- Starring: Clint Howard, Jonathan Cherry, Ona Grauer, Tyron Leitso
- Summary: Based on the best selling video game from Sega, House of the Dead tells the story of a group of college students who go to a rave on a mysterious island and get more than they bargained for when they find themselves stalked by killer zombies and terrifying creatures intent on feasting on the flesh of the living. (Artisan Entertainment)… Expand
- Director: Uwe Boll
- Genre(s): Action, Thriller, Horror
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DominicR.10an asian wearing a one-piece american flag swimsuit jumps(in slo-mo) 10 feet in the air, while a zombie frontflips, throwing an axe, while the asian fires a shotgun shell 50 feet away at said zombie. the axe misses, but the shell hit the zombie dead on in the head... CRAYZAY!!!!… Expand
6A fantastically underwhelming sense of production values is present but if you wish to base a score on the question "does this film entertain?", then yes, it does. There are lots of unintentional laughs that elevate it above the standard "*Genre* Movie" and the editing of actual in-game footage has to be seen to be believed. Those familiar with the work of Uwe Boll will not be surprised and, moreover, disappointed.
*Best watched - with friends and possibly under the influence of alcohol*… Expand
Brian3Hliarously bad, Ona Grauers had a great performance though. Her breasts performed great.
This review contains spoilers, click expand to view. Uwe Boll's "House of the Dead" is simply the worst movie I've seen in my life. NOTHING makes sense. The film will literally pierce your heart for its terrible cinematography as well as giving you nightmares and shudders of how such film can be so terrible. I don't give a **** if this German director started filming at age 10; reality is, he shouldn't.… Expand
Published: September 8, 2010This week's "Resident Evil: Afterlife" is yet another film adaptation of a popular videogame. Everything you've heard about the genre is true: there are a lot of terrible movies, and a lot of Uwe Boll movies. (And those categories are definitely not mutually exclusive.) We look at the "best" and worst examples of games-turned-movies.