Night of the Living 3D Dead (2013) Movie

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Production Company
9thlife Films [gb]
Team Mates Films [gb]
Victorious Distribution [gb]

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Release Date

Running Time
96 (approx)

Unable are the loved to die, for love is immortality.

3d, gore, politics, remake, social, suspense, zombie,

Technical Support
RAT:2.35 : 1

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Full Cast

  1. Berg, Joel (II) as [Tom] <4>
  2. Caine, Gregory as [Harry] <3>
  3. Francis, Nathaniel as [Ben] <2>
  4. Jones, Martin Ashley as [Chief McClelland] <8>
  5. Taylor, David Bruce as [Dr. Victor] <10>
  6. Victor, Samuel as [Taylor] <11>
  7. Atkinson, Gemma (I) as [Barbara] <1>
  8. Di Troya, Elana as [Rose McClelland] <9>
  9. Doherty, Rachel as [Judy] <6>
  10. Duke, Lara as [Helen] <7>
  11. Wood, Hannah May as [Karen] <5>


  1. Horror

Full Plot

Barbara (Gemma Atkinson) is visiting the cemetery with brother Johnny to visit their father's grave, when an unexpected traumatic event forces her to run to the safety of a nearby farmhouse. Soon finding herself with six strangers, boarded in to keep the danger out, Barbara begins to wonder whether an even greater threat lies within. A tense, suspenseful, social & political thriller, in the guise of a classic zombie apocalypse. Samuel Victor Plot not found

Total Business

BT: GBP 200,000


  1. Victor, Samuel

Film Editors

  1. Victor, Samuel

Shooting/Filming Locations

  1. London, England, UK
  2. Minehead, Somerset, England, UK
  3. Los Angeles, California, USA


- Director Samuel Victor decided to make the film after sitting at a screening of the original for teenagers and young adults, noting that the majority did not find it frightening, but remarked on the core story keeping their interest.

- Star Gemma Atkinson is a big fan of horror films, and remembers enjoying the original in her youth.

- The tagline "Unable are the loved to die, for love is immortality" is a quote from an Emily Dickinson poem, chosen by the director as it ironically reflects Barbara's inability to admit the death of family members, who eventually resurface as the undead.

- Many iconic scenes from the original film are re-created with exact camera shots, whilst other scenes are re-imagined using modern camera techniques including crane, dolly and steadicam shots.

- When re-writing the film, one of the small changes the director made was to set Barbara as a British born character living in America. Her father was an American serviceman who impregnated her British mother during a war, in which he dies, and this is why she is visiting his grave in the opening scenes. This change to the original was added to reflect the fact that a small British company were