Zombie Apocalypse (2011) Horror Movie Review
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In the tradition of The Walking Dead, Dawn of the Dead, and Night of the Living Dead. When college roommates Mark and Tom go out for a night at the bar, the last thing they expected to find was a machete wielding stranger and a horde of the undead. With the help of amateur photographer and video store clerk Raven, the unlikely party fights their way into an epic conflict between the living…and the dead. Zombie Apocalypse is a feature-length over-the-top action/adventure/horror movie. Its roots are in the style of the blockbusters of the 1980 s, John Carpenter films, and the energy of video games. Zombie Apocalypse has scenes of exciting action and intense drama, but it never takes itself too seriously for too long in the style of Zombieland. It focuses on four main characters and their adventures after a zombie outbreak spreads throughout the country. Miller: the mysterious stranger searching the country for his long-lost wife, who herself has ties to the creation of the zombies; Mark, a bullheaded college student with a chip on his shoulder and an axe in his hand; Tom, Mark s video game playing medical student roommate; and Raven, a rebellious video store clerk and amateur photographer who goes from depressed to overjoyed once the zombies hit. Throughout the movie they meet a host of other characters including a mob of survivors who call themselves The Marauders, shadowy agents, an Illuminati-style organization, and nemesis from the past.
Synopsis:Months after a zombie plague has wiped out 90 percent of the American population, a small group of survivors fight their way cross-country to a rumored refuge on the island of Catalina.
About Zombie Apocalypse (2011)
Starring: Ving Rhames, Kimberly Ables Jindra, Gary Weeks, Taryn Manning, Johnny Pacar, Robert Blanche, Gerald Webb, Neil H. Berkow, Eddie Steeples, Jennifer Barbosa, Terry Kenard Barnes, Lesley-Ann Brandt, Amy Becklin, Jadarrel Belser, Lilan Bowden, Jahaziel Berumen, Anya Monzikova, Cleo Berry, Lauran Doverspike, Jonathan D. Black, Ami Albea, Medgine Brice, Darryl Allen, Les Brooks Jr., John Alonzo, Larry Andrews, Kat Andrusco, Mary Alexandra Andrusco, Kimberly Arcega, Kristen Louise Baker
Director: Nick Lyon
MPAA Rating: R
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