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Deadland (2009)

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A man must cross post-world war III terrain and the new martial-law to save his missing wife.

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Damon O'Steen

Writer:

Gary Weeks
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Cast overview, first billed only:
Gary Weeks ... Sean Kalos
Brian Tee ... Jax
William Katt ... Shiv
Harrison Page ... Red
Chad Mathews ... P.O. Harris
Cullen Douglas ... Nathaniel
Emily-Grace Murray Emily-Grace Murray ... Katie Johnson
Philip Boyd ... P.O. Anderson
Mike Lutz ... P.O. Shockley
Branden Waits ... P.O. Clarence
Davis Neves ... Zoona
William Colquitt ... Commander Rufler
Tony Weeks Tony Weeks ... Harold
Jason-Shane Scott ... Krannen
Tara Frix ... Lexi
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Intertwined within it's sci-fi action/thriller roots, at its core DEADLAND is a story of hope set in a post-apocalyptic world. After five years of searching, survivor Sean Kalos stumbles upon proof that his missing wife may still be alive in the new United Provinces. World War III's nuclear strikes on the U.S. set the nation back 200 years, and hope is all but lost when every survivor of the war is infected by a fatal nuclear plague. What was designed to be the new rebirth has become martial law, and the Officers of the Province wield their power with cruelty. When Sean crosses them, he finds himself in the middle of a personal war, and his quest for his wife inspires hope in a land that has forgotten the meaning of the word. Written by GW

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The Beginning of the End


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Rated R for violence, language and some sexual content | See all certifications »
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The cast and crew all stayed together at the same house in Morris, Georgia while filming in Georgia. See more »

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References The Wizard of Oz (1939) See more »

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Brain-deadland
23 May 2011 | by pete1-2See all my reviews

There's nothing worse than a B movie that pretends to be something more than it is, complete with misleading cover art on the DVD sleeve. A post apocalyptic tale can be action or drama or a combination of both. But when a film has such tight budget restraints that it only consists of bland soap opera style dialogue by seriously lame actors, it better at least have a decent script. Here we have a bunch of awful actors doing what can only be described as bad screen tests in the woods of Georgia for a painfully long 95 minutes. No action, no suspense, no direction, no nothing! What a rip off! How do these direct to video pieces of crap ever get made? The worst part of all is that these so-called actors have the nerve to do a Making Of featurette that tells of how hard they worked on their fine production. These egocentric losers are delusional! At least if they had some shootouts or some redeeming violence or exploitive rape sex scenes or a horde of brain eating zombies or anything cool I might have been able to say something positive about this horribly dull movie. I used to enjoy buying cheap DVDs from the bargain bin and having a good laugh...This movie has permanently killed the fun in that forever. From now on I will research DVDs to ensure they have something worth watching. Life is too short to waste on this SHITE!!! Thank you for allowing me to vent, IMDb. And to Billy Weeks and your gang of dud actor friends... Get new careers... YOU ALL SUCK SEVERELY as actors or writers or producers or directors!!!


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Country:

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Language:

English

Release Date:

18 April 2009 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

Steeling Pennies See more »

Filming Locations:

California, USA See more »

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Production Co:

Deadeye Films See more »
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Sound Mix:

Mono

Color:

Color

Aspect Ratio:

2.35 : 1
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