Another apocalyptic road movie like "The Road", and its quintessential because its not about the Undead, Werewolves, Vampires, or Cyborgs, its about what mans relationship to man during these troubling times. And in these troubling times a religious cult has sprung up, using the undead as the flood that cleanses the world of the impure. Unlike most apocalyptic movies this one doesn't start out explaining what happened, or what going on. You find out word of mouth from stragglers they meet along the way. You're at a quaint farmhouse there's screaming growling and babies crying. Then Columbus meets Tallahasee. Tallahassee called "Mister" is a journeyman Staker. A staker we learn and hence the title "STAKELAND" actively hunts the undead, unlike everyone else who huddle in camps to defend themselves from attacks by the undead. He Mr. MIYAGI's Columbus (called Martin) as they travel from camp to camp chasing the undead and fleeing from the zealots. They're hoping to get north to a utopia where it's too cold for the undead but it also might be too cold for food, and the humans there may be more ravenous than the undead. Oh I mentioned PRIEST, priest sucks don't see it.