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I thought his scene with Danny in the kitchen was great, but all of his other scenes felt a little forced. This is probably the 4th time I've seen this movie. Now, since I know what's going to happen, it doesn't impact me nearly as much, but there are definitely some spine-tingling moments. I think my favorite part of the movie is the zombie daughter eating the dads arm and then going and killing (stabbing like 15 times) the mom..scream is great. Apparently she was full after all that arm eating, because mom wasn't touched. It's hard to believe a little kid pulled that off so beautifully. I was not a big fan of Scatman Crothers as Dick Hallorann. Sho HD - Very good horror flick set on a space station, which stars Sam Neill, the mom from Nip/Tuck and the gap between Laurence Fishburne's teeth. It's Paul Anderson, there's no way he made a good movie. This is really a huge jump from Night of the Living Dead and they really did a good job, considering when the movie was made and, what I'm sure was, a fairly low budget. This is the first time I have seen Dawn of the Dead. Scare Factor: 8/10 (initial viewing); Scare Factor (now): 4/10Milla Jovovich is once again terribly annoying. The tagline for this movie is: "A Masterpiece of Modern Horror." I think they got that exactly right. As for the hedge creatures, I think the hedge maze worked so much better in the movie than the hedge creatures in the mini-series.
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I noticed something that I have heard in another commentary before, where Sienna said something and they intercut a Jovovich laugh after something she said. Basically about a mother, played brilliantly by Colleen Porch, who gets a "vision from god" and decides to go all Jack Torrence by killing her infant son and three kids.