2006. A mysterious mining accident in a remote territory unleashes an unspeakable horror that creates a zombie horde with an appetite for human flesh. It decimates large portions of the country. The only course of action is to rapidly enclose the infected areas and seal them off from the rest of the remaining, living population. NOW. 15 years later the tattered remains of the government and the mining corporation responsible where the initial event took place commit themselves to finding out what may have happened at the mining complex. The solution is to send in a group of mercenaries and scientists into the quarantined zone to find answers. Crossing over is just the beginning... Written by
Eagle One Media
In 2006, people somehow is infected turning into zombies in a country (Chile?) and the area is evacuated; then it is isolated and the zombies and a few survivors are sealed off in this no man's land
Fifteen years later, a group of mercenaries led by Colonel Rainoff (Cristian Ramos) are assigned to protect the scientists Elisa (Pamela Rojas) and Cornellius (Christopher Offermann) that will research the area in a journey of horror, death and betrayal.
"Zombie Dawn" is an awful amateurish trash. The story, screenplay and narrative are garbage with worthless and unpleasant characters that betray each other. The music score is annoying. I do not believe that I have spent 83 minutes of my life watching to this trash. My vote is one (awful).
Title (Brazil): "Amanhecer Zumbi" ("Zombie Dawn")
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