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Return of the Living Dead fans will have all their other questions answered in this comprehensive cinematic autopsy, which features on-camera contributions from all of the production's surviving principals and, amongst its bonus extras, the last-ever interview with O'Bannon, who died in 2009.
26 years down the road, fans are still rabid enough over The Return to warrant Bill Philputt's new feature-length documentary, More Brains! A Return to the Living Dead.
The inaugural ArcLight Cinemas Documentary Film Festival will unspool November 7-11 at Hollywood's preferred venue for special screenings and industry events. The 10 entrants were chosen by fans who voted for trailers on ArcLight's YouTube page out of some 150 hopefuls that attracted more than 100,000 views and more than 30,000 votes.
Alrighty, then! The verdict is officially in! Did the documentary More Brains! A Return to the Living Dead fit the bill, or will it leave you hungry for more? We have our verdict and an exclusive clip for you right here!
Exclusive Q&A: Producers Thommy Hutson and Michael Perez Dish on More Brains! A Return to the Living Dead10/18/2011 at dreadcentral.com
In case you hadn't heard, this week several members of the creative team behind the award-winning Never Sleep Again: The Elm Street Legacy and Bio Channel's Inside Story: Scream have joined forces once again to pay homage to another genre classic, Dan O'Bannon's The Return of the Living Dead.
More Brains! is a must have for any fan of ROTLD. It's funny, informative and a perfect companion piece to the best zombie film of the 1980s.
My hat goes off to Beveraly Randolph, Michael Perez and everyone involved with "More Brains! A Return To The Living Dead" for putting this package together. This is one dvd that I will watch over and over again!!
If you are a fan of films, buy this flick. If you're a fan of RETURN OF THE LIVING DEAD, buy this $#!@ asap and get ready to not only bust out a killer documentary but work your way through some really well produced special features.
When the amazing documentary film on the Nightmare On Elm Street series, Never Sleep Again, was released fans soon learned that it was an exceptional look at the making of an iconic horror series and it stood to reason that those who enjoyed it hoped that the team behind it would take another stab and cover another series. A few years later and the associate producer (Bill Philputt, who directs this time around) and writer (Christian Sellers) of that first documentary have gone back to the horror movie well, this time to cover the story behind Return Of The Living Dead.
The documentary More Brains! A Return to the Living Dead compiles some enjoyable facts from the first film and a heaping helping of extras in one handy dandy package.
When I first heard that there was going to be a documentary on Return of the Living Dead I was extremely stoked. I am part of that group of people who loves listening to actors talk about their experiences while making a film, especially when it's about one of my favorite zombie films.
Documentaries on horror movies seem to be a pretty hot ticket right now. ... But one series I, and pretty much everyone else, never thought would get the documentary treatment is the Return Of The Living Dead movies.
Like most horror film franchises, Return to the Living Dead has had its up and downs, including a long gestation period in which the original concept of the film would be drastically changed and its original director Tobe Hooper (The Texas Chainsaw Massacre) would be replaced due to endless production delays. All this and so much is chronicled in More Brains! A Return to the Living Dead.
CAV & Michael Perez Entertainment crack open a barrel of Trioxin to give us the ultimate retrospective of the greatest horror zombie comedy ever made, Return of the Living Dead!
From the makers of the amazing and detailed look at the Nightmare on Elm Street films called Never Sleep Again (which I reviewed on this site a few months back), comes a new documentary on another 80's horror classic. More Brains! A Return to the Living Dead is every fans dream come true.
All right, kids! Time to feast your bloodshot eyes upon the official home video artwork for the new retrospective clawing your way focusing on The Return of the Living Dead, cleverly entitled More Brains! A Return to the Living Dead.
Just when you thought it was safe to be dead! Members of the creative team behind the award-winning Never Sleep Again: The Elm Street Legacy and Bio Channel's Inside Story: Scream have joined forces once again to unearth the story behind cinema's coolest zombie movie, The Return of the Living Dead.
Here's the trailer for MORE BRAINS! A RETURN TO THE LIVING DEAD, the documentary about the making of Dan O'Bannon's THE RETURN OF THE LIVING DEAD featuring interviews with all the main cast as well as clips, photographs, storyboards, conceptual art, publicity materials, archival documents and behind-the-scenes footage.
A few weeks ago we told you about a new retrospective focusing on The Return of the Living Dead cleverly entitled, More Brains! A Return to the Living Dead. The first word was early and there weren't a lot of details to be found. That changes. Now.
It's an all too common cliché in Hollywood to say someone doesn't age. But in the case of Beverly Randolph, it's a cliché that's almost impossible to avoid. Return of the Living Dead's leading lady was a mere twenty years old when cast in writer-director Dan O'Bannon's outrageous zombie cult classic.
The horror world has seen a ton of retrospectives thus far, and there's another on the way. There's no doubt that when it comes to The Return of the Living Dead, there are lots of tales to tell, and so they shall be.
It looks as if Michael Perez Entertainment and Hutson Ranch Media are putting together something tasty for zombie fans out there.
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