Braindead Baby


Braindead (also known as Dead Alive in North America) is a 1992 New Zealand splatstick zombie film directed by Peter Jackson, produced by John Booth, and written by Jackson, along with Fran Walsh and Stephen Sinclair.

The film follows Lionel, a man who lives with his mother Vera and constantly gets in trouble for his relationship with Paquita. When a rabid rat-monkey bites his mother, she in turn gradually converts the residents of the town into a zombie horde.


Technical data sheet :

  • Dimensions : 24,4 x 13,7 x 6,3 in aprox. (heigh/width/deep) / 62 x 35 x 16 cm.

  • Materials : Latex.

  • Weight : 1,01 pounds aprox. (460 g).

  • Painting : Hand painted with high strengh and durability paints.

  • Finish : Matt protection varnish.

  • Includes a lot of details as the baby clothes colors, buttons...


Data sheet

24,4 x 13,7 x 6,3 in (heigh/width/deep) aprox.
1,01 pounds aprox.