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quietearth [Celluloid 11.08.07] post apocalyptic zombies movie news

Billed as an "uncompromising new vision in zero-budget zombie horror", the music is reminiscent of those great low-budget 70s and 80s horror flicks we all love, and the film itself looks fantastic. I could watch a zillion zombie movies till the day I die, that's how much I love these things. Big shout out to Mobious for keeping us in good stuff like this, yeah baby.

"Five months ago, the earthly dynasty of humans was methodically overthrown by an ever-growing horde of the resurrected dead. The plague struck so rapidly and with such brutal efficiency that no level of human power or authority could subdue it. With media sources down and an ominous lack of government response across the globe, those who survived the initial attacks were forced to rely on their own wits and survival instincts. Those who were weak or simply unlucky inevitably became members of the pale mob, sweeping the land in packs, searching for fresh meat to be consumed.

In the small town of Edgar, a young resourceful man named Hayden (Mickey Cardoni) has managed to survive by living in the storm drains beneath the town. He mounts occasional supply raids to the surface via his subterranean network of tunnels and manholes, webbing their way through town. He is one of the few people who's will to live outweighs their fear, and he has made a humble life for himself in the dark recesses of man's vacant domain.

When he encounters Taurie (Kevin Schandelmeier), a lone rambler, Hayden is forced to rethink his attitudes toward life and his plan for survival. Though they have both suffered incalculable personal horrors and remained sane and alive, nothing can prepare them for the adventure of hope, desperation, and unbridled terror that awaits them as they walk among the dead..."

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Anonymous (13 years ago) Reply

Holy sh**!

This one is awful! This is worse than any trash movie I've ever seen!!!


Anonymous (13 years ago) Reply

it looks like some low budget high school movie

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