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Juan of the DeadWhen the dead rise and attack the living, Juan starts a business to profit off of killing the zombies, but the group may soon find their own lives at risk and Joan has to save his small band from being eaten.Keywords:
Actors of "Juan of the Dead"
Directors of "Juan of the Dead"Alejandro BruguésBirthdate: 21 August 1976, Buenos Aires, Argentina
Creators of "Juan of the Dead"Alejandro BruguésBirthdate: 21 August 1976, Buenos Aires, Argentina
Critic Reviews of "Juan of the Dead"Time OutMay 03, 2012
The 'Evil Dead' and Romero nods are fun, but characters appear for no reason and are bumped off without warning; there's just not enough flesh on these funny bones.Miami HeraldMarch 08, 2012
As a zombie picture, Juan of the Dead is merely OK. But as a satirical comedy of life in Cuba under Castro, it totally kills - and keeps coming back for more.Cinema CrazedNovember 12, 2013
A silly and occasionally creepy zombie movie, but one that also dares to have a brain...rec.arts.movies.reviewsApril 26, 2013
Not only is this movie funnier than "Shawn of the Dead", its obvious inspiration, it is proof that Cuba is not a totalitarian dungeon.We Got This CoveredSeptember 13, 2012
Sure, some of the socialist humor and Cuban culture may be lost on American viewers, but the film is still a ton of fun.Big HollywoodSeptember 01, 2012
This zombie revolucion takes aim at our funny bone and the damage done by the Castro regime.Movie ChambersAugust 28, 2012
The story is a bit choppy from the middle to the end. But, hardcore zombie fans can be very forgiving. And, for them, "Juan of the Dead" might just be worth the time. The ending is clever and upbeat. Not too bad.FEARnetAugust 28, 2012
A very broad and exceedingly splattery mash-up of horror, comedy, and mild social commentary.BrianOrndorf.comJuly 19, 2012
A little too slight to fill out a feature-length run time, yet it's spunky enough to entertain and occasionally horrify, though it's not always the zombies that induce the most revulsion.Observer (UK)May 05, 2012
A familiar horror spoof that rather overstays its welcome.The ListMay 04, 2012
Juan of The Dead is rough and ready, the effects are a little shoddy, the comedy is broad and sometimes homophobic but there are just enough whimsical moments and deadpan hilarity to make it worthwhile.Daily Mail (UK)May 03, 2012
It's probably best enjoyed while drunk.
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