Zombie Hood begins on the eve of a worldwide zombie outbreak with a small group of survivors escaping the city. With food being in short supply, the survivors must risk visiting populated areas in an effort to stave off starvation.
Apocalypse. Every culture has a story describing the end of the world. Some see it as a time of judgment, others as a time of cleansing, and others still see it as just an end. But no one ... See full summary »
When a worldwide viral outbreak leads to a plague of zombies scouring the earth for the living, two survivors flee the chaos of America to a remote island, hoping for a chance to start a ... See full summary »
James C. Burns
A £25,000 reward offered by a local newspaper brings documentary makers Matt and his girlfriend Georgia to the remote North Devon moor in a bid to capture the fabled Beast purported to be a wild cat, like a panther or a puma on film.
After the death of their mother, three foster sisters - the shrewd business woman, the free spirit, and the caregiver - find themselves fighting for their individual dreams and fighting each other in this tale of love, lust, and tragedy.
The initial infection begins after the virus spreads through a nightclub and is quickly transmitted throughout the city. After a night of disturbances across the whole of the United Kingdom, the police and emergency services lose control of the situation, with hospitals overrun and the dead coming back to life to attack and devour the living. With the cities now the domain of the undead, the survivors flee the built up areas and take refuge in the countryside and small villages. Zombie Hood follows the story of a small group of survivors who are thrown together in the outskirts of Nottingham. Like Robin Hood and his merry men, the rag tag band look to Sherwood Forest for sanctuary, but soon find out that even the countryside isn't a safe haven. With food and supplies in short demand, the group find themselves arguing over their plans for survival, which isn't helped by Sam, a wayward teenager with a confused and dangerous personality. Dermott, a police officer, attempts to take ... Written by
Whilst there is such a high standard now for B movie films this does not try to be anything other than what it is. A film where the undead come back to life and eat people. The effects are very good considering, although over emphasised on the odd occasion, this doesn't detract from the film - I would say storyline, but there's obviously not much of one. The location is perfect, Nottingham and surrounding areas carry this film brilliantly... The urban chaos, the nice areas, the poor areas and of course the wooded areas. From what I understand the film was done on DSLR's which for an avid DSLR user is encouraging for myself. I'd hope to think that people watching this be inspired and encouraged to grab their DSLR, and have a bash themselves.
The only negative I took away from the film was the sound was not always clear, by that I mean it didn't pick up the voices as good as it should have in certain scenes.
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