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Dead Survivors (2010)

A fatal Virus has turned the inhabitants of an entire city into ravenous Zombies. The future of a small group of survivors relies on the outstanding Martial Arts abilities of Chris Burnside... See full summary »

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David Brückner

Writer:

David Brückner
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Cast

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Michael Krug Michael Krug ... Chris Burnside
Julia Köhler Julia Köhler ... Sarah
Tino Dörner Tino Dörner ... Dean
Ida Marie Unger Ida Marie Unger ... Isabelle
Stephan König Stephan König ... Col. Gabriel Templar
Witalij Kühne Witalij Kühne ... Ben
Alexander Mende Alexander Mende ... Project X
Marie Weigt Marie Weigt ... Rebecca
Romy Schreiber Romy Schreiber ... Ada
Heinrich Kus Heinrich Kus ... Prof. William Birkin
Forgó Tamás Forgó Tamás ... Leon (as Tamás Forgó)
Jens Nier ... Templar's 1st Guard
Falko Kleinert Falko Kleinert ... Templar's 2nd Guard
Selon Fischer Selon Fischer ... Long Haired Soldier (as Maximilian Krug)
Willi Hessel Willi Hessel ... Drunk Soldier
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A fatal Virus has turned the inhabitants of an entire city into ravenous Zombies. The future of a small group of survivors relies on the outstanding Martial Arts abilities of Chris Burnside. As their hideaway is attacked by a horde of the undead, they are forced to flee. Out of fuel, fighting their way through the woods they find an old mansion which holds the key to the infection, as well as other bad surprises. (c) hazard-themovie.com Written by Anonymous

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Horror

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Country:

Germany

Language:

German

Release Date:

14 March 2010 (Germany) See more »

Also Known As:

Hazard See more »

Filming Locations:

Chemnitz, Saxony, Germany See more »

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Weird Place
Written by Playfellow
Performed by Playfellow
Courtesy of Playfellow (C) 2007
Taken from the album Penumbra
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ultra low budget and bad acting
28 August 2012 | by trashgangSee all my reviews

It's strange that a low budget flick like this has a release on the shock label. It's a German flick and it shows on a few ways. It is gory in some scene's but naturally the language is awful. it's overdubbed in English, but the one that has a German accent. the lines are ridiculous too.

But it's the acting that is below zero that makes it an awful flick and the effects used. Fightscene's are really funny to see because you can easily spot that they hit against the victim or zombie or when a machete is used you can see it slowly hitting the victims. But there are other scene's that are gory with hands and legs being cut but again, the props used are laughable.

It made me remember the early splatter flicks from Ittenbach and others, the way that was done was also laughable. I had a few laughs like with the zombie walking around with a severed arm.

Overall a low budget zombie flick with bad effects and terrible acting. But there are people out who love this kind of trash.

Gore 2/5 Nudity 0/5 Effects 1/5 Story 2/5 Comedy 0/5


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