An evil and corrupt U.S. government agency accidentally unleashes a virus on a small town while attempting to perfect a top-secret biological weapon designed to create the perfect army. The... See full summary »
Christopher L. Clark,
Joseph D. Durbin
The story of six people caught in the unusual (except in horror films) predicament of being stranded in a deserted fishing lodge with a host of alien-infected, mutant amoeba-controlled zombies at their doorstep.
Sarah Grant Brendecke,
A series of cryptic phone messages and visions haunt a writer while he struggles to finish a novel. As they increase in intensity, he loses his grip on reality, eventually obsessing over an... See full summary »
October 2008. A biochemical weapon explosion causes a freak chain of events and brings the dead back to life. It is up to five people to make a stand for survival against an ever growing army of the Living Dead.
The United States Government has developed a highly effective nerve gas that is unleashed upon the residents of a small Maryland City. During the top secret exercise the infected citizens begin to convert each resident into a sort of living zombie, until the remaining town residents, 6 total strangers, are trapped inside a movie theater cineplex. Written by
During production filming stopped twice. Once because actress Ashley Young separated her shoulder in an accident off set, and the second time to take a break through the winter months because director Gary Ugarek said "it is too hard to get people to come out and freeze their asses off just to play a zombie for free." Ironically, in 2004 Director Gary Ugarek drove to Toronto, Ontario Canada in mid November to play a zombie in George A. Romero's 'Land of the Dead' (2005) although the nightly temperatures were in the high 20's he never complained about the cold. See more »
During the meeting to commence the exercise of releasing the toxin on the public the boom mic and a crew member are visible in a reflection from art work used on the set. See more »
[Chris and Sean are about to make a run for the car, when Chris gets second thoughts]
This is not the time to be changing things man
I know, I just think we need a back-up plan is all.
What do you suggest?
Yeah the Marquee, you know the big fucking sign in the parking lot. Its 8 or 9 feet off the ground, we could climb up and be out of reach.
Well you better pray they can't jump or fly because otherwise we're screwed.
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The United States Government has developed a highly effective nerve gas that is unleashed upon the residents of a small Maryland City.
During the top secret exercise the infected citizens begin to convert each resident into a sort of living zombie, until the remaining town residents, 6 total strangers, are trapped inside a movie theater cineplex.
Direct to video taped on video and horribly acted. There is not plot at all. Tests go awry and people are suddenly zombies. Nothing new. Except that nearly half the movie is over before you see a zombie. And idiotically, when a gazillion zombies are rioting, an army guy actually repeatedly says "I got the shot. I got the shot." Uh, it would be hard to miss -- there are so many!
It's really a bad movie
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