Do you see the important of copywrite law, kids? If Night of the Living Dead had only been created with a little © in the title they wouldn’t have horrible films and projects ripping it off completely and tarnishing its good name.

Night of the Living Dead 3D was just another in a long line of films taking advantage of the film’s public domain status. I’d say it’s a terrible film but I don’t really know for myself how bad it gets, because I turned it off about twenty minutes into it after my friend and I both got migraines. Thanks, magenta/green glasses! (Although Trevor saw it and verified its crappiness.)

But I did see enough to be embarrassed for top billed Sid Haig, and have you seen that man’s filmography? Love him to pieces and he’s been in a billion classic blaxpoitation films but the man hasn’t gotten a good role since The Devil’s Rejects.

Anyway, we all though that film was behind us, till Shock Till You Drop reported that director Jeff Broadstreet will be pumping out a sequel to his most successful and most unoriginal film.

The latest victims to this fiasco will be the Wishmaster himself Andrew Divoff and one Jeffrey Combs (noooo!!!)

The synopsis: After inheriting the family mortuary, a pyrophobic mortician (Divoff) accidentally exposes hundreds of un-cremated bodies to toxic medical waste. As the corpses reanimate, the mortician’s inheritance-seeking younger brother (JEFFREY COMBS) unexpectedly shows up, stumbling upon a full zombie outbreak!

Altogether now, folks!