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The Eschatrilogy: Book of the Dead (2012)

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An anthology of three movies set within the zombie genre.

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Stuart Wolfenden ...
The Leader
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Beth (as Sarah Jane Honeywell)
Damian Morter ...
Cal
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Big. S
Tim Mcgill Grieveson ...
Matthew
Paul Collin-Thomas ...
Alex
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The Driver
Zoe Simone ...
Laura
Clay Whitter ...
Daniel
Brooklyn Baker ...
P.C Baker
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Wes
Anna Batho ...
Joanne
Chris Knight ...
Grunt
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George
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Bongo
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A dark figure appears in the night, bringing with him a virus that turns people into monsters. Hoping to gather stories to take back with him to the other side, he meets his opposite, a light figure prepared to do battle with the dark man in order to save the human race... Written by anonymous

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Three Tales of Torment

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Fantasy | Horror

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19 February 2014 (Philippines)  »

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Book of the Dead: The Eschatrilogy  »

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£5,000 (estimated)
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Typical bad low budget zombie movie...
15 December 2015 | by (Denmark) – See all my reviews

First of all I will start out by saying that the cover for this movie has absolutely nothing to do with the contents of the actual movie. Two words: false advertising. I bought the movie because it is a zombie movie and because of the cover, so I was sorely disappointed with a slap to the face.

This is a compilation of three tales that are interwoven. That being said, I will have to stress that the stories weren't particularly entertaining, neither alone nor in their tied in connections, nor did the overall feel of the movie come off as anywhere near captivating. And come daybreak of the next day you will have forgotten about this movie already, trust me.

There were a bit too many wrong Things with the zombies, such as they could remember their Family members, some were quite fast and agile, and of course the typical poor zombie make-up in low budget zombie movies - where they paint the face a horribly bad gray color and forget about the rest of the body, with the neck and hands standing out like sore thumbs.

As an avid zombie aficionado I devour, pardon the pun, anything even remotely zombie. This movie, however, falls into the lower aspect of the zombie genre, and I can't recommend it to anyone because it is boring and bad on the level that only low budget zombie movies manage to reach.


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