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Dead Men Walking (2005)

R | | Horror | 25 October 2005 (USA)
After killing four persons in his home with a shotgun, Dee Travis claims that he had accidentally ingested an experimental biotoxin that the company Blackthorn where he worked was ... See full summary »

Director:

Peter Mervis

Writer:

Mike Watt
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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
Brandon Stacy ... Travis
Griff Furst ... Johnny (as Brick Firestone)
Chriss Anglin ... Sweeney
Bay Bruner Bay Bruner ... Beckett
Bobby James Bobby James ... Mahler
James Ferris ... Jenkins
Scott Carson ... Dr. Goring
Charles Schneider ... Reverend
Deadlee ... Caesar
Lazzarus Gomez Lazzarus Gomez ... Drake
Raul Perez Raul Perez ... Spooky
Spencer Jones ... Warwick
David Shick David Shick ... Cole
Roman Vigdorov Roman Vigdorov ... Keith
Berna Roberts ... Betty (as Bernadette Perez)
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Storyline

After killing four persons in his home with a shotgun, Dee Travis claims that he had accidentally ingested an experimental biotoxin that the company Blackthorn where he worked was researching. Travis is sent visibly ill to the Harwood Maximum Security Prison and the Security Officer Sweeny sends the inmate to the infirmary. Meanwhile the CDC Agent Samantha Beckett comes to the prison to interview Travis and is received by Warden Mahler. While they are having a conversation, they are informed that Travis has been transferred to the solitary confinement and his infected blood has caused an outbreak among the prisoners and guards. Samantha calls the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) and the responsible advises the warden that the prison is in quarantine. Written by Claudio Carvalho, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

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A Maximum Security Prison - Thousands of Infected Inmates - Only One Way Out!

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Horror

Motion Picture Rating (MPAA)

Rated R for strong pervasive violence and gore, language and some sexuality | See all certifications »

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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

25 October 2005 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

Adiexodo See more »

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Budget:

$500,000 (estimated)
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Production Co:

The Asylum See more »
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Sound Mix:

Dolby SR

Color:

Color

Aspect Ratio:

1.85 : 1
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Goofs

At about 68 minutes into the movie, when Sweeny is killing zombies right and left through the prison bars, his shotgun turns semi-automatic. He keeps firing without pumping the action. See more »

Quotes

Sweeny: Somebody want to tell me why I had to do that? I do NOT enjoy shooting staff members!
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Crazy Credits

We suggest moving, and/or staying away from prisons infected with zombies. See more »

Connections

References Death House (1988) See more »

Soundtracks

Los Angeles
Written and Performed by Substance D
Produced by Michael Parnin
©1997 (ASCAP)
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A Decent Addition to the Genre
19 November 2006 | by sign543See all my reviews

I read all the reviews here...went into the watching of this film with the knowledge that, yes, it's low budget...yes, the actors are virtually unknown...yes, it's a B Horror Gore Fest. I was expecting the worst. (Great DVD Cover, by the way.) Despite all of that, this film is not a total train wreck. I even enjoyed it. The story line is pretty clear...straight forward. The special effects are very effective, gore, blood-vomiting and gut-eating at all the right spots. If you are a true fan of that sort of thing...this film delivers.

I've watched many badly made films and usually, when they are total train wrecks, you can't get past a certain point in the film. Eventually, you just stop watching or eject the DVD. That never happened with this one. It piqued my interest from beginning to end. I wanted to see what was going to happen next. Yes, the acting wasn't first rate, but it was good enough to move the film along nicely.

My biggest complaint is the lighting. It was too dark, too often. They used a very greenish filter on most of the scenes and sometimes it was distracting. When you notice the lighting effects too much...it can't be good. Also, the warden's young son wasn't as believable as he could have been. When their are limb-ripping, blood-covered, shrieking zombies running in every direction...you expect fear in a little kid. Instead, he mostly just stands there, looking like he was waiting for direction from the director.

So, I went in expecting the worst...and came away with an entertaining 80-something minutes. I liked it despite the flaws.

I would also like to say that I rented two films last night: This one...and The Da Vinci Code. I couldn't make it through the Da Vinci Code. This one had me entertained through the entire film. Kudos to the filmmakers. Keep pumping out these gore-fests. The fans are waiting. ;)


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