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Days of Darkness (2007)

Humanity makes its last stand as zombies emerge to take over the world in this cinematic tale of gore and chaos.




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Credited cast:
Tom Eplin ... Chad
... Lin
Travis Brorsen ... Steve
Roshelle Baier ... Mimi (as Roshelle Pattison)
... Trent
... Slasher
Eric Stuart ... DJ
... Simon
... Kylie
Ashley Elizabeth Pierce ... Jane
William Cannon ... Herbert
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Pieter Gaspersz ... Construction Zombie
Jason Jensen ... Cowboy Zombie


Humanity makes its last stand as zombies emerge to take over the world in this cinematic tale of gore and chaos.

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Rated R for violence and gore, language including sexual references, and brief sexuality/nudity | See all certifications »

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Release Date:

21 September 2007 (USA)  »

Also Known As:

Days of Darkness: Rise of the Flesheaters  »

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After Lin leaves the compound and does not return, the jeep she drives away in can clearly be seen throughout the remainder of the movie in the parking lot. See more »


References The Graduate (1967) See more »

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The problem with Zombie Movies...
7 December 2008 | by See all my reviews

...is that no one in a Zombie movie has ever seen a Zombie movie before. They all amazingly make the same mistakes, trapping themselves into a place that makes it easy for the Zombies to get at them.

This one is kind of different, in that they are space zombies fed by a germ that rode in a comet. The Zombies are actually incubators for aliens who are going to hatch out of people.

So we have a group of survivors, including a washed up Porn Star, a washed up action hero, a gay dude, a bible thumper, and a couple of strip club patrons. They hole up in an abandoned microwave bunker, while hoards of Zombies sporadically mob the fence. (I say sporadically, because on some occasions, they are there, and others, they aren't.)

Naturally, the survivors begin infighting amongst themselves. WHy? Because that's what happens in EVERY Zombie movie back to "Night of the Living Dead".

I can see why the Zombie movie has an attraction to young filmmakers. It allows you to cheaply and easily put a bunch of disparate characters in a situation where they are fighting for their lives. But seriously, who cares? The narrative on this movie is so jumpy and the plot makes so little sense we just can't follow it after a certain point. Especially the big reveal at the end, which the viewer could have figured out early on, but these people are too dumb.

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