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A team of soldiers who are assembled to help end a zombie outbreak in a Romanian town. Full summary » | Add synopsis »
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  (in credits order)

Christian Boeving ... Jack Stone

Mike Mitchell ... John 'Mad Dog' McKellen

Tara Cardinal ... Eden Shizuka

Carl Wharton ... General Carter
Ivy Corbin ... Sam Neumann (as Ivy Marshall Corbin)

Jon Campling ... Doug Mulligan

Daniel Vivian ... Dragan Ilic

Gerry Shanahan ... Doctor Neumann
Nathalia Henao ... Claire Howard
David White ... Secretary of Defense

Uwe Boll ... President of the US
Lee Baughn ... Soldier #1
Garth Lughton ... Soldier #2
rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Ilaria Balluchi ... Christina Stone
Pietro Batini ... Soldier #4
Vincenzo Bellini ... Prologue Old Man
Federico Caddeo ... Prisoner
Luca Candotti ... Human Guinea Pig
Stefano Carmignani ... Soldier #5
Antonio Cecchi ... Businessman #3
Marissa Chang ... Pool Girl #2
Manuel Cuni ... Businessman #1
Anelita Di Carlo ... Pool Girl #3
Carlo Diamantini ... Accountant Soldier
Guglielmo Favilla ... Businessman #2
Kawni Gilroy ... Pool Girl #4
Alex Lucchesi
Claudio Marmugi ... Businessman #4
Tiziano Martella ... Businessman #5
Marco Monti ... Carter's Bodyguard #2
Alessio Pace ... Soldier #6
Cristiana Raggi ... Prologue Girl
Stefano Rovai ... Carter's Bodyguard #1
Andrea Rovini ... Soldier #3
Michael Segal ... Prologue Guy / Final Creature
Veronica Spagnuolo ... Pool Girl #1
Glaucia Virdone ... Raped Girl

Directed by
Luca Boni 
Marco Ristori 
Writing credits
(in alphabetical order)
Luca Boni 
Marco Ristori 

Produced by
Uwe Boll .... producer
Luca Boni .... executive producer
Benjamin Krotin .... producer
Marco Ristori .... executive producer
Cinematography by
Mirco Sgarzi 
Film Editing by
Marco Ristori 
Costume Design by
Roberto Conforti 
Makeup Department
Veronica Alvino .... hair stylist
David Bracci .... special makeup effects artist
Francesca Cioni .... makeup artist
Jessica Di Stefano .... key hair stylist
Carlo Diamantini .... special makeup effects artist
Valeria Lordi .... hair stylist
Luca Lupi .... key hair stylist
Jacques-Olivier Molon .... special makeup effects artist
Andrea Russo .... hair stylist
Production Management
Marco Teti .... production manager
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Ginevra Bruscino .... assistant director
Art Department
Alessandro Balluchi .... storyboard artist
Manuel Fazzari .... set dresser
Tiziano Martella .... set designer
Terence 'Doc' Popolo Rubbio .... props
Sound Department
Giuseppe Froio .... boom operator
Andrea Pasqualetti .... foley artist
Andrea Pasqualetti .... sound mixer
Special Effects by
Tiberio Angeloni .... special effects supervisor
David Bracci .... special effects supervisor
Carlo Diamantini .... special effects coordinator
Paolo Galiano .... special effects coordinator
Visual Effects by
Giulia Bussetti .... modeler
Alessio Cattalani .... digital effects artist
Fernando Guerrero Rodriguez .... compositor
Sergio Luca Loreni .... animator
Veronica Bartoli .... stunts
Lorenzo Campora .... stunts
Marina Del Greco .... stunts
Marco Monti .... action coordinator
Francesco Pirelli .... stunts
Stefano Rovai .... action coordinator
Florian Rrotaj .... stunt performer
Alberto Sgarallino .... stunts
Michele Silvestri .... stunt coordinator
Leonardo Stanzione .... stunts
Vittorio Zingoni .... stunts
Camera and Electrical Department
Francesca Catalano .... assistant camera
Marco Dardari .... steadicam operator
Futura Tittaferrante .... still photographer
Animation Department
Luca Boni .... animator
Marco Giordano .... animator
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Eleonora Ghetti .... wardrobe assistant
Paola Stefanelli .... wardrobe assistant
Music Department
Giuseppe Froio .... composer: additional music
Andrea Pasqualetti .... composer: theme music
Other crew
Federico Caddeo .... production assistant
Iolanda Di Renzo .... production coordinator
David Giovannoni .... thanks
Uri Levanon .... the producers wish to thank
Michael Nachoff .... special thanks
Jonathan Shore .... special thanks

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87 min | USA:90 min
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10 out of 13 people found the following review useful.
Apocalypse ZZzzzzzz..., 7 July 2013
Author: Boloxxxi from United States

3 mercenaries and an ex-soldier serving time in prison are recruited (with the promise of money and freedom) to plant a nuke in some place that no one's ever heard of where there has been a zombie outbreak due to government sanctioned experiments gone wrong (probably not news to you, reader). This is the American government and an American operation even though most of the people in this movie, including army and government personnel, are clearly not American. The best example is the fact that the American president was played by a guy with a kind of German accent which made me chuckle for a lot of reasons.

The zombies are fierce and ugly enough, I guess. I've got no complaints there. The fact that the producers could have simply made this movie about some other government operation other than American to accommodate the accents and give it some credibility doesn't even bother me that much. Nor even the cliché and uninventive script and scenario of a bunch of different personalities recruited to do a job. What I most cared about was the action. Good action can save a movie. I've seen it happen. Unfortunately that did not happen here.

The 4 people: ex-soldier (and bodybuilder), expert fighting woman (with 2 swords, no less), explosives expert (gregarious Scotsman) and sniper (French guy with a nose that looks like it's been hit too many times) are not very interesting. None of them were particularly good at what they are supposed to be expert at. The ex-soldier and bodybuilder didn't do too much with the zombies physically. He did manage to shoot a few so I'll give him credit for that....I guess. The expert fighting woman was more interesting when she said nothing. Later she became talkative and ruined the whole mystique by sounding stupid. Moreover, she had no fighting expertise that I could see. I'm fairly certain I (and you reader) could disarm her with a nail file. The explosive genius, who was built up like some kind of Mcguyver, only had plastic explosives with a timer on it which, when it went off, looked little more impressive than what you see when you take a picture with a flash bulb.

All the "explosions" in this movie were like that in fact. Finally, the sniper who supposedly was so good he could shoot a fly on earth from somewhere in space (okay, I'm exaggerating a little) was using a rifle that he had to crank with a big handle after every shot. A process that took about 10 seconds or more. Shoot...crank...aim...shoot, and so on. I'm surprised he didn't upend the thing and start pouring gunpowder down the barrel and then ramming it with a ramrod. Needless to say, reader, about 2 dozen zombies went through his defense every time he cranked. Notwithstanding, I have seen worse (Based on what I've read here some of you may find that hard to believe). I feel 3 stars is just about right. Love, Boloxxxi.

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