Zombie Apocalypse: Redemption (2011) Horror Movie Review
Horror movies Review
Zombie Apocalypse Redemption (ZAR) is really a horror/adventure movie, mixing favorite components from the zombie and post apocalypse genres. It’s a hero story on the semi-epic scale told inside a classical fashion. Visually, ZAR resembles The Road Warrior using its over-the-top, cobbled-together, post-nuke comic realism.
In the near extinction of mankind, zombies greatly outnumber people and each day is really a battle to see tomorrow. Just as he is going to quit this fight, rugged wanderer John Knox ends up being saved with a ragtag number of children. Just as he’s getting confident with his new family within the wasteland, a war party of maniacal raiders assaults the camping grounds, plus they kidnap Sarah, Knox’s love interest. It’s as much as Knox and also the couple of who steered clear of the attack to collect what assets they are able to (including zombies!) and launch an exciting-or-nothing save mission around the raiders’ home fortress.
Synopsis:In a world where zombies outnumber humans 10,000 to one, it is impossible to tell the difference between men and the monsters.
About Zombie Apocalypse: Redemption (2011)
Starring: Fred Williamson, Jimmy Doom, Jason Abate, Ghelan Ismail, Mark Acquaviva, Jerry Jankiewicz, Victor Karvelis, Jeremy Rush, Johnny Gel, Angelina Nikollaj, Joseph Scott Anthony, Gideon Hawke Raphael, Tommy Beardmore, Michael Empson, Jerry Lynch, Charly Bivona, Alicia Clark, Li Xing, Tokkyo Faison, Jeremy Haney, Didrik Davis, Marvin Horner, Vong Lee, Victoria Mullen, Angelique Sky, Jeremy Matson, Richard Raphael, Ryan Thompson, Dan Lang, Matthew O'Day
Runtime: 101 minutes
Director: Ryan Thompson
MPAA Rating: R