Undead

Undead (2003)

5 corrected entries

Corrected entry: How the hell could a crook-lock split a zombie in half vertically?

Correction: It couldn't. It's part of the over-the-top, stylized violence of the film.

Jason Hoffman

Corrected entry: At the end, when it turns out that the rain actually heals, the alien splashes water onto the cut on Rene's forehead and it heals. This reveals that it is not acid rain and the aliens were trying to stop the infection. Except Rene's cut was splashed by water about three times before and it didn't heal.

Correction: The ball the alien throws at her face is a concentrated form of the healing liquid.

Jason Hoffman

Corrected entry: Just to be sure: Officer Harrigan fires 14 rounds out of a 6 bullet revolver?

Correction: That's correct. It's part of the running joke in the film that the guns don't seem to run out of ammo until the worst moment, at which time they ALL run out at the same time.

Jason Hoffman

Corrected entry: Early in the movie, the guy driving Rene turns into a zombie near the crash site, and gets blown in half by Marion. Later on, he is holding himself together and walking. Even if he is a zombie, his spinal cord is snapped and he shouldn't have been able to walk holding himself together.

Correction: It is common in living dead movies to have detached body parts continue to function.

Jason Hoffman

Corrected entry: At the end, when Rene is on Marion's veranda, there is a long shot of the house: there is nothing on the right side of the house. After we see Marion and a thousand other zombies, they are in a giant pen outside the house (It isn't another shot of the house as Rene is at the front).

Correction: First, Rene isn't on Marion's veranda, she's on the porch of her own farmhouse - the house is totally different from Marion's, and they show a mailbox that says "Chaplin Farm" on it. Second, the far shot of the house with Rene on the porch only shows a few feet of the lawn to the right of the porch - the giant pen of zombies is at least 50 feet away, therefore out of frame. No mistake there.

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