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Zombie Bankers (2010)
Different but interesting
"Zombie Bankers," directed by Drew Snyder, is not your typical movie. At the start of the film, Carson Drew (played by Drew Snyder) learns of a zombie pandemic slowly taking over the country. But these are not normal zombies. These are zombies that have become consumed by their debts and other frivolous things that were holding them down. They have been driven insane and it's up to Carson to stop them.
While on the road with his bloodhound Rosie, Carson runs into John (Patrick Cameron) a soldier discharged from the army for suffering from PTSD, after serving two tours in Iraq. He also meets Claire (Kristen Mandilas) a college student who has been forced out of school because of bad credit card debt. Claire and John quickly fall in love and join Carson in his fight against the zombies. Along the way the group also meets a giant, supernatural Native American man named Crusher (Brian Cooper). Crusher provides the group with weapons and helps teach them how to better fight the zombies.
Snyder makes for an often quirky but strong leader, relentless in his pursuit to defeat the zombies. Patrick Cameron and Kristen Mandilas have excellent chemistry and provide a very affectionate, playful romance to the film. And Brian Cooper, as the mysterious and seemingly unbeatable Native superhero, provides Carson the boost he needs when he at one point thinks that all hope is lost.
"Zombie Bankers" has a very naturalistic look to it; you feel like you're in the action right alongside the characters. And as bizarre as the character's circumstances may be, the scenario is not really so hard to fathom- and it leaves you with a gritty feeling over how much "control" we all have over our possessions. The zombies have been diminished to nothing because they let themselves be controlled by items that they thought they had under their control.