Night of the Living Dead: Reanimated

Strangers to each other, a group of people hide in a farm house and attempt to survive a zombie infestation.
United States
2009
Feature Film
Realism: 
Supernatural
Fully Animated
Black & White
Character Focus: 
Zombie Film
Relative: 
Offspring
Catastrophes: 
Apocalypse
Biohazard
Explosion
Extinction
Famine
Fire
Infestation
Infected: 
Contagious
Irradiated
Diseased
2
It holds stills...
7.04
4
4
2
1
4
1
Plot
Photography
Editing
Part photoboard, storyboard, comic book, painting; made of moving stills, through traditional animation, tween animation, 3D animation, puppetry, rotoscoping and stop motion, this is an animated adaptation of the original Night of the Living Dead. It is the fruit of different artists and many styles; some great, some not.
It isn't a heterogeneous montage and it cares little about uniformity. Those are the inconveniences of indie collaboration, and it feels, here, like a student project. In fact, Night of the Living Dead: Reanimated sadly feels more like a pre-production blocking than a finished product. It uses panning where there is no actual motion. The illustration isn't very good. This isn't a work of detail.
If the simple but unique story of Night of the Living Dead is familiar or fresh in your mind, then this will come out as a scene by scene to relive, and you’ll enjoy yourself. Anyone else might struggle with the narrative, as some of the shots aren't clear. The limited score does what it can and the rest of the audio, including voices, is mostly covered by the original soundtrack.
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