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Last Of The Living

Released on 11 May 2009

Featuring: Robert Faith & Mark Hadlow

Format: DVD | Rating: 15 years & over

2.0 out of 5 (7 customer reviews) | Write a review

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A highly contagious virus is spreading throughout the land. With one bite, it's only hours before victims will turn into zombies and hunt for human flesh. Morgan, Ash, and Johnny might just be the only humans left, but they don't seem to mind and find enjoyment lounging around in their underwear living in vacant homes. When they stumble upon a hot girl who just may have a cure, the three decide it's finally time to step up to the plate and save the world- and the girl. Now the only hope for survival lies in their hands.

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 Average rating (7 reviews)

 good, but not great

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This film started out quite good with potential to go on to great things, then just kind of lost it towards the end. The basic story is 3 guys who have survived the zombie apocalypse and now sit around in whatever house they happen to take a liking to, watching TV, eating chips and drinking beer. They only venture out in order to raid local supermarkets for supplies or to move into a new pad. One day whilst in the middle of a move they happen across a woman who insists she can cure people of the zombie virus. And so a trip to a nearby island is required where a science facility waits. Although there are some genuinely funny moments which make this movie great there are quite a lot of bits that let it down. The acting isn't great and the special affects could have been better. The zombies basically have dark eye shadow, white faces and a bit of blood painted onto theirs mouths. If you're a zombie movie fan you'll be glad that the zombies are slow movers, although later in the film some of them decide they can now run! And that's another reason I only awarded 3 stars, the continuity errors pop up everywhere. People not wearing jackets walking into rooms only to be now wearing them! Also parts of the film which have no relevance to the rest of the film. There's a scene with a father and son in a petrol station which has nothing to do with the plot and is never expanded on. And finally, no extras! A few out-takes whilst the credits roll, but not even so much as an original trailer! Over all enjoyable enough for a low budget movie and if you enjoyed black sheep, you'll probably enjoy this, but be warned you may find the ending disappointing. Oh and if anyone says "It's the New Zealand version of Shaun of the Dead" you have my permission to punch them!

 Worst thing i have ever seen

| | See all katexjames's reviews (3)

This is a total waste of money. It is absolutely rubbish. I couldn even make it to the end think i just lasted about an hour. I have seen better porn. Even for the price it isnt worth it I strongly recomend that you dot by this film. The acting is awful the filming is awful. There is not one good thing about it.

 Don't bother!

| | See all Trizzo's reviews (3)

This 'movie' is diabolical. The whole thing is so plagiarized it's unreal. This is basically how Shaun of the Dead would have turned out if Shaun Pegg and Edgar Wright couldn't write and nobody in it could act (AT ALL).


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If your ok to sit through a film with zombies with some of the most basic / cheesy acting with funny setups then this is a 5 star movie. If not your thing then stay away. The scene with air plane for me was the funniest. Two of the actors out of the 3 blokes who star in this use there names as charcters (morgan & ashley or "ash" as it says in the credits).

 decent low budget movie

| | See all barraccuda60's reviews (10)

not as good as the Australian cult zombie movie The Undead,but it has a few funny bits in it,the make-ups ok,seen alot worse!.Best watched with a few mates and several packs of beers.I'd rather watch this again than have to sit through Fight Club again[yawn!].

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ActorsRobert Faith & Mark Hadlow
DirectorLogan McMillian
Certificate15 years and over
Duration1 hour and 28 minutes (approx)
RegionRegion 2 - Will only play on European Region 2 or multi-region DVD players.