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ZOMBIE APOCALYPSE [Blu-ray] [Import]

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  • Format: AC-3, Widescreen, NTSC, Import
  • Language: English
  • Region: Region A/1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Studio: Asylum Home Ent
  • Release Date: Dec 27 2011
  • Average Customer Review: 2.5 out of 5 stars 2 customer reviews
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By The Movie Guy HALL OF FAMETOP 10 REVIEWER on Sept. 1 2016
Format: DVD
Zombie movies follow a basic formula because they are metaphoric of life. A group of people with brains seek out a safe utopian world free from the unthinking zombies who blindly follow the crowd trying to kill the idealists. There are 2 types of zombies. There are the foot dragging raised from the dead zombies and the faster moving viral zombies. In this regard, the film has met the basic requirements for a decent zombie film.

A group of survivors are headed toward the island of Catalina. Some die along the way. Some are added along the way as in any good zombie film. Why they choose to venture on foot rather than drive a heavily shielded vehicle, I don't know. The special effects were inexpensive CG critters, fires, and blood squirts. In these types of films it is the characters and dialouge that make the production stand out from other low budget movies. In that regard, this one failed to stand out. Ving Rhames needed a personality. Lesley-Ann Brandt had dead deliveries and wore jeans that never got dirty. Like John Wayne movies, multiple zombies die when one bullet is fired. The other film that goes by this name is far worse.

Parental Guide: No f-bombs, sex, or nudity
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Zombie Apocalypse(released Oct/11) gives us yet another *gulp* taste of what the world end times/zombie ridden landscape,will look like after it all.Wow,I'm shaking my head right now because I haven't been through a watching experience like this in a LONG time.It's like getting a strong whiff of smelling salts under the old proboscis.Hooo-weee!As you know,there has been as much of an "outbreak" of zombie related movies in the past ten years from Hollywood as there have been imaginary plagues that these movies purport to show.Could just one more,be that bad a thing?
This time 'round we have what is called a VM2 virus...whatever happened to the VM1? Geesh,just asking. Anyhoos,it has wiped out a good portion of the Earth's pop(that's "population" for you non Tweeters)...doesn't it always? Ving Rhames leads a rag tag group of survivors from the eastern end of the L.A.There they all hope to catch a boat over to Catalina Island and safety.Everything that you see in between is the usual hit/kill a zombie,run from a zombie and once in a while get bit by a zombie.In between all the "excitement",the players all have a resty-poo here and there.
That is the "plot",as much as it is;we definitely have a less is more thing going on here.Ving is no stranger to Zombies,oh no.He was last in Dawn of the Dead in /04 and acquitted himself pretty well in the zombie killing department there.So he knows what he's doing by now.Here,he is more of the menacing hulk type of guy,kinda shy and quiet,bad butt and ready to kill a Z at any moment.The rest of the cast,filled with lesser known actors,also acquit themselves pretty well."So what is so wrong with the film,Bob?...cut to the chase!",you may ask.
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4.0 out of 5 stars "Enough melancholy, it's time for dessert.....S'mores!" May 21 2015
By Einsatz - Published on
Format: DVD Verified Purchase
I first watched this on the Syfy Channel so I knew exactly what I was getting, a passable zombie flick that follows the usual plot devices. Three friends leave the relative safety of their remote cabin for supplies in a nearby town. They are immediately beset by voracious zombies lurking in the area. As luck would have it, two of them are saved by a roving band of survivors on their way to Catalina. Soon enough, they are also joined by another small band of survivors. The bulk of the movie concerns their `adventures' with zombies as they make their way to a supposed survivor camp out west. Their number increases and decreases when necessary to add an "ah" factor when one of their rank and file bites it. Unfortunately, few of the characters are around long enough to acquire personalities. Most maintain a `body count' only status throughout. This aspect didn't bother me as I wasn't expecting anything that would require great thespian talent amongst the mostly unknown actors involved.

I liked this movie because everything in it was predictable (okay, the CGI zombie tigers were another matter altogether). It's basically just a time waster and when paired with a much better zombie flick would serve as a decent appetizer to get you in the mood for a second or third feature. It's definitely going in the collection with no allusions that it's anything other than what it is.
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars ZOMBIE WALKS IN LA? Nov. 17 2013
By JEROME W, MARTIN - Published on
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I am not a fan of Zombie movies normally, but I liked this one. It had humor, lots of Zombies and enough goings on to make it
interesting. See, these Zombies are taking over the world, and these non-zombies are trying to get across LA to get to
a safe haven for humans on Catalina Island. There are funny moments and more serious parts I the film and I enjoyed it. LA takes
it on the lumps again after being ravished by Martians, giant ants, Kronos the energy eater, tidal waves, earthquakes and the
Kardashians(the worst!). And how in the world can you tell a Zombie from an average LA aborigine? I don't know, I live in NY.
I forgot to mention LA getting mushed in the movie Independence Day; also Skyline, also some other alien stuff. So there you are
Angelinos, enjoy after all you people have gone through. It deserves four stars.
23 of 28 people found the following review helpful
2.0 out of 5 stars A Low Budget Zombie Epic: Better Than Expected, But Still Fairly Uninspired Nov. 2 2011
By K. Harris - Published on
Format: DVD
Anyone that watches a SyFy Channel original movie on occasion knows that they rarely offer real chills. That doesn't mean that some of the films don't have a demented sort of charm. Grade A cheese, the best of the bunch tend to be hysterically unapologetic creature feature schlock. One of the main contributors to the SyFy channel brand is a film production studio aptly called The Asylum. Oh how I dread The Asylum, a company responsible for some mind numbing embarrassments which rip-off current trends or big budget features. I hate that usually their movies fail to even qualify as dumb fun (and really, that's all I expect). Well, The Asylum is capitalizing on the on-going undead infatuation with "Zombie Apocalypse." And while no means a classic, at least it fares slightly better than their other recent endeavors. But here's the deal. While I am more than content to watch just about anything zombie related for free, would I really invest in a DVD purchase for this title? Ultimately, the answer is probably no. There is simply too much competition in this overcrowded genre, and much of it is quite good.

"Zombie Apocalypse" gets off to a rollicking start with the virtual destruction of the world. The opening is clever and colorful and really had my hopes set high. But after the brief introduction, we're plunged into very familiar territory. A group of three friends stumble into town after being isolated for about six months--they're hoping the zombie problem has solved itself. Well, it doesn't take long for that dream to go up in smoke. After a brutal attack, they are joined by another group of travelers who are headed to Catalina Island (a known safe zone). Together they must cross Los Angeles. My favorite sequence comes late in the picture where our group is downtown and the next scene they are in Long Beach--wow! There really isn't much more to the plot. It really just boils down to who will survive and what will be awaiting them. I hazard to think how tiny little Catalina Island is the destination for every living soul in America!

On the plus side, the film features some likable actors. Ving Rhames is certainly the headliner and he provides solid support. But really this is an ensemble piece and several actors whom I didn't know actually served up pretty decent performances (Johnny Pacar and Gary Weeks specifically). Taryn Manning, on the other hand, was given the movie's most useless role--that of a completely helpless victim. In the entire movie, she kills exactly one zombie. The rest of the time she cries for help or runs away while others do battle. Pretty pathetic. The zombie effects are good enough for this low budget production and the battles are well choreographed. It isn't "The Walking Dead" by any means from a technical standpoint, but it works for what it is. And the final battle, as bizarre and out-of-left-field as it is, had a silliness that appealed to me. All in all, the movie was much better than I expected. But would I ever watch it again? Not likely. About 2 1/2 stars. KGHarris, 11/11.
1.0 out of 5 stars I can't remember seeing a movie more terrible than this July 14 2016
By TJ - Published on
Format: DVD
I can't remember seeing a movie more terrible than this. This isn't even one of those "It's so bad I couldn't stop watching movies". I watched the whole thing, because I always hope there's something redeeming in a movie. But not this one. This isn't Z Nation bad. It's "I want 2 hours of my life back" bad.

I won't even bother going into details, except to say that it's poor acting (with a few exceptions), terrible screen writing, terrible special effects and overall very lazy directing. You'll see better on YouTube, no joke.
13 of 15 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars Wow a movie by Aylum that isnt a steaming pile of crap! Oct. 29 2011
By EvilDead159 - Published on
Format: DVD
Im actually watching this on syfy right now, and i must say it not bad, Its got Ving Rhames for one and a couple of other great and fairly known actors. When i found out that Asylum made this, i couldnt beleive it. Asylum is a mockbuster company that makes rip off of hollywood movies, and theyre always terrible, i mean so bad you wonder how the company is still around. This is the only watchable movie of theres, but its not just watchable its actually pretty good. I still feel that Aylum and everyone who works in the company should be kicked square in the jewels for all the crap they spill out.

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