Survival of the Dead
  • Release Dates
  • In Theaters: May 28, 2010
50% Like of 2 Total Votes

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Starring Julian Richings, Shawn Roberts, John Migliore, Kenneth Welsh
Directed by George A. Romero
2 votes, 2.5 / 5 avg. rating (50% score) A group of rogue soldiers seek shelter from the zombie apocalypse on scenic Plum Island, only to become caught up in a bitter feud between two warring families. Crocket (Alan Van Sprang) and his motley crew of military abandoners are searching for a safe place to rest when they cross paths with Patrick O"Flynn (Kenneth Welsh). O"Flynn has been banished from Plum Island, where his family is locked in a longtime quarrel with the Muldoons. The O"Flynns see the flesh-eaters as subhuman, never hesitating to put a bullet between their eyes; the Muldoons balk at the prospect of killing their gut-munching loved ones, instead opting to care for their rotting kinfolk until scientists find a cure for the undead scourge. As the division between the two families grows deeper and wider, Crocket and his men realize that on Plum Island, the zombies are the least of their worries.


On an island off the coast of North America, local residents simultaneously fight a zombie epidemic while hoping for a cure to return their un-dead relatives back to their human state.
Cast: Julian Richings, Shawn Roberts, John Migliore, Kenneth Welsh, Matt Birman, Kevin Rushton, Devon Bostick, Wayne Robson, Joshua Peace, Steven Barton, Anthony Cancelliere, Amy Lalonde, Joshua Close, Ho Chow, John Healy, Michael Rhoades, Alan Van Sprang, Hardee T. Lineham, Michael Felsher, Scott Wentworth, Stefano DiMatteo, Brian Frank, Michelle Morgan, Dan Belley, Martin Kessler, Wayne Curnew, Richard Fitzpatrick, Chad Camilleri, Matthew Blazi, Eric Woolfe
Directors: George A. Romero
Genres: Horror
AKA(s): ...of the Dead, Untitled George A. Romero's Diary of the Dead Sequel, Untitled Romero Project
Year: 2009
Runtime: 90 /
MPAA Rating: R
Nominations: 2
Writers: George A. Romero
Producers: D.J. Carson, Paula Devonshire, Michael Doherty, Sam Englebardt, Dan Fireman, Jeff Glickman, Peter Grunwald, Jesse D. Ikeman, Ara Katz, George A. Romero, Art Spigel, Patrice Theroux
Musicians: Robert Carli
Cinematographers: Adam Swica
Editors: Michael Doherty

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