Three survivors of a zombie outbreak (caused by an alien virus) intercepted by the authorities and thrown straight back into the now quarantined town. The trio, an ex pro-wrestler named ...
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In 1997 an Alien race attempted an invasion in a small city of Argentina by fertilizing the human population turning them into blood thirsty zombies. The plan almost worked until 3 unlikely... See full synopsis »
Three survivors of a zombie outbreak (caused by an alien virus) intercepted by the authorities and thrown straight back into the now quarantined town. The trio, an ex pro-wrestler named John West (Pablo Parés), medical student Bill (Pablo Parés), and a nerd called Max (Hernán Sáez), fend off the undead whilst trying to figure out a way to escape their predicament.Written by
You wanted to escape, huh? You wanted to escape! But nobody escapes from me... Because I'm John West, got it? I'm John West!
You're not John West anymore! You are a loser! You've lost everything! You're a nobody. Don't you see? You've been living in the past for years!
No! I am John West!
No, no. You are not John West.
Yes! I'm John West!
No! You are not!
I'm John West! I'm John West!
You're not, you're not... you are not...
I *am* John West! I'm world champion!
You're not, you're not, you're ...
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Learning of the governments' intentions, a group of survivors from a strange alien infection in their home-town finds themselves stranded back in the infected town with hordes of zombies and are forced to band together once again to defeat the creatures and get out alive.
This one was quite an improvement on the original and has a lot to really like. Like the first one, there's a lot to really enjoy here about the film's absolutely fast-paced and frenzied pace which really works quite well for this one. Almost immediately, it drops into the trio being inundated within the town borders and forced to confront the creatures out in the streets as the brawling and chasing throughout their small-town streets and into the abandoned house which starts this one off quite nicely. The scenes of them coming across the swarms in the playground or around the train-yard which all features the early mixing of the high-quality splatter with the introduction of genuinely funny comedy together which comes from their reactions to the zombies around them as well as the great swarming tactics to battle them off that gives this the kind of high-quality feel that's quite enjoyable. The scenes of the hordes running after them through the streets buildings of their town all follow through with some nice action and enjoyment, while the scenes of the group encountering the zombies inside their house before they're captured by the government agents and are taken to the zombies' work-farm with the other survivors that becomes a great deal of fun with the series of battles occurring throughout the compound as there's a great deal of dismembering and battling that requires all sorts of rather fun confrontations throughout here which makes this not only a thrilling time but also a grand showcase of some inventive and wholly gruesome gore-gags that come off exceptionally well here. Given this is all done with a much bigger and more impressive budget that doesn't look like a hindrance at all here which makes the gore and the zombies look much better and more realistic, this is enough to hold this up over it's few minor flaws. The biggest issue here is the rather overlong and somewhat more involved storyline that makes no sense for their inclusion here beyond that extra running time, as there's no need for the film to run with the gag of them running around with the body-bag throughout the first half as that's utterly ridiculous and holds up the fighting trying to keep that secured, and that it manages to introduce the utterly lame angle with the superfan later on that's painfully obvious stretched out time that has no place at all in the film. Those segments just drag on endlessly and serve no purpose here, being quite easy to cut it all out without really affecting the movie much. As well, there's also the issue of its clumsy handling of the finale which is quite rushed and feels like way too many elements were attempted here without really making it clear what was the initial attempt here. Overall, though, there's not as much to complain about this one.
Rated Unrated/R: Extreme Graphic Violence and Language.
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