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Starz presents Zombie Mania (2008)

Zombiemania (original title)
A documentary that gives us a panoramic through the zombie movies, with footage about the main peaks in the gender.

Director:

Donna Davies
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Credited cast:
George A. Romero ... Himself
Tom Savini ... Himself
Greg Nicotero ... Himself (as Gregory Nicotero)
Max Brooks ... Himself
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Dave Alexander Dave Alexander ... Himself
Boyd Banks ... Himself
Wade Davis ... Himself
Trevor Fencott Trevor Fencott ... Himself
Brian Keene Brian Keene ... Himself
Elza Kephart Elza Kephart ... Herself
André Loiselle André Loiselle ... Himself
Maitland McDonagh ... Herself
Rob Sacchetto Rob Sacchetto ... Himself
Matthew Shepherd Matthew Shepherd ... Himself
Jovanka Vuckovic ... Herself
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A documentary that gives us a panoramic through the zombie movies, with footage about the main peaks in the gender.

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Every monster has its day...this is the day of the zombie.


Certificate:

TV-14

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Country:

Canada

Language:

English

Release Date:

3 January 2008 (Canada) See more »

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Starz presents Zombie Mania See more »

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Sorcery Films See more »
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Color (High Definition)
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Informative and entertaining documentary.
7 March 2010 | by insomniac_rodSee all my reviews

I found this documentary by mere coincidence. I taped it on Cinemax and waited to watch on Sunday midnight.

I learned many little known facts about Romero's mythology in Zombie cinema, great trivia from this sub-genre, and more. Plus, it's always a delight to see what Tom Savini has to say.

The documentary should serve as a homage to those who brought us Zombie cinema.

If you are the kind of audience that prefers footage over information; this also should please you. There are plenty of glorious moments in the sub-genre and great scenes that through one-liners or moments demonstrate the legacy of some movies.

Overall, this is a must see for those who are fans of Zombie cinema. I enjoyed it.


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