While ambushing a drug-dealer, Detective Eddie Boone (James Black) is injected in a fight against the dealer with a new drug called Ozone, which transforms the users in powerful zombies. ...
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During a drug raid, a narcotics officer confronts a strange Voodoo priest named Dr. Death, who is chanting. The officer and the priest shoot it out and they both wind up dead. Later, the ... See full summary »
Christina M. Bookwalter
Gary is a trailer park romance novelist who can't seem to sleep at night. He also thinks that he saw a monster assaulting his girlfriend while she was sleeping. People is his trailer park ... See full summary »
Terry J. Lipko
While ambushing a drug-dealer, Detective Eddie Boone (James Black) is injected in a fight against the dealer with a new drug called Ozone, which transforms the users in powerful zombies. His partner and friend Mike Weitz (Tom Hoover) is kidnapped by a group of Ozone addicted. Eddie tries to find Mike in the streets, fighting against the zombies and having several hallucinations due to the effect drug in his blood. Written by
Claudio Carvalho, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
Nearly at the end of the credits there is the following paragraph: 'this motion picture was shot entirely on location in Akron, Ohio and surrounding neighborhouuds. (okay, so we lied, we shot one scene in Canton.) See more »
The movie runs for an hour and twenty minutes and it does nothing except prove that even good movie ideas can be ruined if not handled well. The acting is piss poor and the " zombie -mutants " don't even raise a laugh. While it is true that lack of money can seriously cramp one's style the fact that this movie is bad is not related to low budget but rather to low standards. Haphazard story lines, cliched dialogues ,poor lighting, crude sfx and an unsurprising twist at the end make this movie a must for masochists and insomniacs.
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