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What does LOTD stand for?

LOTD stands for Land of the Dead (movie)

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Written by gaming god Tim Schafer, the story spanned Manny Calavera's four-year trek across the Land of the Dead and featured many a memorable moment.
His recent work includes voice parts in Ice Age and its sequels, George A Romero's Land of the Dead, The Happening, and The Lincoln Lawyer.
Romero was mooted to make a Resident Evil movie at one point, but instead created Land of the Dead in 2005, followed by 2007''s Diary of the Dead and 2009''s Survival of the Dead.
Argento is a cigar-smoking, tattooed voluptuary, and in the film's most memorable scene, rushes in to lick blood from the wound her lover-to-be has incurred from a duel with her elderly husband - this may be an in-joke: the daughter of horror director Dario, Argento is also an old hand at vampiredom from Land of the Dead and such.
They are sad that the living must ultimately go to the land of the dead and decide to bring back the departed spirits.
They head to the edge of the world in search of Jack, where Barbossa helpfully informs his crew, "It's not getting to The Land Of The Dead that's the problem ( it's getting back