Dead Alive

"Some things won't stay down... even after they die."

Dead Alive is a seminal zombie movie from 1992. It was one of the first films directed by Peter Jackson, and it enjoyed tremendous underground success in the 1990s. It held the world record for the most fake blood ever used in a single film for many years. Dead Alive is ribald, rude and utterly repulsive. The director uses the simple formula of "boy meets girl, boy fights zombies, boy gets girl" to deliver some of the most impressive body horror ever recorded. The scene where the hero fights a room full of zombies with a lawnmower is justifiably a classic.

| 1992 | 1 hr 44 min | 7.5/10 | 54/100
Timothy Balme, Diana Peñalver, Elizabeth Moody, Ian Watkin
WingNut Films
Peter Jackson
Produced By
Jim Booth
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