In a small, remote village in upstate Quebec, things have changed. Locals are not the same anymore - their bodies are breaking down and they have turned against their loved ones. A handful of survivors goes hiding into the woods, looking for others like them.
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Following a near-apocalyptic zombie outbreak, humans are once again in control. If an occasional rogue zombie finds its way into everyday life, it is quickly disposed of by the authorities. In this day and age, people know how to handle "Zee's". The latest craze is the Zombie Safari - Zafari - a chance to go out and shoot the undead in the wild. The ultimate blood sport experience, and for many the ultimate therapeutic revenge following the losses suffered during the outbreak. Little do the vacationers realize they're actually in a highly controlled environment, where the zombies are always kept at a safe shooting distance. Nothing is left to chance, nothing is unplanned. So far.Written by
Purely based on the entertainment, the acting and the filming The Rezort doesn't deserve more then a five star rating. Maybe a bit more if you base it just on his genre. And by that I mean for a zombie movie it's okay. I saw way worse zombie movies but also much better. In this one the variant is that people go on a safari on an island to shoot zombies and of course it all goes wrong. A lot of shooting, running and biting, the usual zombie stuff. It is what it is, but if you like that kind of stuff then with this movie it is what you will get. I have kind of an overdose of the zombie genre so maybe I'm a bit biased writing about The Rezort. Anyways, it could have been much worse so I won't complain any further.
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