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Zombie Massacre -- A top-secret bacteriological weapon developed by the U.S. Government to create an army of super soldiers triggers an epidemic that turns the citizens of a quiet town into mutated zombies.
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Zombie Massacre -- A bacteriological weapon developed by the U.S. Government has spread an epidemic that turned the citizens of a quiet Eastern European town into infected zombies.


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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
Ivy Corbin ... Sam Neumann (as Ivy Marshall Corbin)

Carl Wharton ... General Carter

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

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

Produced by
Uwe Boll .... producer
Luca Boni .... executive producer
Benjamin Krotin .... producer
Marco Ristori .... executive producer
Original Music by
Giuseppe Froio 
Andrea Pasqualetti 
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 .... boom operator
Andrea Pasqualetti .... dialogue editor
Andrea Pasqualetti .... foley artist
Andrea Pasqualetti .... sound mixer
Andrea Pasqualetti .... sound recordist
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
Jacopo Camerini .... production assistant
Nathalia Cannici .... production assistant
Iolanda Di Renzo .... production coordinator
Rosella Elmi .... production assistant
Claudio Testi .... production assistant
Max Valente .... military equipment
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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26 out of 30 people found the following review useful.
Lets get the worst actors we can possibly find and make a non-sensical C grade Zombie flick..., 5 July 2013
Author: Ra Ra from Australia

I'm a die hard zombie flick fan, and although I prefer the absolute classics and have probably seen every movie belonging to this genre, I will admittedly sit through any mindless zombie movie in the hopes of finding a hidden gem amongst the horrific (excuse the pun) and endless stream of movies that continue to be released that follow the same old plot lines and use the same old effects.

This is my first review, which should give some indication to how much I wanted to express my disgust of this 'movie'. I'm all for the ol' 'biohazard dust storm' storyline that causes every human in its wake to turn into rotting, caniverous corpses (especially those who move extremely fast as opposed to those lurching slowly across fields at a tenth of the speed of any potential victims), but the fact that the plot line is extremely boring, poorly explained, predictable and full of holes is only a small part of the insult of this film, the main being the absolutely horrible acting of EVERY cast member - Where did they find these people???!!!! And the fact that although the majority of the characters are supposed to be allies and mostly American, there would be at least 12 different accents spread over all of the characters!! If your American President cant even have a passable American accent (in this case the A.P sounds Slovakian or at least of eastern European descent) you're really scraping the bottom layer of the bitumen thats underneath the barrel! You then have the secretary of state who starts off with a 'British' accent which even then deteriorates and morphs throughout the film. Apart from the accents, every part and actor is absolutely cringeworthy.... and just when you think it cant get worse...surprise surprise, the characters and their 'performances' become even more appalling.

Even the assembly of so called 'masters of their art' (Bomb expert, 'swordstress', sharpshooter) look as if they haven't even had a minutes' training or any experience in their area of mastery, making even the somewhat essential violence that's really required when making a zombie movie, absolutely comical, ridiculous and laughable in this case.

After having written what I have so far, I'm even starting to regret wasting further time on this abomination. The 'million dollar budget'stated in the fims statistics can clearly be broken down after watching the movie. $998000 has clearly been spent on special effects and making zombies look as disgusting and 'real' as possible (the only tiny amount of positive credit I will pay to this movie) the remaining $2000 was obviously then spent on paying for camera equipment, for the usuage of existing sets, and lunches for the so called 'actors' and crew who were obviously not payed a thing, but rather, gotten off the street, their incentive for doing the movie being lunch each day, and the opportunity to put 'I starred in/worked on a C grade movie' on their resumés....which I'm sure none of them would do, due to the shame of being associated with such a hideous and insulting film.

An abomination of a zombie movie even by zombie movie abomination standards.......

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