Doc Of The Dead DVD review


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If there’s anything more to say about zombie flicks, Alexandre O’ Philippe’s entertaining free-for-all provides the “double tap”, with contributions from the major players (Romero, Pegg, Savini) alongside scholars and survival experts. Shuffling agreeably to 77 minutes, it’s more like a great DVD extra than a feature in its own right, compiling zombie weddings, pop songs and porno clips, while trotting out the old slow/fast debate.

In some ways the most rabid fans have started to resemble zombies themselves, flocking, without question (but with costume) to endless conventions while Romero and co look on bemused.


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DVD release30 March 2015
DirectorAlexandre O. Philippe
Available platformsMovie
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Matt Glasby is a freelance film and TV journalist. You can find his work on Total Film - in print and online - as well as at publications like the Radio Times, Channel 4, DVD REview, Flicks, GQ, Hotdog, Little White Lies, and SFX, among others. He is also the author of several novels, including The Book of Horror: The Anatomy of Fear in Film and Britpop Cinema: From Trainspotting To This Is England.