Screaming Dead

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"Down Dark Corridors ... Evil Awaits Mortal Flesh"
  • R
  • 2004
  • 1 hr 28 min
  • 3.9  (373)

Screaming Dead is a horror movie from 2003, directed by Brett Piper and starring Rob Monkiewicz, Rachael Robbins, Erin Brown and Joseph Farrell. The film opens by introducing us to a group of college students who are on their way to an isolated island for a weekend trip. The island is home to a mental institution that was shut down decades ago due to rumors of strange experiments and inhumane treatment. The students are excited about the prospect of exploring the abandoned institution and plan to spend the weekend there.

Upon their arrival, they quickly realize that they are not alone on the island. They soon encounter a group of zombies who are the result of the experiments that were conducted at the mental institution. These zombies are not your typical slow-moving, brain-eating undead, but rather they are fast, agile and can even use weapons. The group of friends must now fight for their lives as they try to escape the island and the zombies that are trying to kill them.

The film focuses on the characters as they try to survive in the face of the zombie threat. There are no big-name stars in this movie, but the cast does a good job of keeping the audience engaged with their performances. Rob Monkiewicz, who plays the lead role of Jake, delivers a solid performance as the tough guy who tries to protect his friends from the zombies. Rachael Robbins is also impressive as Christine, the group's voice of reason. Erin Brown and Joseph Farrell also deliver solid performances in their respective roles.

The film's special effects are decent for a low-budget horror movie. The zombies are convincingly creepy and the gore effects are realistic without being too over-the-top. The makeup and costume design also work well to create a unique and eerie atmosphere.

The cinematography is another strong point of the film. The director of photography, Michael Raso, does an excellent job of capturing the eerie and foreboding atmosphere of the abandoned institution. The use of color and lighting is also effective in creating a spooky and unsettling atmosphere.

The film also has its fair share of suspenseful and intense moments. The action scenes are well choreographed and the use of practical effects adds to the realism of the violence on screen. There are also a few jump scares that will keep audiences on the edge of their seats.

Overall, Screaming Dead is an entertaining and well-executed horror movie. While it doesn't necessarily break new ground in terms of zombie movies, it still manages to deliver enough scares and suspense to keep audiences engaged. Fans of low-budget horror movies should definitely give this one a watch.

Screaming Dead is a 2004 horror movie with a runtime of 1 hour and 28 minutes. It has received mostly poor reviews from critics and viewers, who have given it an IMDb score of 3.9.

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    1 hr 28 min
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  • IMDB Rating
    3.9  (373)