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.
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
Lets be honest, there have been some truly awful B grade Zombie flicks. Thankfully, Rezort is not one of them.
Yes this film has a modest budget and location and yes, its hardly original. That said what Rezort does, it does with a simple, honest, gnashing enthusiasm. Its pacing is good and whilst this is not going to engage the synapses all that much it does engage on a sensory level, with lots of action and a few mild scares.
Just as importantly, its a competent production that employs some capable Brit actors and utilizes reasonable if not exceptional sets and locations.
All in all there a lot more to like here than not, if you are a fan of the Zombie/survival horror genre and you want an afternoon or evenings chill out action flick fun. Seven out of ten from me.
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