Revolt of the Zombies Reviews

  • Oct 26, 2015

    Great idea for a story, but everything about this is done badly. The acting, the editing, sigh...

    Great idea for a story, but everything about this is done badly. The acting, the editing, sigh...

  • Sep 24, 2014

    Slow and occasionally racist.

    Slow and occasionally racist.

  • Oct 26, 2013

    Plod Plod Plod--Zombie melodrama!!

    Plod Plod Plod--Zombie melodrama!!

  • Dec 15, 2012

    I love cheesy B-movies of all kinds, I love black and white films, and I love horror films...but Revolt Of The Zombies sucked ass. Despite being only a little over an hour long, this film is very, very boring and is also very sloppy in its execution. The storyline is very poorly told and rarely makes sense due to extremely poor editing, the acting is wooden, the characters barely qualify as being one dimensional, there is no actual suspense or horror, and it wastes its potentially interesting premise. It also meanders aimlessly, and it also feebly tries to throw in some half-assed romance scenes. This film is just awful and not nearly bad enough to be fun.

    I love cheesy B-movies of all kinds, I love black and white films, and I love horror films...but Revolt Of The Zombies sucked ass. Despite being only a little over an hour long, this film is very, very boring and is also very sloppy in its execution. The storyline is very poorly told and rarely makes sense due to extremely poor editing, the acting is wooden, the characters barely qualify as being one dimensional, there is no actual suspense or horror, and it wastes its potentially interesting premise. It also meanders aimlessly, and it also feebly tries to throw in some half-assed romance scenes. This film is just awful and not nearly bad enough to be fun.

  • Mar 11, 2012

    Very slow and boring. There's not much to this 'Zombie Revolt' and the characters are uninteresting. It has some decent sets but overall it's a miss.

    Very slow and boring. There's not much to this 'Zombie Revolt' and the characters are uninteresting. It has some decent sets but overall it's a miss.

  • Feb 22, 2012

    Half-way through the movie I was kinda wondering where are the zombies?

    Half-way through the movie I was kinda wondering where are the zombies?

  • Feb 09, 2012

    Bien ordinaire et sans saveur comme film de zombies..

    Bien ordinaire et sans saveur comme film de zombies..

  • Dec 29, 2011

    Short oldies. Not much about zombie but more of love story. Fails terribly. During WW1 at the Franco-Austrian Frontier, an oriental priest (William Crowell) is capture and held life imprisonment because he have the power to turn men into zombie. Roy D'Arcy kill him and steal the manuscript. George Cleveland the general suggest they must travel to Angkor, find the secret and destroy it. His daughter Dorothy Stone is also on board. Dean Jagger propose to her. She accepts it but actually like Robert Noland. The truth is reveal and Dean accept the fact. He seems to find a lead to the secret and alone went to the temple. He follow a monk to a secret location and found a tablet carving. But he is dismiss because he left to Angkor on his own. Dean do the experiment on his helper Teru Shimada and succeed. Roy finds him for the formula and Dean summon Teru to kill him. Robert and Dorothy are planning to escape but is too late. Dean tell Dorothy if she go back to his embrace, he will not kill Robert. Dean don't wish to use the power to make Dorothy love him and free the spell. All the people under his spell awakens and destroy his lab. The soldiers kill Dean.

    Short oldies. Not much about zombie but more of love story. Fails terribly. During WW1 at the Franco-Austrian Frontier, an oriental priest (William Crowell) is capture and held life imprisonment because he have the power to turn men into zombie. Roy D'Arcy kill him and steal the manuscript. George Cleveland the general suggest they must travel to Angkor, find the secret and destroy it. His daughter Dorothy Stone is also on board. Dean Jagger propose to her. She accepts it but actually like Robert Noland. The truth is reveal and Dean accept the fact. He seems to find a lead to the secret and alone went to the temple. He follow a monk to a secret location and found a tablet carving. But he is dismiss because he left to Angkor on his own. Dean do the experiment on his helper Teru Shimada and succeed. Roy finds him for the formula and Dean summon Teru to kill him. Robert and Dorothy are planning to escape but is too late. Dean tell Dorothy if she go back to his embrace, he will not kill Robert. Dean don't wish to use the power to make Dorothy love him and free the spell. All the people under his spell awakens and destroy his lab. The soldiers kill Dean.

  • Nov 29, 2011

    Muddled, illogical, and confusing attempt to mix the 1930's concept of zombie with war and archaeological issues. Luckily the last 10-odd minutes are the best 10 minutes in the movie... although whether many viewers will get past the first 30 is a completely different beast--and not enough to save the movie, anyway.

    Muddled, illogical, and confusing attempt to mix the 1930's concept of zombie with war and archaeological issues. Luckily the last 10-odd minutes are the best 10 minutes in the movie... although whether many viewers will get past the first 30 is a completely different beast--and not enough to save the movie, anyway.

  • Oct 11, 2011

    As a remake it could be good, but by it's self it's a racist piece of crap. the ideal however is intersting.

    As a remake it could be good, but by it's self it's a racist piece of crap. the ideal however is intersting.