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The Shadow Walkers (2006)

Shadow Walkers is a highly suspenseful story of a group of lab technicians and military personnel who awaken in a subterranean laboratory with no memory of who they are. They quickly ... See full summary »



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Credited cast:
Pierson (as Joseph McCambridge)
Primary Shadow Walker
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Katie Anhalt ...
Shadow Walker
Steven Brown ...
General's Aide
Steven J. Burge ...
Brian D. Cahill ...
Black Ops Team
Gary Carnes ...
Jewel Cavazos ...
Shadow Walker (as Jewel Lehman)


Shadow Walkers is a highly suspenseful story of a group of lab technicians and military personnel who awaken in a subterranean laboratory with no memory of who they are. They quickly discover that they are sealed in, with only one way to get out alive. They must travel deeper into the underground facility to an escape tunnel that leads to the surface. Hindered by the fact there is only limited electrical power, they struggle through the darkness where they uncover a hive of genetically mutated creatures that stalk them from the shadows. Bred for combat, these monsters are endowed with razor sharp talons and rows of jagged teeth capable of ripping a man apart. While avoiding danger at every turn, they begin to regain their memories, discovering the origin of the deadly creatures and the part they played in their creation. Written by Mostly Films LLC

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Rated R for violence and gore, language and brief sexuality


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27 September 2006 (USA)  »

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Disgrace to motion pictures
20 September 2007 | by (Canada) – See all my reviews

I just created my IMDb profile just to comment this movie At first when I saw the cover of the DVD box, it looked like an interesting Resident Evil type movie (I like those movies even if we are invaded by those these days), so I bought it. Yep 10$ I'll never see again. When I watched the movie for the first time on my PC, I thought they had put the wrong movie on the DVD. I have one random question, why is there a picture of a girl on the cover? Anyways, I just couldn't believe it.

At first, as the movie starts, all meanings of "acting" disappears. It's hard to become absorbed in a movie where the characters are acting just like if they were playing in "Scary Movie". The main character, who's supposed to be an army men or something, doesn't know how to hold a shotgun coreclty and has a very mind buzzing/confusing way of fighting. Maybe I'm too used to seeing movies like "The Matrix" or Jet Lee movies, but I think there's a limit.

The visual effects and the editing are poor. I was sure it was a 90's horror movie inspired who's director's vision was highly inspired by Power Rangers, but then I saw on IMDb that it was a 2006 release. I was speechless. Come on, replay 5 times the same stunt in 60 diff angles with 15fps poor slow motion effects and fades is bad. I am sure the movie was filmed with a 200$ digital camera with a 5$ computer microphone and edited with Windows Movie Maker. No, I'm sorry, WMM can't make green screen effects, which were unaceptable for a 2006 production.

The music makes no sense with the actions that are presented. What's the deal with the terrific metal band that plays the music for the "action" scenes... The first song kinda sounded OK.

The sound effects are so cheesy. Some sounds were obviously directly taken from games and/or taken from a very common sound database. I'm sure I've heard some Starcraft sounds in there. The creatures' voice changing is hilarious.

The costumes and the make-up is laughable. The army related costumes are the best. Like I have these clothes at home in a closet we never open. The make-up is soooo outdated. They used the same type of make-up in the 1922 movie "Nosferatu" without the green. Personnaly, I wouldn't be so scared of weird green face monsters with plastic teeth.

The setting is (im running out of vocabulary). They managed to film almost the entire movie in a subterranean parking. I think this is pretty impressive, but sad.

If you want to rent a scary movie, stay as far as you can from this movie. If you want to rent a funny movie, jump on this one, its the best because it wasn't meant to be funny. If you want, you can actually make copies this film and sell them legally, because the government knows you won't make a penny out of it.

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