Hell of the Living Dead 2002 Horror Movie Review
Horror movies Review
Wow! This movie defies description. A mish-mash of every 1970s exploitation genre imaginable (zombie movies, cannibal movies, crime thrillers, Mondo movies, etc.), “Hell of the Living Dead” is baffling in its composition and stunning in its outright incompetence. Its one clever point is the plot twist at the end, in which the reason for the population-contaminating chemical is explained; it’s sick enough to be satisfying. The time and effort required to reach that point is, quite simply, not worth it. Instead, you should spend your time watching something intelligent and uplifting—like “Cannibal Holocaust.”
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