It's the end of the century at a corner of the city in a building riddled with crime - Everyone in the building has turned into zombies. After Jenny's boyfriend is killed in a zombie attack...
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During the 16th century, Japanese pirates proliferate along the Chinese coastline. In 1557, the pirates take over Cengang in Zhejiang. After months of futile advances, Commander Yu (Sammo ... See full summary »
Sammo Kam-Bo Hung,
Set in the distant future where both North and South Koreas agree to establish a joint government, which has been in preparation for a duration of 7 years, the plot focuses on political ... See full summary »
It's the end of the century at a corner of the city in a building riddled with crime - Everyone in the building has turned into zombies. After Jenny's boyfriend is killed in a zombie attack, she faces the challenge of surviving in the face of adversity. In order to stay alive, she struggles with Andy to flee danger.Written by
At 57:05, when Andy and Jenny are about to leave the apartment with the old man, the camera pulls back showing him "wearing" the lower legs of a Caterpillar 5000 Work Loader, better known as the Power Loader from "Aliens" that Ripley uses to fight the queen at the end. It appears as though the foot plates have been removed to allow the actor to wear them with the suspenders he has on and one leg is stamped with "ZOMB 1970MAY19" with a suspicious looking "Umbrella" type logo. See more »
The American Bluray cover art depicts a woman with a bob haircut in a black leather (tactical) outfit akin to Deadpool/Blade, complete with double katana style swords across her back as she stands off against a horde of blood red zombies. There is no scene with this outfit, weapons or character in the movie. See more »
You're not a beautiful and unique snowflake. You're the same decaying organic matter as everything else.
A zombie outbreak leaves the residents of a tower block fighting for their lives. One year later, and survivors Jenny (Jessica Cambensy) and Andy (Andy On) find themselves at the mercy of a schoolteacher turned tyrant who pits the living against the dead in a gladiatorial arena.
According to the quote on the DVD cover, Zombie Fight Club is The Raid meets Dawn of the Dead. Yeah, and I'm Iko Uwais' personal trainer. The fact is—as if you really need to be told—that this Taiwanese action/horror hybrid is nowhere near as good as either of the aforementioned classics. It's got an uneven structure, unlikable characters that it's hard to give a damn about, unimpressive fight action, and lots and lots of gore, the vast majority of which is CGI.
It's not all bad news though: some of the zombie makeup is fairly impressive, there are quite a few very attractive ladies wearing sexy outfits, and we get one sequence that is so outrageous that it cannot fail to entertain: while a crippled old man fights zombies with the help of hydraulic power-legs and a chainsaw, Jenny and Andy drive his BMW—parked conveniently in the middle of the apartment building—at speed down a corridor and through an external wall, falling several storeys, both somehow surviving the impact.
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