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The Rezort (2015)

The ReZort, a safari park, offers paying guests the opportunity to kill as many zombies as they please following an outbreak.


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Cast overview, first billed only:
Lawrence Walker ...
Ken Lee
Stefan Pejic ...
Shooting Range Instructor


Following a near-apocalyptic zombie outbreak, humans are once again in control. If an occasional rogue zombie finds its way into everyday life, it is quickly disposed of by the authorities. In this day and age, people know how to handle "Zee's". The latest craze is the Zombie Safari - Zafari - a chance to go out and shoot the undead in the wild. The ultimate blood sport experience, and for many the ultimate therapeutic revenge following the losses suffered during the outbreak. Little do the vacationers realize they're actually in a highly controlled environment, where the zombies are always kept at a safe shooting distance. Nothing is left to chance, nothing is unplanned. So far. Written by SARmedic

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Humanity's last stand. See more »


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Release Date:

15 June 2016 (Philippines)  »

Also Known As:

Generation Z  »


Box Office


£5,000,000 (estimated)

Opening Weekend:

€2,056 (Spain), 22 April 2016, Limited Release
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2.35 : 1
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Did You Know?


The rezort in Mallorca itself was also used in The Night Manager as Hugh Laurie's mansion. See more »


See-through magazines show no ammunition being spent, although characters fire more than magazines could hold. See more »


References The Lion King (1994) See more »


Kiss The Sky
Words and music by Samuel Frisch, Alex Makhlouf and Jean Paul Makhlouf (as Jean-Paul Makhlouf)
Performed by Cash Cash (as Cash Casg)
Published by EMI Music Publishing Ltd.
Licensed courtesy of Warner Music UK Ltd.
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Westworld meets the zombie apocalypse
20 June 2016 | by See all my reviews

Zombie films are pretty common place these days with the sub-genre being saturated with entries. So expectations are generally pretty low when a new one comes around the block. This rule of thumb applies to The Rezort. But I have to say that this one keeps things a little more interesting than usual. The set-up about a high-tech resort where adrenaline mad tourists can visit to shoot zombies is a pretty good new angle for the genre; even if it essentially borrows heavily from Michael Crichton penned sci-fi classics Westword (1973) and Jurassic Park (1993), especially when we have the zombies breaking free and causing all manner of horrors on the humans in a very similar way to what the androids and dinosaurs did in those two earlier films. Still, I didn't really mind this derivative aspect very much as at least it seemed – to me at least – to be a new angle for the zombie film.

For those who are interested in the distinction, this is one of the ones which has fast zombies. They bomb about in hot pursuit of the protagonists and you can probably imagine that it ends in tears for almost everyone. There is a little bit of political subtext added to the mix as well with a revelation later in the film involving refugees, which of course taps into a current issue in a zombie tradition that goes all the way back to George A. Romero. But mainly, this is a nicely distinctive new entry into an over-populated sub-genre. All things considered, I thought it was pretty good.

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