The whole "zombie thing" has been hyped up so much that everyone thinks it's the end of the world! Of course, where one man sees the dead rising from the grave, another sees opportunity. Q ... See full summary »


Matt Mitchell (as Matthew Mitchell)


Matt Mitchell (as Matthew Mitchell), Taliesyn Mitchell





Credited cast:
Vincent Jerome Vincent Jerome ... Q
Huggy Leaver Huggy Leaver ... Tony
Fabrizio Santino ... Crazy Steve
Cassandra Orhan Cassandra Orhan ... Cassie
Charlie Rawes ... Muscles
Frank Rizzo Frank Rizzo ... Pat
Jennie Lathan Jennie Lathan ... Grandma
Simon Mathews Simon Mathews ... Danny
Josh Myers ... Q's Friend
Sharon Lawrence ... Victim
Siobhan Callas Siobhan Callas ... Female reporter
Chris Manning-Perry Chris Manning-Perry ... Male reporter
Rory Auskerry Rory Auskerry ... Radio (voice)
Phil Mercer Phil Mercer ... 10 Point Plan (voice)
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Kat Arthurs Kat Arthurs ... Medical staff


The whole "zombie thing" has been hyped up so much that everyone thinks it's the end of the world! Of course, where one man sees the dead rising from the grave, another sees opportunity. Q had a plan: drive the robbery getaway van, deliver everyone to the safe house and get paid - a nice, simple, plan. Unfortunately, life is never really that simple, and to top it all off, this is the first time Q has been a getaway driver. He's coping pretty well though, considering; TONY (the guy who is 'in charge' of the job) is a murderous nut case, DANNY was shot and is now bleeding all over the money in the back of the van, the Sat-Nav has a mind of its own, there's a guy in the back living up to his name "CRAZY STEVE", the safe-house already has police at it, and this whole "zombie thing" seems to be quickly becoming more of a "zombie apocalypse thing". Luckily, TONY knows of another Safe House on the coast. Not so luckily, DANNY dies of natural-ish causes and then rises from the grave. Q and ... Written by Matt Mitchell

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zombie | gun | gangster | See All (3) »


They owned the streets... until now!


Comedy | Horror


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At 1:10 into the film. When Q and Cassie are leaning on the car talking, you can see the reflection of a crew member on the car window filming the scene. See more »


Tony: Whoa, whoa, easy Grandma easy. Didn't mean to scare you.
Grandma: Oh really, 'fuckface'? Do I look scared to you?
Tony: Calm down. It's not the 1st time I've had a gun pointed at me.
Grandma: Oh, maybe so, but it could be the last time anyone shoots your balls off! Ha ha, now that's better. Now you 'Bald Ass'!
[points gun at Muscles]
Grandma: and you 'Fat Ass'
[points gun at Pat]
Grandma: and you 'Black Ass'
[points gun at Q]
Grandma: get back in your shit mobile and piss off! Go rob a post office or something!
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References Dawn of the Dead (1978) See more »

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Way better than expected
7 October 2012 | by momo-112See all my reviews

Briefly said, a van full of bank robbers have their getaway complicated by the oncoming zombie holocaust.

This movie was a pleasant surprise for me. I was expecting a B movie. Especially since I found the title on a list of 'B' thrillers. What I found was a very well done flick that fit my mood to a tee.

First thing to note is this is clearly in Guy Ritchie style (as in Lock Stock or Snatch). Now there is a fine line between cheap knock off, spoof and tribute. It mostly depends on how faithfully a style is recreated and it's underlying quality. The Ritchie style hits you right from the opening credits. Slick graphic credits interrupting brisk action sequences while the protagonist narrates, followed up by a by a cast of stereotypical British gangsters, each introduced by the narrator. It's a good imitation and I rate it a tribute. If you aren't fond of Rithchie's style you won't like this one either.

I found the characters amusing, original and endearing (you gotta love grandma). Moreover, I was pleasantly surprised at the overall quality. Direction, cinematography, acting, writing, sound all above par. Well, one exception. If you are making a zombie movie, it might be judicious to employ the services of a make-up artist. Or, at the very least, insist that your extras pay a visit to the local costume shop at their own expense.

It would be easy to criticize the finale which seems more like a cast party than a conclusion. But, think about it, there's only one end to a zombie flick. The zombies kill everyone. Isn't that what's meant by Apocalypse?

If you took the trouble to search for this title, the answer is "Yes". Well worth a look see.

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Release Date:

11 December 2012 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

Gangsters, Armas & Zombies See more »

Filming Locations:

Kent, England, UK See more »


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GBP17,000 (estimated)
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2.35 : 1
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