When the undead overrun San Francisco, a desperate group survives by locking themselves inside Alcatraz Prison. But when the dead invade the island, they must gamble everything on finding a way to stop the zombie scourge. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Rise Of The Zombies
When zombies overrun San Francisco, a desperate group survives by locking themselves inside Alcatraz Prison. When the undead breach the island, our heros are forced to return to the mainland overrun with the undead.
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Steve S (mx) wrote: Average, story line is all over the place, we found it hard to follow. But there was a few times it made you jump, so an extra star for that.I wouldn't bother unless there's absolutely nothing else to watch...
Kevin B (ag) wrote: Creative concept, very related, enjoyable to watch.
Matthew D (de) wrote: A horrible unfunny piece of trash. This is the 3rd worst parody movie I ever saw!
Chuin L (br) wrote: Ho hum movie, B flick...
cli o (kr) wrote: no thanks not my thing
Kate D (ru) wrote: A pretty good Perth film - had no idea it was filmed ih Perth until a couple scenes into the movie. But the main character reminded me too much of Heath Ledger...
Simon W (ru) wrote: A star turn by Morton isn't enough to salvage the unconvincing plotting.
Mark M (jp) wrote: Such a great movie, "ah, ah, son of a bi*ch" lol. What a great scene.
Dan M (gb) wrote: Well done and under rated. A keeper for sure.
Jeff V (au) wrote: Power corrupts - even if you're a computer. Science fiction is at its best plotting out "what if" scenarios. We don't always have to worry about how believable the premise is or isn't.
Ruth L (nl) wrote: Stupidest movie I've ever seen
Josh S (fr) wrote: Time to go to Europe.
Joshua M (es) wrote: Jenny Slate deserves much more recognition than she usually gets. Just as hilarious as the Fey's and Poehler's and Wiig's and McCarthy's of the world with just as much, if not a little more, emotional range. This charming, post-adolescent romedy is proof of that and more.
Bill T (ru) wrote: Good collection of horror stories benchmarked by Vincent Price and Robert Carradine in a club that yes, is for monsters! It even has the most hideous band ever. And by hideous, we're talking music. Early 80's rock and roll, and Vincent Price is dancing to it! Arrrgh! As I said, the stories are not bad, only 3 of them this time. Best of them being Count Dracula trying to have a normal family life, and trying to answer his son's probing questions about life, such as why he's always in the basement during the daytime. Funny stuff! The story about the ugly man holed up in the mansion is good, but slightly predictable, and the final story, with the film director scouting a village in the english country side when the country folk tell him the wood and clothes they all wear are "from the ground, where the dead people are". It ends badly though. Good for a watch, thats for sure.