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Zomblies (2010)

| Action, Drama, Horror
When a private militia's rookie zombie hunters send out a distress call, it's up to the Rangers to cross The Wall and bring them back as well as uncover the truth about a terrifying new breed of zombie.

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David M. Reynolds
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Credited cast:
David M. Reynolds David M. Reynolds ... Jack
Lauren Shein ... Ann Provice
Christopher Dane ... General Frank Marshall
Daniel Drew Daniel Drew ... Drew (as Danny Drew)
Scott Chester Scott Chester ... Nickel
Shahriar Abdullah Shahriar Abdullah ... Bear
Simon Ball Simon Ball ... Bull
Fraser Walker Fraser Walker ... Walker
Rachael Horne Rachael Horne ... Horne
Timothy Bevan Timothy Bevan ... Bevan (as Tim Bevan)
Mark Ruddick Mark Ruddick ... Ruddick
Dan Porosa Dan Porosa ... Porosa
Tim Burke Tim Burke ... Map Operator
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Louis John Brzozka Louis John Brzozka ... Zombie
Jack Plumbley Jack Plumbley ... Zombie
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When a private militia's rookie zombie hunters send out a distress call, it's up to the Rangers to cross The Wall and bring them back as well as uncover the truth about a terrifying new breed of zombie.

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Knee deep in the dead

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Action | Drama | Horror

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A Brilliant B Movie?
24 October 2011 | by maxwatts-138-922317See all my reviews

I enjoy low-budget films but more often than not I fail to endure the whole effort. Whilst this film contains some of the common and sometimes entirely understandable failings associated with low-budget features it had me glued! The camera-work, directing and special effects are for me quite brilliant. Some of the chase and action sequences entertained as well as any Hollywood Blockbuster. I smiled a few times at moments inappropriate to the script simply in appreciation of the work. I also smiled at the sometimes weak script itself and this reminded me of the film's low budget. I suspect this could have been improved upon immensely by the same team with more resources.

There's references to other films to spot, humour in some of the gore, the Zombies are as well represented as any I have seen and we get two types as well!

The script and dialogue sometimes let this down. The camera-work and direction more than compensate. The original score was great, especially at the end. I sat through the credits, which I rarely do and was glad I did. I was surprised at how small a team produced this, it seems several people had multiple role's in the production.

I hope to see more of David M Reynold's work in anticipation of great things.


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