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The Dead Don't Die


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 Written by
Jim Jarmusch Writer

 Directed by
Jim Jarmusch

In a small peaceful town, zombies suddenly rise to terrorize the town. Now three bespectacled police officers and a strange Scottish morgue expert must band together to defeat the undead.


 Release Date
May 15, 2019

1 hours and 44 minutes (104 minutes)

Bill Murray
  Cliff Robertson
Adam Driver
  Ronald Peterson
Tilda Swinton
  Zelda Winston
Chloë Sevigny
  Mindy Morrison
Selena Gomez
Tom Waits
  Hermit Bob
Steve Buscemi
  Farmer Miller
Danny Glover
  Hank Thompson
Caleb Landry Jones
  Bobby Wiggins
Sara Driver
  Coffee Zombie
Carol Kane
  Mallory O'Brien
Iggy Pop
  Coffee Zombie
Austin Butler
Larry Fessenden
  Danny Perkins
Sid O'Connell
  Guard #2
Taliyah Whitaker
Jahi Di'Allo Winston
Eszter Balint
Maya Delmont
Kevin McCormick
  Guard #1
Rosie Perez
  Posie Juarez
Jodie Markell
  Cat Lady on TV
Rosal Colon
Luka Sabbat
Sturgill Simpson
  Guitar Zombie
Charlotte Kemp Muhl
  Fashion Zombie
Alyssa Maria App
  Kid Zombie
Monica Ayres
  Cable Zombie
Carl Arcilesli
Lorenzo Beronilla
  Zelda Zombie
Justin Clarke
  Cemetery Zombie
Mick Coleman
Joseph Davis
  Police Station Zombie
Tanya Garraghan
  Zelda Zombie
Lexa Hayes
David Hilfstein
  Hardware Zombie / Golf Zombie
Talia Khan
Anastasia Veronica Lee
  Girl with Ice Cream
Jonah Marshall
  Zombie Kid
Julia Morrison
  Tennis Girl Zombie
Deneane Niebergall
  Zelda Drive Zombie
Oliver Patnode
  Cemetery Zombie Kid
Wayne Pyle
  Hardware Zombie
Willoughby Pyle
  Super Hero Zombie Kid
Thomas Racek
  Zelda Zombie
Jerry Schroader
Jude Selenis
  Monster Mask Kid
Dorothea Swiac
  Cable Zombie
Vinnie Velez
  Cable Zombie
Sophia Menja Weinman
  Child Grave Zombie
Willis Williams
  Police Station Zombie / Hardware Zombie

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‘The Dead Don’t Die’ is a luxuriously paced, wittily gory zombie comedy. It’s part social commentary, part homage to cinema, and all ridiculous. With yet another pleasing genre film on offer from Jim Jarmusch, you’d be dead right to want to check it out.
- Charlie David Page

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