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Dead Survivors (2010)

A fatal Virus has turned the inhabitants of an entire city into ravenous Zombies. The future of a small group of survivors relies on the outstanding Martial Arts abilities of Chris Burnside... See full summary »

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Michael Krug ...
Chris Burnside
Julia Köhler ...
Sarah
Tino Dörner ...
Dean
Ida Marie Unger ...
Isabelle
Stephan König ...
Col. Gabriel Templar
Witalij Kühne ...
Ben
Alexander Mende ...
Project X
Marie Weigt ...
Rebecca
Romy Schreiber ...
Ada
Heinrich Kus ...
Forgó Tamás ...
Leon (as Tamás Forgó)
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Templar's 1st Guard
Falko Kleinert ...
Selon Fischer ...
Long Haired Soldier (as Maximilian Krug)
Willi Hessel ...
Drunk Soldier
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A fatal Virus has turned the inhabitants of an entire city into ravenous Zombies. The future of a small group of survivors relies on the outstanding Martial Arts abilities of Chris Burnside. As their hideaway is attacked by a horde of the undead, they are forced to flee. Out of fuel, fighting their way through the woods they find an old mansion which holds the key to the infection, as well as other bad surprises. (c) hazard-themovie.com Written by Anonymous

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14 March 2010 (Germany)  »

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Pretty abysmal
12 February 2012 | by (Hamburg, Germany) – See all my reviews

Even for an indie movie, this flick is rather atrocious. A bunch of school kids (one of them still has braces!) stroll through so-called "Raccoon City", which looks suspiciously like an East German town, call each other by English names and ranks they can't even pronounce correctly ("Cornel" Templar?), shoot other kids with bad makeup using what's obviously blank guns, and mumble silly dialogs that could've been written by a fifth grader, with no acting skills whatsoever. I'm referring to the original German audio, the English dub is even worse. Some errors are funny and likely deliberate, e.g. fumbling with an ammo box with the logo of a well-known fireworks brand and a "9mm blank" designation in plain view. But there are not enough of these ironic moments to save this trash-fest. Avoid, unless you dig the worst of the worst in movie making.


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