Wednesday, May 19, 2010

Review – Dead Air

Night of the Living Dead meets the Howard Stern Show in a combination that’s actually a little better than it should have been. After terrorists release a madness-inducing gas, a handful of people working on a late night radio call-in show try to make sense of the situation and fend off the armies of crazies swarming in the streets. The script is weak, and the picture loses direction in the third act. But it has a few entertaining moments, not to mention more of a point than most mid-budget Romero wannabe productions. Who would have thought Corbin Bernsen would turn out to be a better director than he was an actor? Mildly amusing

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