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Braindead / Dead Alive (uncut)
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100% uncut, region 2 dvd (Europe), english and german audio: Lionel, a Mama's boy has the unwanted honor of having to look after his overbearingly evil mother. He ends up falling in love with a local woman who believes that they're destined together. In a moment of intentional sabotage of one of their dates, his mother is bitten by a mysterious creature that ends up zombifying her. It's only a matter of time before she rises from the dead a powerful, bloodthirsty zombie. It's only a matter of time before she starts infecting residents of the town and Lionel has to stop her...and them.
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I am now reviewing this particular version, because with the artwork you see here, it is a region 2 release, which won't play in most disc players manufactured in the US (stupid, because in the days of VHS, all tapes played everywhere, no matter where they were manufactured or purchased). I learned that lesson when I bought something that was formatted "PAL." I didn't know at the time about the different formatting, but have since chalked it up to experience.
If you can find this under the title "BRAINDEAD" with German writing on the case, but a picture of a nurse on the front; she's got blood on her face, a baby zombie in her lap, and she's tied to a chair with a rope, this is the one to get. It's the German version of the film, but the original English dialogue is intact. The film's trailers are in German, but that's it, everything in the film is exactly as it was in its original English-speaking release.
A few details about the film's story:
Lionel is a meek, subservient young man who lives with his horrible, overbearing widowed shrew of a mother. He is, in many ways, a nerd. He's an outcast, he's intelligent, he has an unconventional way about him. And he has a love interest in a very pretty young lady named Paquita. Early in the story, the premise is set up: A dangerous animal, a hybrid between a particularly vicious breed of rat has cross-bred with a Sumatrian primate, resulting in a nasty little creature which will bite you as soon as look at you. And if this happens, your only hope is to quickly (!) have the affected area amputated. We find out what happens if this isn't done when Lionel is on a date with Paquita. They visit the local zoo, but are tailed by Lionel's mother; you could say she's stalking them. She is standing too close to the "rat-monkey's" cage and is bitten, she quickly becomes ill, and is later presumed dead. While dying, she attacks and kills the nurse who is caring for her; now they are both dead. But not really. They have become reanimated corpses.
As more and more people are infected, Lionel is trying to contain the outbreak by hiding the ghouls in his basement, with varying degrees of success (and failure). This is classic zombie movie fodder, but it quickly becomes the darkest comedy in history, as the violence and carnage just keeps progressing to a level which can't be taken seriously. But be warned: THIS FILM IS NOT FOR THE SQUEAMISH. Literally everything that can gross a person out is depicted, and it continually escalates until the film's conclusion.
This has to be seen to be believed.