Return of the Living Dead 4: Necropolis

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Overview

First came 1985's Return of the Living Dead, the critically-acclaimed Romero follow-up helmed by Alien and Dark Star-guru Dan O'Bannon. Then came successive sequels, released in 1988 and 1993. The latest installment in the series, Return of the Living Dead 4: Necropolis, debuted on The Sci-Fi Channel and stars screen vet Peter Coyote E.T., Timerider. When the parents of young Cody Cory C. Hardrict suddenly die in a car wreck, he and his siblings are shipped off to stay with Uncle Charlie Griffin Coyote, a ...
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Overview

First came 1985's Return of the Living Dead, the critically-acclaimed Romero follow-up helmed by Alien and Dark Star-guru Dan O'Bannon. Then came successive sequels, released in 1988 and 1993. The latest installment in the series, Return of the Living Dead 4: Necropolis, debuted on The Sci-Fi Channel and stars screen vet Peter Coyote E.T., Timerider. When the parents of young Cody Cory C. Hardrict suddenly die in a car wreck, he and his siblings are shipped off to stay with Uncle Charlie Griffin Coyote, a scientist using the trioxin chemical substance from the previous films to raise a group of invincible, biogenetic soldiers. Cody doesn't ask questions about his uncle's top-secret project -- that is, until one of Cody's close friends is injured in an automobile accident. When the friend's body is shipped off to Charlie's facility, Cody and his pals break into the lab -- and accidentally set free hordes of zombies. Gorehounds will be awestruck, as stomachs are ripped in half, blood and guts fly through the air, and flesh is devoured. The film also stars John Keefe as Julian Garrison and Jana Kramer as Katie Williams.
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Special Features

Closed Caption; 16x9 widescreen version; 5.1 and 2.0 Dolby Digital; English and Spanish subtitles; Trailers
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 4/18/2006
  • UPC: 031398192039
  • Original Release: 2005
  • Rating:

  • Source: Lions Gate
  • Region Code: 1
  • Presentation: Wide Screen / Subtitled
  • Time: 1:28:00
  • Format: DVD
  • Sales rank: 34,027

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Aimee Lynn Chadwick Becky
Cory C. Hardrict Cody
John Keefe Julian Garrison
Jana Kramer Katie Williams
Peter Coyote Uncle Charles
Dan Astilieanu Garcia
Constantin Barbulescu Joey
Mihai Bisericanu Paramedic
Elvin Dandel Zeke
Toma Danila Carlos
Alexandru Geoana Jake
Serban Georgevici Hector
Harold R. Greene Himself
Harold Greene Himself
Claudiu Istodor Doctor
Lorena Lupu Genie
Monica Mihaescu Elderly Receptionist
Diana Munteau Mimi
Esther Nathalie Ms. Rayburn
Gelu Nitu Boris
Razvan Oprea Darren
Cristian Popa Student #2
George Remes Student #1
Claudiu Trandafir Nicholai
Technical Credits
Ellory Elkayem Director
William Butler Screenwriter
Tony Cartu Camera Operator, Cinematographer
James Coblentz Editor
Adrian Conerth Asst. Director
Vladimir Dostal Executive Producer
Vladu Elena Stunts
Tom Fox Executive Producer
Anatoly Fradis Producer
Lyudmila Fradis Co-producer
Dean Fronk Casting
Mikhail Gugin Co-producer
Mircea Hategan Asst. Director
Ana Ioneci Costumes/Costume Designer
Lucian Iordache Special Effects
Marcus Knaus Associate Producer
Gabriel Kosuth Cinematographer
Steven G. Legler Production Designer
Niklai Makarov Executive Producer
Nikolay Makarov Executive Producer
Mircea Modoi Camera Operator, Cinematographer
Mircea Onisor Art Director
Optic Nerve Makeup Special Effects
Calin Papura Production Designer
Donald Paul Pemrick Casting
Ralph Rieckermann Musical Direction/Supervision
Robert Duncan Score Composer, Songwriter
Steve Scarduzio Producer
Viorel Sergobvichi Cinematographer
Vyacheslav Shcherbak Sound/Sound Designer
Alexander Shermet Art Director
Greg Solomon Production Manager
Cornelia Stefan Asst. Director
Aaron Strongoni Screenwriter
Tamara Taille Associate Producer
Tatyana Tatarenko Makeup
Bogdan Verzhibitski Cinematographer
John Vulich Associate Producer, Makeup Special Effects
John Wheaton Art Director
Yuri Yakusha Stunts
Anna Zhuravaskaya Casting
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Scene Index

Disc #1 -- Return of the Living Dead 4: Necropolis
1. Hybra Tech [3:40]
2. Chernobyl [3:42]
3. Personal Use [3:50]
4. Licoln High [4:37]
5. Hands On [2:02]
6. Riding [4:54]
7. Good Boy [3:33]
8. Here's Dinner [3:56]
9. Get Him [4:07]
10. Good to Go [2:24]
11. Shoot [3:11]
12. Ventilation Ducts [4:43]
13. Level I [3:14]
14. Breach [3:53]
15. Security Failure [3:06]
16. Get Out [4:03]
17. North Tower [3:25]
18. Safety Is On [3:52]
19. Weapons [2:44]
20. Brains [1:55]
21. Bring It [5:17]
22. Backup [3:10]
23. Top News [1:38]
24. End Credits [7:21]
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Menu

Disc #1 -- Return of the Living Dead 4: Necropolis
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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    WTF?!?!

    First and for most this was such a departure from the franchise. The idea behind these films were to break every zombie cliche' out there humoriously... For starters, head shots work. If you remember the first film they did not. Secondly some of the xombies were slow and others were fast- pick one or go a whole new route please! Then there's the scores of interesting concepts the film makers could've explored and simply did not: Zombie clones (the little baby things in a jar), Zombie cyborgs, Zombie experimentation... the list goes on and on. All you get is a tease. The of course there's the fact that the box clearly advertises English Subtitles and fails even to deliver on this venture... This a rental at worst, hopefully you caught it on cable.

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