15 months after the apocalypse, a group of survivors are forced to take refuge in an abandoned school, where they encounter a mysterious zombie with the power to bring the undead back to life.


Jake Hawkins (co-director), Andy Phelps (co-director)


Andy Phelps (screenplay), Jake Hawkins



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Cast overview, first billed only:
Eric Colvin ... Sykes
Jim Sweeney Jim Sweeney ... Mac
Danny Brown Danny Brown ... Beaumont
Simon Burbage Simon Burbage ... Gandhi
Jade Colucci ... Harden
Joe Rainbow Joe Rainbow ... Gibson
Rachel Nottingham Rachel Nottingham ... Becca
Shamiso Mushambi Shamiso Mushambi ... Esther
Georgia Winters ... Asher
Rupert Phelps Rupert Phelps ... Messiah
Jamie Frampton Jamie Frampton ... Soldier
Kate Korbel Kate Korbel ... Hostage
Andy Bazire Andy Bazire ... Jeep Driver
Ian McIntyre Ian McIntyre ... Terrorist
Jake Hawkins Jake Hawkins ... Terrorist


Fifteen months after the zombie apocalypse, and a group of survivors are forced to take refuge in an abandoned school, where they discover a mysterious zombie with the power to bring the undead back to life. Written by Anonymous

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Prey for salvation


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A swing, a groan and a miss...
17 May 2016 | by paul_haakonsenSee all my reviews

I purchased this movie from Amazon, where it had a three out of five star rating, so I thought that I would be in for some adequate entertainment. However, I had not noticed the bottom-scraping rating that the movie had managed to score here on IMDb. And I did check IMDb just prior to sitting down to watch the movie. Which shattered my hopes of watching anything worthwhile.

I managed to get 45 minutes into "Zombie Resurrection" before I had to give up out of sheer and utter boredom. This movie had nothing of a storyline that could take hold and instill any kind of interest. As such, then my focus was fast dwindling.

There were some nice enough zombie make-up and effects to be seen here and there. But it was all drowned out in an overwhelming flood of poorly written storyline, scripted execution and less than mediocre acting performances.

There was a single performance in "Zombie Resurrection" which stood out from the other, and that was the performance of Jim Sweeney (playing Mac).

Anything even remotely zombie and I am there. But many a times do I end up with a disappointment, as many of the zombie movies are stinkers; pardon the pun.

As such, then I have no intention of returning to finish "Zombie Resurrection", because it just lacked conviction and entertainment value.

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Release Date:

23 March 2015 (UK) See more »

Also Known As:

Resurrection of the Dead See more »

Filming Locations:

Hampshire, England, UK


Box Office


GBP100,000 (estimated)
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1.78 : 1
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