Nick Cannon

Stark Sands as Bud the Zombie

The Day of the Dead remake ain’t actually all that bad. Sure, it’s an extremely pale, veiny, shambling, open-wound version of the original, but it’s not bad eye candy if you’re movies that are heaving on gore and and low on plot points.


Day of the Dead

Today we have another entry into the overflowing category of “unnecessary remake type things.” Now, I can call this 2008 edition of Day of the Dead directed by Steve Miner a “remake,” completely, as a good number of things have been changed. Basically, it’s an origin story of sorts for a zombie outbreak, using the same location and characters as the original Romero version.

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