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Osombie -- Dusty is on a desperate mission to rescue her brother, a conspiracy theorist who is convinced Osama Bin Laden is still alive.
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Release Date:
10 August 2013 (Japan) See more »
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The story follows Dusty, a yoga instructor from Colorado, who is on a desperate rescue mission to save her crazy brother Derek... See more » | Add synopsis »
Awards:
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User Reviews:
Not bad at all See more (25 total) »

Cast

  (in credits order)

Eve Mauro ... Dusty

Corey Sevier ... Chip

Jasen Wade ... Derek

Danielle Chuchran ... Tomboy

Paul D. Hunt ... Joker

Matthew Reese ... DC

William Rubio ... Chapo
Ben Urie ... Doc
Walter A. Carmona ... Osombie

Danny James ... Herc
Jeff Kirkham ... Whiskey
Kevin Lyde ... Thunder

James Gaisford ... Bravo
Mike Black ... Aasif (as Michael A. Black)
Moises L. Tovar ... Al-Qaeda Leader (as Moises Tovar)
Alex Seshadri ... Dereek (as Aleex Seshadri)
Ben Seshadri ... Afghan Boy

Holly Lynch ... Anna

Bailee Michelle Johnson ... Young Dusty (as Bailee Johnson)
Ethan Hunt ... Young Derek
rest of cast listed alphabetically:

Casey William Walker ... Insurgent
Spencer Barber ... Pizza Face / Zombie (uncredited)
Jason Fullmer ... Zombie (uncredited)
Andrew Hancock ... Several Zobmies / Insurgents (uncredited)
Andrew Hook ... Insurgent (uncredited)

Andrew W. Johnson ... Khalid the Zombie (uncredited)

Andrew Dee Jones ... Featured Zombie (uncredited)
Derek Kopp ... Sad Zombie (uncredited)

Directed by
John Lyde 
 
Writing credits
(in alphabetical order)
Kurt Hale 

Produced by
Daniel W. Cardwell .... associate producer
Jennifer A. Fales .... associate producer
Jason Faller .... executive producer
Adam F. Goldberg .... co-producer
Paul Green .... producer
Kynan Griffin .... executive producer
Frank J Hahnel .... associate producer (as Frank J. Hahnel)
Jed Ivie .... co-producer
John Lyde .... producer
George Nelson .... associate producer
Maclain Nelson .... executive producer
Tom Portanova .... associate producer
A.M. Tolis .... associate producer
Rizwan Virk .... executive producer
Chien-Wey Wei .... co-producer
Sandra D. Willard .... associate producer
 
Original Music by
James Schafer 
 
Cinematography by
Airk Thaughbaer 
 
Film Editing by
Kurt Hale 
Airk Thaughbaer 
 
Casting by
Jennifer Cooper 
 
Makeup Department
Kennedy Clark .... special makeup effects artist (as Kyra Peacock)
Josh Counsel .... special makeup effects artist
 
Sound Department
Andrew Ahlstrom .... boom operator
Andrew Ahlstrom .... sound mixer
Rocio Barba .... foley artist
Aaron Davies .... foley artist
Ian Down .... foley mixer
Anthony Ferro .... foley artist
Gerardo Gonzalez .... walla group (as Gerry Gonzalez)
Peter D. Lago .... additional sound design
Andrea Laird .... foley artist
Dan Levit .... foley artist
Jason Oliver .... adr mixer
Robert Ramirez .... sound effects editor
Phillip Raves .... foley mixer
John Sanacore .... foley mixer
Carlos Sanches .... dialogue editor
Carlos Sanches .... re-recording mixer
Carlos Sanches .... sound effects editor
Carlos Sanches .... supervising sound editor
Candice Shapiro .... foley artist
Alex Ullrich .... foley artist
Jake Zuckerberg .... sound effects editor
Cindy Raves .... foley artist (uncredited)
 
Special Effects by
Clark Edmunds .... special effects
 
Visual Effects by
Rob Field .... visual effects
 
Stunts
Ben Merrill .... assistant sword fight choreographer
David A. Skousen .... sword fight choreographer: sword trainer (as David Skousen)
 
Animation Department
Jarom Brand .... animator
 
Editorial Department
David A. Skousen .... colorist (as David Skousen)
 
Music Department
James Schafer .... music arranger: synthesizer
James Schafer .... musician: guitars
Jonathan Timpe .... composer: additional music
Jonathan Timpe .... music arranger: synthesizer
 

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Additional Details

Also Known As:
"Osombie: The Axis of Evil Dead" - Europe (English title) (festival title), UK (DVD box title)
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Runtime:
92 min
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Crew or equipment visible: When the group are walking though the dry creek bed, and Dusty stops and talks you can see a boom microphone and equipment in the reflection of her sunglasses that are on her top.See more »
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18 out of 27 people found the following review useful.
Not bad at all, 22 May 2012
Author: Virul6345 from Ireland

I went to the bother of signing up just to review this 'cos i think it deserved more than the 4.5* it has.

Firstly this is definitely a B-movie so u have to go in expecting that. I usually don't like B-movies like you get on SyFy but i do like zombies movies so i thought i'd give this a chance, and i'm glad i did.

The premise is pretty simple... a group of soldiers looking for a militia base in zombie infested Afghanistan. Sure its silly but it works fine.

At first i thought the acting sucked but it wasn't long before i changed my mind, i'm not saying it's going to win an Oscar but it was a lot better than the crap SyFy puts out, i got the impression the actors had fun and weren't just phoning it in, and i found myself giving a crap about the characters. t's a pity that being a zombie movie so many people had to die because i would definitely have watched a sequel with the same cast.

There are some bad point sure, there are some major plot holes but i was kind of expecting that. I think the thing that bugged me most was the cgi, not the blood and gore cgi that was pretty good, but the helicopters that don't disturb the grass when they land and the cg muzzle flares rather than guns firing blanks. As most reviewers have pointed out the zombie makeup was pretty decent.

I don't know why people complain about the chick with the sword, the soldiers knew they were going to be going up against zombies and given that i think a sword is a perfectly reasonable weapon.

If you like B-movies or zombie movies definitely check it out, it kept my attention for the whole movie.

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