After a zombie outbreak in Asia, the mercenary Major Max Gatling is hired by a wealthy industrialist that was the responsible for the pandemic to rescue his daughter Jude with his team from a city. Max loses his group that is killed by the zombies and stays alone to accomplish his assignment. He finds Jude and learns that there are other survivors; Duke, Reese, Elvis, Lynn and Anna. She refuses to flee alone without the others and Duke and Elvis handcuff Max on a power pole to die. However, when Reese discovers that Jude is pregnant and the city will be firebombed, he rescues Max to save Jude. Then they find a group of robots killing zombies and Max reprograms them to help the survivors to escape. Will the group succeed to escape?Written by
Claudio Carvalho, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
The film was selected in festivals like the prestigious Sitges International Fantastic Film Festival, Sci-Fi-London Oktoberfest, and Detroit Zombie Con. The film was first released in Germany in August 2013 (with limited screenings and on Blu-ray & DVD). It was released in the United States in February 18, 2014 on Blu-ray/DVD. It had theatrical releases in United Arab Emirates, India, Lebanon and South Korea. See more »
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There was some sketchy dialog particularly noticeable when Dolph's character max was speaking with his fellow soldier while they were walking on the bridge early in the movie, and some of the acting was stilted, but I loved that the zombies moved quickly and the robots were fun. The Dolphster is getting old, you could tell by his movements, especially when he runs, but he is in excellent shape. Dolph plays the part of the stoic unwilling hero well. The CGI was not Lucas film quality but it was not distracting. The main characters had clear personalities and weren't all generic. I only wish the end wasn't so predictable as to who would survive.
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