When a street drug turns junkies into an army of zombies, a man named Hunter finds himself with nothing but a beat-up car and a trunk full of guns and booze, until he stumbles across a small band of survivors.
Zombie Hunter is set in a post-apocalyptic Zombie wasteland caused by the mysterious street drug "Natas". We follow one man who has nothing left other than a beat up Camaro and a trunk full of guns and booze. He runs down Flesh Eaters, hunting for sport and redemption, while also running from his past. After crashing into a small group of survivors, who are running low on resources, he decides to lend a hand. But a surprise attack by the Flesh Eaters forces them on the run and puts the Hunter's skills to the test.Written by
Erik Christian Hansen
The film had its official premiere at the 2013 Fantasia International Film Festival in Montreal. See more »
Early in the movie, Hunter stops to gas up. While checking inside the gas station, he encounters several zombies. He is armed with a double barrel shot gun. The first time he fires, we hear the sound of an empty shell hitting the ground. A double barrel shotgun does not automatically eject empty shells. He then deals with several zombies in a back room. He shoots several times, and after each shot, we hear the distinctive sound of a pump shotgun. See more »
Fairly decent and very cheesy direct to video zombie movie
Zombie Hunter fullfills its obligations of a campy, low budget horror movie. There is a lot of gore,blood,a cheesy storyline where drugs turn people into zombies ( sometimes giant zombies),hot chicks,a musclecar and Danny Trejo. Danny Trejo unfortunately is not the lead,instead they got a guy who looks like Ripper Owens from Judas Priest to play a zombie hunting bad ass. Even still,he did okay. The film delivers a lot on zombies and gore. The blood flows freely and frequently splatters into the camera. Low budget zombie flicks are a dime a dozen nowadays,few are classic and more of them suck. Zombie Hunter is no classic,but should please most fans of the genre as passable entertainment.
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