The Dead Next Door Review
Written by: Googopqp
There's always this feeling I get when I watch a very low budget movie. Sort of a sense of connection of gratitude to the film. Since I am in the same position, trying to raise money for a LTZBFM movie (Less Than Zero Budget Film Making). I can connect to these movies and what they have to go through and how they are feeling, I may not be as big as them and not get my movies released but movies like The Dead Next Door are always there to tell me its possible and I can do it if I work for it.
The Dead Next Door is a LTZBFM movie but it is extremely low budget and was funded by, without saying so on the cover, Sam Raimi. So there are even clips from Evil Dead on the TV sceen lol.
The Dead Next Door is about a zombie run world trying to find answers. The zombies basically came out of nowhere and killed people. You follow around characters with names like Raimi, Dr. Savini, and Commander Carpenter on the way. Raimi is a zombie exterminator guy who is with some Dr.'s to find a cure or a way to kill all the zombies before the human pop is gone. They set off to find this guys studies but on the way they are stopped by a weird cult, and then they have to deal with the cult and the zombies while trying to find a cure to kill the zombies.
This movie is, as I said, extremely low budget and also has ALOT of gore. This movie is great if you are a gore hound or if you want to see a very low budget movie to look up to. Even if you don't like this movie, which most won't, you still should respect this movie.
Scott Spiegel makes an appearance in this movie, he helped write Evil Dead 2 he directed Intruder and he is an executive producer for Hostel and Hostel 2 and he has a cameo in Drag me to Hell. Scott Spiegel is kewl but a bad actor lol.
So check this movie out regardless if your a fan of zombie movies or stuff because it is good low budget greatness that needs to be noticed and respected. But the movie does have extremely terrible acting lol.......7/10!!!!