Five years ago when Christian sold his soul to the dark powers of Samuel he was promised a life free of guilt and no recollection of his sins. A world where a small cabal of handsome ... See full summary »

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Creed Bowlen ... Cain
... Jason (as Eric Turic)
Draven Gonzalez ... Matthew
Jason Hoffman ... Samuel
... Luke
Jonathan Robert Williams ... Christian (as Jonathan Williams)
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Five years ago when Christian sold his soul to the dark powers of Samuel he was promised a life free of guilt and no recollection of his sins. A world where a small cabal of handsome killers, Zombies, seduce and pray upon innocent men at will. "Zombies" follows Christian on a downward spiral as his memory awakens from the numb life he's grown accustomed to. His past causes the line between madness and sanity to blur. Taunted by the young men he brutally killed, misunderstood by his best friend, Jason, and victimized by his chief rival, Cain, Christian seeks refuge in the supporting embrace of Matthew. Christian is forced to choose between a life of absolute power or abandon his dark existence and walk the Earth as a mortal. Written by Gonzalez, Draven

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The man you love is the monster you fear...

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Kinda Fun!
27 May 2005 | by See all my reviews

You know, this movie was a lot better than I expected.

The plot was a little tricky to follow at times with flashbacks and the like and the film wasn't scary at all! Although it was confusing to follow, there was the germ of a good idea here. The writing was good although the sound recording left something to be desired. That was a shame as the writer clearly has a talent for words. The performances of Jonathan Williams, Draven Gonzalez and Eric Turic, were fine. The love scenes between Williams and Gonzalez were very steamy! Those boys are hot stuff, that's for sure. Some interesting and unusual camera-work too. Good to see a gay horror movie, which although not perfect, was a cut above some I could (but won't) name! Maybe the next one will be scary too!


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