaque islamiste, d'autres, d'un châtiment divin. Les Démocrates soupçonnent un complot des Républicains. Dans une panique indescriptible, les survivants s'organisent pour affronter les morts-vivants.


Port Gamble, USA, est une petite ville sans histoire. Tout bascule le jour où un virus transforme une partie de la population en zombies. Certains sont persuadés qu'il s'agit d'une attaque islamiste, d'autres, d'un châtiment divin. Les Démocrates soupçonnent un complot des Républicains. Dans une panique indescriptible, les survivants s'organisent pour affronter les morts-vivants.

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Format: DVD Achat vérifié
La première fois que je l'ai vu c'était en vo je l'ai trouvé excellent , dans la ligné de shaun of the dead , zombieland ... bref un film comique avec des zombies mais la deception en regardant la version Française , certe ce n'est pas un grd film mais là le doublage est relativement pourri ce qui fout tout en l'air . Alors un conseil regardez le en vo il prendra une toute autre dimension . A bon entendeur .
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HASH(0x95c2db7c) étoiles sur 5 Fairly decent film that just doesn't work all the way. 2 avril 2010
Par Philip C. Perron - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: DVD
I saw this flick at the theater during the Horrorfest itself and right away I knew we were going the horror-comedy route so I was like, okay, not my favorite but when done well it usually can top any real horror flick easily.

We have some island community right off the coast in the Pacific Northwest, just like "any small town" in the US (or even Canada for that matter). Instantly we find out that almost everyone in the town is a caricature or an exaggeration ... think the Simpsons humor. We have a gay couple that are truly stereotypical where one is deciding to come out of the closet. We have a crunchy-feely hippie middle aged woman. We have an ethnic father from the "old country" (in this case Iran). We have his teenage daughter who is a typical teenager (pop music lover, dresses like Britney Spears, dates a boy her old man doesn't like, etc.) The next door neighbor family who seem to be clueless of what an American is. The girl's rock and roll boyfriend. The local pastor and his pulpit somewhat as a political tool. The conservative mayor running for re-election. Now take these characters and make them so exaggerated and poof, you have the Simpsons. Only the teenage girl is "normal" and pretty much is the straight-man for the flick.

The movie actually was pretty fun, the humor was great (from Archie Bunker ridiculous, to parody like the Simpsons), and the story seemed pretty cool. Basically a zombie outbreak occurs, started by an Islamic terrorist group, and then the island goes into total chaos with jokes created within the extremes of the caricatures themselves. The main jokes focus around the misunderstanding of the teenage girl's heritage and how the typical "dumb" American doesn't know the difference between a middle eastern American and a Middle Easterner. Also, the gay couple gets it good from "right wing" crazies even though a zombie outbreak is occurring. Anyone that happens to be on the right of the political spectrum are turned into either evil people or the typical uneducated religious, political, or sportman crazy. Anyone on the left of spectrum are turned into stereotypical ethnics, gays, or hippies. The only likeable character out of the whole film is actually the teenage girl who is the type of person you'd see at any McDonald's eating a burger with her boyfriend; in other words, completely normal.

I loved the film when I watched it but looking back I slowly grew to not like it as much as I originally thought. I guess making everyone a "joke" and throwing in the political/religious aspects of intolerance and showing the "bad" in people makes it not as enjoyable or even as funny as I thought. And again, the point of the film was to show the "bad" in people but the "bad" that was shown was more of the exception and not more of the rule as the director/screenwriters presented. So as a result, I have a bad taste in my mouth. The funny aspects were more ripping the right-from-center folks and not seeing the gray in both political sides of the table but simply the black and white.

Would I recommend this film? Sure, watch it and you'll either love it, hate it, or feel as I do. It really all depends on where you are politically. If you are on the left, you'll love it. If you are on the right, you'll hate it. If you think both right and left are flawed but neither are "evil" as the film makers show, then you'll probably be right where I am. But then again, if you go into this film and try your very hardest to overlook the stereotypes of the characters and any political statement presented, you may get a good enjoyable experience.
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HASH(0x9555c084) étoiles sur 5 Death is no laughing matter 3 février 2010
Par C. Christopher Blackshere - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: DVD
ZOMBIES OF MASS DESTRUCTION--what a spectacular title. No way an After Dark Horrorfest entry could live up to such a masterful name, is there? I had some pretty low expectations for this movie, and was somewhat surprised by the overall results.

But after thinking about this movie for a couple of days, I've come to an important realization--I'm getting kinda tired of my zombie films being infected by this outbreak of comedy. I enjoyed Shaun of the Dead and Zombieland, but I'm starting to crave a totally serious, well-made undead film. Something along the lines of the classics White Zombie, I Walked with a Zombie, or Night of the Living Dead. I'd even settle for a brutal gorefest with a cardboard script, as long as it didn't cram politics down my throat in a completely obvious manner. No teen romance, no trite morality tale, no transparent social criticisms, PLEASE! It's getting overdone.

Although I really enjoyed ZOMBIES OF MAS DESTRUCTION, it didn't totally avoid any of these cliches. It did bring some immaculate gore--the heinous, blood-soaked flesh-chomping madness that is vital for this type of film. The type of stuff that will make you shudder, wince, and eventually chuckle a bit to cope with the absolute mayhem. Very well done in that regards.

But there is plenty of gay humor that's worn pretty threadbare in this film. It focuses too much on the town, family, and church's response to the gay couple, and it's completely overdone.
Other stuff that came off pretty heavy handed--the media's reporting of the zombie crisis. They quickly called it the work of terrorists. This causes one idiot to become overly suspicious of his friendly Iranian neighbors. Ok, ok, I get the real life implications, just thought it was forced upon us way too much.

Still I thought ZOMD was very solid. I actually liked it more than Zombieland even. It didn't have anybody near as cool as Woody Harrelson though. No sweet cameos either. But this is must see stuff for the zombie fan. It doesn't quite live up to the genius title, but it was a decent try.

Zombies rule!
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HASH(0x955a3f54) étoiles sur 5 A Touch Of Sanity 4 septembre 2011
Par Howard M. Kindel - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: DVD Achat vérifié
A breath of fresh air - you name it. This is not only a zombie comedy - it's a glorious parody of our years of madness (which are, of course, still going strong). And, yes, it absolutely has a decidedly "liberal" slant - so what? Satires always present a very definite point of view: how could you satirize something if you had no point of view against which to compare whatever it is you're satirizing? And in this case, that point of view is reason, balance and sanity - which constitute the traditional point of view which gives satire its sting. The residents of Port Gamble are already zombie-like in their ritualistic adherence to what they take to be the norms of society. They go through their lives reacting blindly to outside stimuli without ever thinking about anything beyond the immediate environment. So when they begin one by one turning into actual zombies, it's quite a while before anyone in town notices their transformation. Once their transformation is all but complete, the comedic parody takes a terrifyingly gruesome turn. The three main characters - Frida, daughter of an Iranian immigrant, and Tom and Lance, gay lovers who come to town so Tom can "come out" to his mother - find themselves having to fend off, not just an army of zombies, but the few remaining townspeople unaffected by whatever caused the mass transformation. There is gore and mayhem enough to satisfy die-hard zombie fans, aided by one after another narrow escape from the clutches of death. And, through it all, the satire just keeps rolling along.

This is a good zombie comedy, made absolutely enchanting if you appreciate the very pointed satire. The acting is generally very good - particularly the Mayor, the Preacher and the terrorist seeking Redneck. The setting melds perfectly with the satire: a quaint picture postcard town with white picket fences populated by crazed zombies. The dialogue, too, is perfectly suited to the surroundings and the events. Plus there's the suspense of not knowing for sure who will survive and who will succumb to the zombie attack. The movie has it all, even if it may not be everyone's cup of tea.
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HASH(0x9530b3e4) étoiles sur 5 Zombie comedy played straight 9 mai 2011
Par Lika Laruku - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: DVD
I was extremely disappointed in Zombieland, except for the parts with Bill Murray, & hadn't seen a good zombie movie on TV in 2 years that I hadn't already seen before. Then this movie pops up on FEAR.com On Demand.

This is a comedy, like Shaun of the Dead & Braindead (aka Dead Alive), only it takes itself completely seriously, so you don;t see the jokes setting themselves up or know when to expect them.

Heroes: An ambitious Liberal woman just getting into politics, a young Muslim woman rebelling against her old-fashioned father, & a gay couple, with one being somewhat closeted in the beginning & fully proud by the end.

Villains: A close-minded racist redneck, a conservative Republican, a Christian priest, & the Zombies.

If you don't like that arrangement, than this movie is not for you.
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HASH(0x955d24b0) étoiles sur 5 Ambitious, well done, fun, smart but uneven movie. Definitely recommended for Zombie fans. 4 juillet 2015
Par Andy McKinney - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: DVD
Zombies of Mass Destruction (2009)

ZOD bills itself as a Zompolitcs movie and it really does have a lot of good social and political commentary. It also has a lot of social and political satire. And good old American shuffling, drooling Zombies. And a wonderfully beautiful young woman protagonist. Janette Armand plays the pretty college girl returned home to a small island community in the Puget Sound area, just in time for a Zombie outbreak.
Armand stems from Iranian roots as does writer/director Kevin Hamedani. Writer Hamedani includes some very closely drawn generational inter action between the college girl, born and raised in America with American sensibilities, and her dedicated, hard working but old fashoned immigrant father. This part of the film really worked very well for me. Two other of the major characters are a gay couple come to the island to island to come out of the closet to one of the guy's mom. They try to fend of a Zombie with a weed whacker, a gag done before and not a good Zombie defense. They seek refuge from the Zombies in a church filled with bigots. The whole theme seemed over done and ham handed which might have been amplified by the bad acting on the part of the minister. The minister seemed more symbolic than real. The third theme involved the variance between the older town patriarch and the young, hip, modern woman who are contesting the mayoral seat. I liked this as well. When faced with flesh eating Zombies a person's attitudes will quickly change or one ends up as fodder.
Doug Fahl plays the returning gay businessman, Russell Hodgkinson, a long time character actor plays the dim witted, drink addled and panicked family man who tries to sort out the Zombie outbreak by attacking the young woman of Iranian extraction. He commits a classic error of attacking someone simple because of a perceived difference, the ostracizing of the 'other' without reference to any other criteria. Writer/Director Hamedani casts himself in a cameo as the Islamic terrorist who claims credit for the Zombie outbreak.
The movie perhaps has more ambition than it can handle but in spite of uneven moments it makes high marks for production values, direction and for the most part the acting works pretty well. Director Hamedani shows a grand sense of timing in several shots. Most of the actors are not tried and true pros and their acceptable to good efforts I take as a compliment to the director. The crew members seem to be people who know what they are about. The sound, the make up, the gags and the limited special effects all come up to actual movie biz standards. And this on a budget estimated at either $500,000 or a $one million.
Some fun facts-Russell Hodgkinson played a major character in the TV show “Z-Nation” which is pretty good. Janette Armand, Cooper Hopkins (who plays the other half of the gay couple) and Kevin Hamedani himself went on to work together again in another Hamedani project “Junk”.
“Zombies of Mass Destruction” garnered an award nomination at the Austin Film Festival, not an Oscar but something.
There was a comic book series of the same name but the stories are so totally different that I could not make a connection.
This strong three brain Zompolicical movie does not quite reach the stature of “Juan of the Dead” the amazing send up of the Castro dictatorship but I still like it a bunch.
“R” rated for some gory stuff, quarts of splashed blood and gut gobbling but no naked people.
This is a good one.
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