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Zombie Hunter -- A new street drug called NATAS unleashes a zombie apocalypse that spreads like wildfire and mutates its users into flesh eaters. With nothing left but a beat-up Camaro and trunk full of guns & booze, Hunter (Martin Copping) spends his day running down the flesh eaters for sport and redemption from his tortured past. After crashing into a small group of survivors, led by an ax-wielding priest named Jesús (Danny Trejo), Hunter is seduced into escorting the eclectic group (strippers, rednecks, and in innocent beauty) to a mythical place of refuge. Under constant assault from zombies and a chain-saw wielding psychotic clown, a surprise attack by a new breed of giant mutant flesh eaters forces them to abandon their quest, and put Hunter's skills to the test.


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Release Date:
8 October 2013 (USA) See more »
When a street drug turns junkies into an army of zombies, a man named Hunter finds himself with nothing but a beat-up car and a trunk full of guns and booze, until he stumbles across a small band of survivors. Full summary » | Full synopsis »
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  (in credits order)

Martin Copping ... Hunter

Danny Trejo ... Jesús

Clare Niederpruem ... Alison

Jason K. Wixom ... Ricky
Jade Regier ... Debbie
Jake Suazo ... Lyle

Terry Guthrie ... Jerry
rest of cast listed alphabetically:

Shona Kay ... Female Reporter
Jeff Kirkham ... Funny Man

Michael Monasterio ... Casanova

Jarrod Phillips ... Bill

Amy Savannah ... Sexy Zombie
Marianne Smith ... Daisy

Directed by
K. King  (as Kevin King)
Writing credits
(in alphabetical order)
K. King  written by (as Kevin King)
Kurt Knight  co-writer

Produced by
Martin Amelsberg .... co-associate producer
Mark Bartram .... co-associate producer
Spencer Bowen .... executive producer
Brett Bozeman .... executive producer
Sultan Saeed Al Darmaki .... executive producer
Jeffrey J. Ellen .... co-associate producer
Jason Faller .... executive producer
Imran Farouk .... associate producer
John Vikør Green .... co-associate producer
Kynan Griffin .... executive producer
Robert Herald .... co-associate producer
Zachary Taylor Keple .... co-associate producer
Brian King .... executive producer
K. King .... producer (as Kevin King)
Pamir Kiraner .... associate producer
Jennifer Kirkham .... producer
Tom Landy .... co-associate producer
Kevin Laxton .... co-associate producer
Chris Le .... producer
Frei Leufvén .... co-producer
Eric C. Lin .... co-associate producer
Peter A.T. McQuillan .... co-associate producer
Doug Miller .... executive producer
Michael Monasterio .... co-producer
Rocky Mudaliar .... executive producer
Geir Jardar Olsen .... co-associate producer
Rebecca Peterson .... co-producer
Kyu Rhee .... co-associate producer
Stefan Seidl .... co-associate producer
Allen Stone .... associate producer
Mathias Van Belle .... co-associate producer
Jules M. Vanfau .... co-associate producer
Steven Christopher Wallace .... associate producer
Patrick Woo .... co-executive producer
Neil Young .... co-associate producer
Original Music by
Christian Davis 
Cinematography by
Ephraim Smith 
Film Editing by
Chris Le 
Production Design by
Kurt Knight 
Makeup Department
Kory Gregersen .... special makeup effects artist
Chris Hanson .... makeup department head
Nicholle Roberson .... assistant makeup artist
Abigail Steele .... key makeup artist
Art Department
Clark Edmunds .... welder/ironman
Sound Department
Alexander Hatzialexiou .... foley artist
Carie Lynn Lustig .... foley artist
Doug Mayor .... sound mixer
Bob B. Melanson .... sound supervisor
Cindy Raves .... foley artist
Phillip Raves .... foley mixer
Patrick Sexton .... adr recordist
Special Effects by
Kennedy Clark .... practical effects assistant (as Kira Peacock)
Clark Edmunds .... special effects coordinator
Visual Effects by
Steve Buben .... character rigger
Chris Le .... visual effects producer
Rocky Mudaliar .... visual effects coordinator
Joel Petrie .... visual effects artist
Patrick Woo .... render farm technician
Deven Davenport .... stunts
Clark Edmunds .... stunt coordinator
Braxton McAllister .... stunt performer
Camera and Electrical Department
Andy Baker .... first assistant camera
Nic Edwards .... assistant camera
Marlon V. Gaines .... gaffer
Marlon V. Gaines .... key grip
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Annette Knight .... wardrobe assistant
Music Department
Ricardo Castelin .... composer: additional music
James Schafer .... composer: "Make 'Em Sweat" (as James Schafer)
Pieter A. Schlosser .... composer: additional music
J. Tyler Timpe .... drums: "Make 'Em Sweat"
J. Tyler Timpe .... musician: drums
Andrés Abel .... special thanks
Chris Adams .... special thanks
Robrigo Atherino .... special thanks
Jack Atkins .... special thanks
Jill Bartholf .... special thanks
Jan Bathyst .... special thanks
Lacasa Benoit .... special thanks
Gabriel Bruner .... special thanks
Rich Chang .... special thanks
Cjt .... special thanks
Marcia L. Gaines .... special thanks
Chand Svare Ghei .... special thanks
Chris Gibson .... special thanks
Mirco Gnagnarelli .... special thanks
Patrick Christopher Hearty .... special thanks
Christian Heyden .... special thanks
Burning House .... special thanks
James Imperial .... special thanks
Scott Inwood .... special thanks
Kelly Jacoutot .... special thanks
Anders Buus Jensen .... special thanks
Nico Kolstee .... special thanks
Chris Lim .... special thanks
Richard Locke .... special thanks
Nicholas Lupo .... special thanks
Paul Magor .... special thanks
Joe Major .... special thanks
Luke Anthony McEvoy .... special thanks
Ronald McVicker .... special thanks
Omar Parra Mendez .... special thanks
Douglas Miller .... special thanks
Shannon Miller .... special thanks
Gunther Nickel .... special thanks
Ryan Patenaude .... special thanks
Damon Pierson .... special thanks
Radames .... special thanks
Evan Rattner .... special thanks
Giuseppe Rechichi .... special thanks (as Giuseppe Pepporec Rechichi)
Ben Reichelt .... special thanks
Aaron Saxon .... special thanks
Volker Schramm .... special thanks
Christopher Slaughter .... special thanks
Martin Smith .... special thanks
Russell Southam .... special thanks
Kevin Sproles .... special thanks
Bryan Stewart .... special thanks
Kikansha Thomas .... special thanks
Karl Tombak .... special thanks
Pablo Tourino .... special thanks
Shells Walter .... special thanks
Alex Ware .... special thanks
Jason West .... special thanks
Takanori Yasuda .... special thanks

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The film had its official premiere at the 2013 Fantasia International Film Festival in Montreal.See more »
Audio/visual unsynchronized: Early in the movie, Hunter stops to gas up. While checking inside the gas station, he encounters several zombies. He is armed with a double barrel shot gun. The first time he fires, we hear the sound of an empty shell hitting the ground. A double barrel shotgun does not automatically eject empty shells. He then deals with several zombies in a back room. He shoots several times, and after each shot, we hear the distinctive sound of a pump shotgun.See more »
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References Osombie (2012)See more »


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16 out of 26 people found the following review useful.
Wow, just wow..., 27 September 2013
Author: Paul Magne Haakonsen from Denmark

This movie was like watching a bad movie spawned from the "Borderlands" games mixed with elements blatantly stolen from the "Resident Evil" universe.

The storyline was fairly straight forward, and anyone who have seen just a single zombie movie should be familiar with the essentials of the storyline here as well. A lone stranger ends up with a small group of survivors in the midst of a zombie apocalypse.

The dialog in the movie was just horrible. It was so corny and bad, that there were times when you sit there curling your toes in disbelief.

Which leads us to the characters. Wow, are you kidding me? What a bunch of generic, stereotypical and totally irrelevant characters can you manage to put into one movie? Now, I am not saying that the people acting and portraying the characters were doing bad jobs, but the characters themselves were parodies on themselves and everything in the zombie genre. It was just an atrocity to witness.

The zombies, well they were your standard low budget movie zombies; shredded clothing and usually mangled faces. Yet somehow the necks, ears and hands were also spotless and never showed a sign of decay or damage. It is the classic low budget mistake to make. And sure enough, here it was. And what was going on with the hybrid mix of Nemesis and the licker creatures from "Resident Evil". I was ready to get up and find something else to watch when I saw these. It was just laughable.

For some reason, then the blood in this movie was purple, and it always had to spray directly on the camera. It was annoying and tiring to look at, and it got old really fast. Purple blood, sure, why not...

Without the risk of sounding sarcastic, wait, that is exactly what I am trying to do here, then the not-so-subtle advertising for their other movies put on display in the movie was really just fantastic. Watch the movie, and you will know it immediately when you get to that scene. Way to go Arrowstorm Entertainment...

If you are credited as 'Sexy Zombie' in a movie, then you know everything is not right here.

Yet, there is something to this movie that makes you stick around to the end, even though it is campy, cheesy and have low budget written all over it. However, I can honestly say that this movie is the type of movie that you watch once and never again. As much as I love everything zombie, then "Zombie Hunter" just didn't have that much to offer.

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