Dawn Of The Dead - The Directors Cut DVD

Dawn Of The Dead - The Directors Cut DVD
Dawn of the Dead Director's Cut is the version too terrifying to be shown in Cinemas. Starring Mekhi Phifer, Ving Rhames and Sarah Polley in an edgy, electrifying thrill-ride. Overnight the world has become a living nightmare of surreal proportions, with the planet's population hit by an inexplicable, unfathomable and lethal plague - and the dead aren't dying. Corpses yearning for their next meal are now stalking the few remaining survivors, driven by their insatiable hunger to feed upon the flesh of the living. After a terrifying escape from her suburban Wisconsin home on the morning after, Ana Clark runs into a small group of the still-living. This ragtag group seeks refuge in a fortress of the late 20th Century - an abandoned suburban mall. As the world outside grows more hellish, as the ever-increasing army of decomposing zombies tirelessly strive to infiltrate the mall, the survivors battle the undead. Sealed off from the rest of what used to be the world, the mall's inhabitants, now one of the last bastions of humanity, must learn to co-exist with each other and use every available resource in their fight to remain alive, and more importantly, human.

Special Features
Introduction By Zack Snyder, Feature Length Director's Commentary, The Lost Tape: Andy's Terrifying Last Days Revealed, Special Report: We Interrupt This Program, Deleted Scenes With Optional Director's Commentary, Raising The Dead, Attack Of The Living Dead, Splitting Headaches: Anatomy Of Exploding Heads
Specifications
Aspect Ratio1.77:1 (16:9)
Aspect Ratio2.35:1
AudioEnglish Surround Sound 5.1, English Stereo Surround 2.0
BBFC18
Case TypeAmaray Slim
CastSarah Polley,Ving Rhames,Mekhi Phifer
ColourColour
DirectorZack Snyder
Discs1
FormatDVD
HOH (Hard of Hearing)No
LanguageEnglish
RegionDVD 2
Released2004-10-25
Run Time104
Special Features
SubtitleEnglish
Year2004

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