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2012 Zombie Apocalypse [Blu-ray] [Alemania]
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Superstars erobern Asylum: Der teuerste und mit den Hollywood-Stars Ving Rhames & Taryn Manning am besten besetzte Asylum-Film aller Zeiten! INHALT: Monate nachdem die Zombieseuche 90 Prozent der amerikanischen Bevölkerung ausgelöscht hat, erkämpft sich eine Gruppe Überlebender den Weg durch das Land, um eine Zufluchtsstätte zu erreichen, die sich angeblich auf der Insel Catalina befindet. Für alle Fans von Filmen wie Dawn of the Dead , Resident Evil oder 28 Days Later ! Tonformat: DTS Dt. & Engl. 5.1, Bildformat: HD Widescreen 1080p/24. Für Sammler mit Wendecover ohne FSK-Logo! Weitere Infos & Trailer unter youtube.com/user/dtpHomeVideo oder dtp-entertainment.com/de.
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"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.
2011 Action 90 min
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
Produced by: David Michael Latt, David Rimawi, Paul Bales Directed by: Nick Lyon Written by: Craig Engler and Brooks Peck Cinematography by: Pedja Radenkovic
Starring: Ving Rhames, Taryn Manning, Lesley-Ann Brandt, Johnny Pacar, Eddie Steeples, Gary Weeks, Anya Monzikova, Gerald Webb, Lilan Bowden, Robert Blanche
Typical Zombie film from The Asylum,Its Great The Asylum are releasing their films on Bluray.
Previously I had to buy from Amazon Germany to get their titles on Bluray.
Good solid story and the Legendary Ving Rhames. Taryn Manning does a nice job too,not to mention she is nice to look at.
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So the movie mainly follows a few main characters as they try to get toward a safe haven called "Catalena" or something, it's on an island and it's supposedly free of zombies. They run across some other survivors whose names don't really stand out in my mind as I sit here and write this. But the main one I cared about was Ving Rhames! This guy is such an awesome guy that he doesn't need a gun, he just bashes zombies in the head with a sledge hammer!
They move toward the safe haven and they come across zombies that have been shot in the head with arrows and they wonder if these are other survivors just ahead of them. Later they meet up with these archers and they team up together to travel to safety.
I loved this movie! I only have two complaints about this movie.
First of all, Ving Rhames and one of the women survivors come across a .50 cal machine gun and the woman says, "I wanna take it with us." Why? Do you have any idea how heavy that thing is? Not to mention how noisy it is? When you shoot that thing off, all the zombies within 10 city blocks are going to hear it and descend upon you like a pack of ravenous dogs! Plus how are you going to transport it? Oh I see, you're just going to put it in a shopping cart and wheel it around. Then when she fires the weapon while it's still in the cart, the cart itself doesn't move. COME ON!!! Gimme a freaking break! Do you have any idea how much recoil there is on a .50 cal machine gun? Why do you think they are always bolted to the roofs of vehicles and held down with sand bags in front of fox holes? If she had fired that gun in that cart the kick-back would knock her over and the fact that the thing it was sitting on had WHEELS, wouldn't be too smart either. You can use your head and figure out what would happen if anyone in the real world tried to do that. Not to mention when she was shooting the machine gun, the ammo belt that was going into the gun, WASN'T FRIGGIN' MOVING!!! Ugh!!!
My other complaint is the climax of the movie. The survivors are ambushed at the docks where they are supposed to meet up with a boat that would take them to safety and what are they ambushed by? Take a guess, seriously, think about if you were in a zombie apocalypse. What would you expect to be ambushed by? Zombies? Other humans looking to rob you? Maybe even a lich controlling the zombies? No, of course not! That would make too much sense, instead let's have them be ambushed by zombie tigers. Seriously, ZOMBIE TIGERS are the final bad guy these survivors have to face off against. That was just... oh my god, my head hurt from how stupid that was.
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So even with those two things that I didn't like, this was still a pretty good movie and I do recommend it for anyone who loves zombies.
Check it out!