Bloody Movies Collection from Mediamarkt (Germany)

Oct 9, 2019
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Grendel

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Nov 13, 2017
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Wyrmwood is an incredible film, best Oz Zombie flik made.
In fact i think next to the original NotLD and DotD fliks, my fave Zombie flik.
Don't think this ed. will have much to offer over the original uncut release though.
 
Oct 9, 2019
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Wyrmwood is an incredible film, best Oz Zombie flik made.
In fact i think next to the original NotLD and DotD fliks, my fave Zombie flik.
Don't think this ed. will have much to offer over the original uncut release though.
Wyrmwood and Dread are the best Editions because of their Cover-Artworks, that weren`t used on other editions, but you are right they`re not special despite their slipcase.
Are there any other Oz zombie movies? I only know "dead end drive in" but that`s not a zombie movie.
 
Nov 18, 2016
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Wyrmwood is an incredible film, best Oz Zombie flik made.
In fact i think next to the original NotLD and DotD fliks, my fave Zombie flik.
Don't think this ed. will have much to offer over the original uncut release though.
@Grendel really ? had to stop watching after 20 mins... Thought it was cheap and boring and bad acting/characters (the genre has been so over exploited in the last 15 years)
should i try again ? i'm a huge zombie fan.
 

Grendel

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Nov 13, 2017
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Hi @Jocelin ;
I would suggest, it's worth your time trying another watch of Wyrmwood.
I am not a fan of Zombie films.
I have some though and the ones I enjoy usually have more to them than just the typical shambling (or running corpse) theme, such as;
- Return of the Living Dead (humour)
- Dawn of the Dead (satire)
- World War Z ( political satire)
- Night of the Living Dead (genre initiator)
- 28 Days Later (new twist) and yeah, to me, they are still zombies, heh.

I'd put Wrymwood in the 'black humour' category and though it has its' share of gore I think it was meant as more of an attempt at doing things a bit different.
I even appreciated the little nod to "The Road Warrior", which I found is easy to spot.
The dear Aussies that made it, had a shoe-string budget and not much (if any) industry support. Still, they persevered and managed to craft something unique.

I certainly agree the genre is far too saturated and I appreciated the opportunity to see something 'different'.
YMMV my friend but perhaps if you watch the included doc on the "making of" first, you may enter the flik with a new appreciation. ;)
All the best to ya.