When Islamic Terrorists hired by Russians set off dirty bombs around the world, a deadly virus transforms the bulk of the world's population into the living dead. Zakariah Stone (William ...
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When Islamic Terrorists hired by Russians set off dirty bombs around the world, a deadly virus transforms the bulk of the world's population into the living dead. Zakariah Stone (William Lee) is the one man who may hold the cure. He teams up with a band of outlaws (WIlliam Wreggelsworth, Ray Powell, Banza Townsend and Erin Perez) to deliver the antidote to Dr. Samuelson (Sonny Burnette) the only man who can reproduce the vaccine. Standing in their way is General Peters (Jim Owens) a madman who has created an army of the dead: soldiers created from cadavers to do his bidding---and hordes of zombies out for a kill..Written by
William X Lee
For not having much of, if any budget, this movie is better than some of those with one out there in Indie-film. William X. Lee is incredibly capable of starting and finishing a project in record time and he overcame many obstacles that arose during this production's filming, from actors leaving, weather and location issues, and did I mention the lack of a budget? This film has its quirks, but overall, it's a decent story with solid acting. Most of the cast are remarkably talented and believable with their forays into feelings of panic, anger, anxiety, comradery, and even humor. Some of the action sequences are gripping with intense gun play and martial arts scenes, but the film lacked the gratuitous and obligatory gore that comes with a "zombie" film.
Be sure to rent it at Red Box near you, available right now, if you can find it. (Red Box release date was June 21, 2017)
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