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When big city detectives refuse to further investigate his kid brother's gang related murder, small town Sheriff Michael Spencer drops the badge and goes undercover to find his brother's killer and avenge his death.
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A group of peaceful Vampires are infected and turned into crazed zombie like creatures whose only motivation is to feed on flesh, whether Human or Vampire. A group of Vamprie commandos tries to keep their identity secret, while trying to stop the spread of the infection. Soldiers from across the ages, it's up to these vampires to end the zombie infection. Caught in the middle is a group of human kids on a camping trip, who team up with the Vampires in an attempt to survive. Written by
So there's a whole town with people like you?
And none of you could go out during the day?
Kinda comes with the territory of being a nightwalker.
Sounds so much better than "vampire". "Vampire" makes us sound like a bunch of blood-thirsty ghouls.
[Lance was just about to say something]
Don't you even say it! I'm not in the mood.
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Closing credits: No animals, zombies, vampires, vikings or western town folks were harmed in the making of this motion picture. See more »
One for zombie/vampire/zombie vampire movie completists only.
The Dead Undead. What the hell does that mean? Dead is no longer living, and undead means technically dead but reanimated. So does that mean that 'the dead undead' are the undead who have died again? If so, doesn't that mean that they are just dead?
Beats me! As it happens, the dumb title isn't the worst thing about this film. It all starts out promisingly enough with a group of young vacationers (three hot babes, two guys) arriving at a strangely deserted motel, the girls immediately opting to get into their bikinis and go swimming, but goes rapidly downhill when the group is attacked by zombies with vampire like traits. It turns out that these are ZVszombie vampiresvampires that have turned into zombies after feeding on bovine blood infected with mad cow disease.
Hot on the heels of these horror hybrids are a highly trained and well-armed team of 'good' vampires (led by Luke Goss) who hope to deal with the problem before it spirals out of control. Cue lots of repetitive action, plenty of random gunfire, much macho posturing, crap CGI blood, stunt-men leaping from hidden trampolines onto the roofs of cars, dreadful flashbacks to pad out the running time (with two of the most unconvincing Vikings imaginable), truly awful acting, a pointless cameo from Forrest J. Ackerman, and Vernon Wells (of Mad Max 2 fame) passing time between signing autographs at movie conventions.
3.5 out of 10, generously rounded up 4 to IMDb.
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