Reviews

http://www.quietearth.us/articles/2012/02/Review-of-mad-as-nuts-PORTRAIT-OF-A-ZOMBIE

“…the sound editing, acting and naturalistic dialogue, along with the evil sense of humor all combine to make a very memorable and worthy entry into the zombie canon. …a refreshingly confident sense of its own style. I look forward to seeing more from Mr. Bailey in the future, maybe even a sequel?” – The Quiet Earth

http://www.irishtimes.com/newspaper/features/2012/0717/1224320249560.html

“Impressively disgusting…Bing deserves serious praise for locating real emotion in such a fantastic tale. “ – The Irish Times (Donald Clarke)

http://www.directorslive.com/cinequest-22/cinequest-film-review-portrait-zombie

“The dialogue is witty and creative and brings a lighthearted feeling to the movie. The tension and story builds nicely adds mystery but in a suspenseful way. The makeup and music are completely fantastic and really bring a sense of reality to the film. Though the film is in the horror genre, Portrait is very faceted and is a film that all genres fans can enjoy.” – DirectorsLive

http://www.metroactive.com/features/cinequest-guide/top-picks.html

“…stands comparison to Shaun of the Dead …perfectly pitched performances by Geraldine McAlinden and Rory Mullen” MetroActive

http://jasonwatchesmovies.blogspot.com/2012/03/jason-goes-to-cinequest-day-5.html

“Horror comedies that are this effective both as comedies and as horror are pretty rare.” Jason Watches Movies

http://philsfilmadventures.blogspot.com/2012/03/phil-attends-cinequest-day-five-march-3.html

“Bailey deserves praise for creating an original and creative zombie film. He proves that there is still life (pun intended) within the zombie subgenre. …there are a couple of scenes that are so damn vile and outrageous that you cannot believe what you are seeing! And you cannot look away…” Phil’s Film Adventures

http://www.kaos2000.net/festivals/cinequest/2012/reviews.html

“Possibly one of the best feature films at Cinequest this year, due primarily to its flawless flow from comedic documentary-styled oddness into classic horror. “Portrait Of A Zombie” is filled with brilliant acting and dialogue, while chock-full of genre-references, moral implications, and touching on social issues in its own way. A perfect film overall. If there is a sequel to be made, we want to see it.”

 

 

 

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