The story picks up several weeks into the Zombie incident, showing the first incarnation of the Hunters, and then flashes back to the first time they actually sought-out the carnivorous bodies with the intention of exterminating them.

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Gareth Anderson ...
Head-Shot Zombie
Gareth Anderson ...
Head-Shot Zombie
Monica Beck ...
Neck-Snap Zombie
Linnet J. Brooks ...
Dr. Rebecca Kaufman
Deborah Campbell ...
First Zombie
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Billy Cassidy
David Dianora ...
Brock Denworth
Jared Feirstein ...
Tony
Ning Ham ...
Nina Chu
Teri Hansen ...
Carrie Walker RN (as Teri Gurorp)
Rick Martinez ...
John Salazar
Christopher J. Murphy ...
Paul Michael Bates
Christie Norman ...
'Staircase' Zombie
Christie Norman ...
Staircase Zombie
Jose Pombo ...
Melee Zombie
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The story picks up several weeks into the Zombie incident, showing the first incarnation of the Hunters, and then flashes back to the first time they actually sought-out the carnivorous bodies with the intention of exterminating them.

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A New Look at the End of the World

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20 December 2007 (USA)  »

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Rick Martinez was trained in Close Quarters Handgun Combat at F6 labs, Nassau County NY. See more »

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Strong opening episode
21 June 2012 | by (The Last New Jersey Drive-In on the Left) – See all my reviews

A group of rough the edges blue collar guys band together to form a special team in order to fight back against the undead after a zombie infestation sweeps the country. A standard premise for sure, but fortunately writer/director Patrick Devaney treats said familiar premise with complete seriousness and a welcome dearth of pretense, with no silly humor or campy winking at the audience. Moreover, Devaney does an able job of creating and sustaining a powerfully unsettling mood of mounting dread and executes a rip-roaring action set piece with the squad squaring off against the zombies in a tenement basement with real skill and punch. Our protagonists are an engagingly scruffy bunch of working class dudes: Devaney as the rugged and sarcastic Billy Cassidy, Rick Martinez as the two-fisted John Salazar, and Christopher J. Murphy as the hard-bitten Bates. The zombies are quite scary, relentless, and ferocious. Of course, we also get a handy helping of in-your-face unflinching graphic gore. The gritty New York City locations provide a certain harsh urban tang. Kudos are also in order for Bernadette McCallion's funky pounding score and the cool rough'n'grainy cinematography by Devaney and Mark Boutros. Potent stuff.


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