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Dead Again

UK 2021
produced by
Tal Edgar, Steven M. Smith, Wendell Blankenship (executive) for Rellik Films, Greenway Entertainment
directed by Steven M. Smith
starring Tony Fadil, Elliot Cable, Mark Wingett, Chris Monk, Sonera Angel, Kit Pascoe, Primrose Bigwood, Jimmy 'The Bee' Bennett, Michelle Archer, Silas Welsh, Can Somer, J. Taviner, Anastasia Cane, Will Pryor, Debbie Tarrier, Rad Brown, Lxa Lynch, Paul Durso, Steven M. Smith, Nicholas Taviner, Jeremy Taviner
written by , music by Darren Wonnacott, special makeup effects head: Isabella Larter

review by
Mike Haberfelner

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A small British village where nothing ever happens, really: Police Sergeant Cooper (Tony Fadil), looking forward to retirement, shows rookie Constable Brody (Elliot Cable) the ropes - which mainly means to not always do things by the book and to not mix things up too much to disturb the quiet country life. And then they find themselves with what must be the most exciting situation happening in the area in years, a groundkeeper, Bob (Mark Wingett), accusing two youngsters, Dan (Chris Monk) and Katie (Sonera Angel) of trespassing, and now it's up to Cooper and Brody to defuse the situation - but before they can do much, really, they're under attack from alien-possessed zombies. Now all of them, plus Ellen (Kit Pascoe), who just happens to work at the place, barricade themselves inside the facility Bob is supposed to take care of, but it soon becomes apparent their barricades won't be able to hold up the zombie hordes for long, so they have to shoot their way out. Bad thing the coppers are unarmed then, but good thing that Bob is an arms collector ... but bad things he keeps his arms on the premises but outside their hide-out. So if they want to survive, they have to go out there unarmed, with only their wits to relie on ...


Now this is certainly not a film that tries to re-invent zombie cinema - quite the contrary, it takes hints from everything from Night of the Living Dead to Shaun of the Dead, and doesn't even try to hide it, and that's probably one of the reason this one's so much fun, it's unapologetic about its sources, but infuses everything with irony and humour while moving along at a brisk enough space to never allow for anything resembling boredom, making this a rather fun genre ride for sure.


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