Moria has a glowing review and says, "Braindead achieves something that approaches inspired genius in the heretofore unknown artform of human carnage". Horror Freak News recommends it. HorrorNews.net has screen shots of the gore and recommends the Bluray release.
Classic Horror notes that
initial rentals of the New Zealand indie zombie-flick, Braindead (released here in the states as Dead Alive), came supplied with vomit bags, but having just watched the film, I now know that the video retailers just had their customer’s best interest in mind. But this little tidbit should not discourage viewers. There is much to admire about a film like this
Rotten Tomatoes has a critic consensus rating of 86% and 87% for the audience score.
I love horror films in October, and there are so many different kinds it's hard not to find some type you can enjoy. I'm not a particular fan of comedy horror films or gore, but I do like to sample a variety of what's out there just to broaden my horizons.
Here's a seasonal cuppa:
as I join the T Stands for Tuesday blogger gathering hosted by Bleubeard and Elizabeth.
...a lot of this is going around these days.ReplyDelete
That one doesn't sound like one I could wrap my head around, but I really LOVE the mug with its autumn inspired leaves and branches. Thanks for sharing the film, as well as that lovely cup ready to accept that filtered coffee with us for T this Tuesday, dear friend.ReplyDelete
I hate gratuitous gore and zombies. I really love the Classic monster movies.ReplyDelete
Good morning, well you know me I am a love story movie girl lol My husband might watch this one. Love you fall coffee cup-it's beautifulReplyDelete
Happy T hugs Kathy
Oh my, horror and gore - eek! Maybe a cuppa will calm my nerves ...lol 😀. I'm loving your autumnal mug the colours and leaves are so beautiful! Happy T Tuesday! Hugs, Jo xReplyDelete
I love that you are showing movies I have not seen. I do love your coffee mug too. Enjoy your day.ReplyDelete
beautiful autumnal mug. I will watch some horror movies- but again, the old ones like the Vincent Price movies:) Happy T day!ReplyDelete
That's a pretty season cup. You do have a beautiful collection!ReplyDelete
forgot to day-Hope it was a happy T day.ReplyDelete
Lovely cup and perfect for fall.ReplyDelete
Happy Tea Day,
I'll pass on the carnage but I love the cup. :)ReplyDelete
Your mug is gorgeous! Happy T Day, ValerieReplyDelete
I'm pretty sure it's not my cuppa tea but the Peter Jackson connection is interesting.ReplyDelete
Lovely autumn mug. I never got into the vampire craze and I hate gore. So I'll pass on this one.ReplyDelete
Happy T-Day. Stay safe and well. Hugs, Eileen
A film that comes with a vomit bag? I think I'll give it a miss.ReplyDelete
But your cup is lovely and the Illy coffee is the best of course.
Happy belated T-Day,
No gore or scary movies for me ~ But I love your pretty fall mug ~ReplyDelete
I am not into horror movies, although I do like sci-fi sometimes. My favorite movies when I was younger, were The Body Snatchers (the older version) and Them about giant ants! LOL That is about as close to horror movies that I ever got. Happy belated T Day!ReplyDelete
I'm not a great fan of horror movies, especially really gory ones! I used to love the Dracula films with Christopher Lee and I remember being scared by a film called 'The Devil Rides out' Suspense films are my favourites such as Cape Fear - both versions! Sorry I'm late visiting - life happening ! ChrisxReplyDelete