Karen L. Wolf
October 9, 2001 (2001-10-09)
Night of the Living Dead: 30th Anniversary Edition
Tom Savini(Deputy Hughs),
Martin Schiff(Deputy Randolph),
Damien Luvara(Matthew Micheals),
Tom Stoviak(Gregg Peters),
A Barrett Worland(Abbott Hayes)
Alan Howarth, Alan Howarth, Baron Howarth of Newport
Thirty years later and they're walking again...
Flesheater, Night of the Living Dead, Night of the Living Dead 3D
Children of the Living Dead is a 2001 American direct-to-video zombie film written by Karen L. Wolf, directed by Tor Ramsey, and executive produced by John A. Russo.
Children of the living dead phelous
Serial murderer and rapist Abbott Hayes disappears from the morgue and becomes the leader of several waves of zombies that attack his home town. Fourteen years after the last zombie attack, a businessman relocates bodies from a local cemetery to pave the way for progress, but sets in motion Abbott's next undead assault.
The film received negative reviews from critics. Russo called it the worst film that he had worked on, and said that he often tempted to resign from the production. Savini has also been dismissive of the film; in an interview, he said that it was originally meant to be a serious horror film but turned out horrible. Writing in The Zombie Movie Encyclopedia, Volume 2, academic Peter Dendle said, "Wretched and hopeless, this movie manages to be dismal, boring, and unnecessarily complicated, all at once."
ReferencesChildren of the Living Dead Wikipedia
Children of the Living Dead IMDb Children of the Living Dead themoviedb.org