A News Crew gets wind of the story of the century when they learn that the dead are returning to life. Escaping from their wraith, they encounter a redneck and young girl in which they end ... See full summary »
A News Crew gets wind of the story of the century when they learn that the dead are returning to life. Escaping from their wraith, they encounter a redneck and young girl in which they end up at an old church where they need to survive not only the living dead, but each other. Written by
The blood that splatters on the windshield of the news van disappears in later shots. See more »
Dedicated to the brave men, women and children who died as heroes on that fateful sunny morning of September the 11th, 2001. I thought long and hard before ending this film with the last spoken line of, 'Let's Roll', and figured it was to honor those who have fallen. In a sense, terrorists are like the living dead, mindless drones who march off to complete their crazed tasks because they don't know any better. May god, any god, have mercy on their souls. 9/11 'A cry for help, a day to remember.' See more »
Did that really happen? Is this movie real? Can a movie be so terrible? So terrible that I, a connoisseur of horrid cinema, am surprised by such insane awfulness? I'm afraid it might be true...
This movie HAD to be intentionally bad. I just had to. I can't explain it in my had any other way. The acting is so bad that it is a work of comedic genius! I have never seen such random special effects (I guess some heads bleed when you shoot them and some heads don't) in my life. The dialogue was full of gems: "Big bull balls usually get snipped. You don't want that Ballsy Boy!" GREAT! I loved this piece of absolute and total wreckage. It is quite possibly the most terrible thing I've seen, which is VERY impressive. Ten outta ten...all you "serious" nerds out there can hate me for bringing up the the star average. Ha ha
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