The Dead The Damned And The Darkness

The Dead The Damned And The Darkness

In a savage land where zombies roam freely - Lieutenant Colonel Sawyer is armed with machine guns, body armor and courage. He is on a mission to give his family a burial at sea. To reach the coast, he must enter a quarantined infected zone and fight through hordes of bloodthirsty zombies. There he encounters a group of survivors including a young woman who is a target of both the male survivors and the ravenous zombies. To protect the last non-infected humans and complete his mission, Colonel Sawyer must face the Dead, the Damned and the Darkness.

In a savage land where zombies roam freely - Lieutenant Colonel Sawyer is armed with machine guns, body armor and courage. He is on a mission to give his family a burial at sea. To reach the coast, he must enter a quarantined infected zone and fight through hordes of bloodthirsty zombies. There he encounters a group of survivors including a young woman who is a target of both the male survivors and the ravenous zombies. To protect the last non-infected humans and complete his mission, Colonel Sawyer must face the Dead, the Damned and the Darkness. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Nicky S (es) wrote: As an adult I found it most baffling. But my daughter thought it was wonderful.

Li B (au) wrote: I saw this at the Sonoma Independent Film festival, where it received the most popular votes from audiences of all 25 films shown.This a cute and clever film made locally in San Francisco, and the various characters are over-the-top in the best sense. It has been described - very accurately - as a John Waters' film for kids. It has it's own retro style by the bucket load, the sets rocked, and the actors were great fun to watch.i understand that this film has also been shown as a fundraiser for various humane society/dog rescue outfits.If you love dogs - see this! Become an acolyte of Barkananda!!!

Kelsey R (mx) wrote: As a fan of the show, I was disappointed by the movies. And of the four, this was definitely my least favorite. As much as I love David Cross, I found this movie to be scattered, strange, and ultimately uninteresting. It seems to me that there's a struggle to sustain the story in these hour and a half pieces. Very ho hum.

Conrad M (nl) wrote: How refreshing it is to see a documentary that tries to show you both sides of the coin. The con and pro Moore sides get to express their reasons for taking the positions they do and the doc lets the audience make up its mind as to what the right choices are and why.

DenisSteve G (br) wrote: C'est amateur, mais j'ai pourtant aim a.

Kevin R (fr) wrote: May you die in Ireland Martin Fallon is a former assassin who has been asked to perform one last job. Fallon reluctantly takes the job. He sneaks up on his victim and executes him in front of a priest. The priest causes Fallon to question his profession. As Fallon tries to step out of the shadow of his former life, his most recent employers will stop at nothing to ensure he disappears for good. "What are you doing father, praying or puking?" Mike Hodges, director of Murder by Numbers, I'll Sleep When I'm Dead, Flash Gordon, The Omen II, and Get Carter (1971), delivers A Prayer for the Dying. The storyline for this picture is interesting and on par with numerous other films within the action genre. The acting in this film separates it from other pictures with similar plots and the cast includes Mickey Rourke, Liam Neeson, and Bob Hoskins. "You should have shot the bastard." A Prayer for the Dying is a film that grabbed my attention based on its marvelous cast. I am a Mickey Rourke fan and have been on a mission to see as many of his pictures as possible. I will say Rourke does an awesome job of delivering an Irish accent and his character is predictably eccentric. Overall, this is a worthwhile action picture that does little to separate itself from other films in the genre other than having outstanding acting. "I bury people or I burn them." Grade: C+

Lee M (it) wrote: Too bad that Voyage of the Damned is done as an all-star, cheap melodrama, fictionlaizing a riveting WWII-Holocaust story.

Matthew S (jp) wrote: Michael Tolkin's film is a surprisingly effective study of faith, rage and human defiance. Mimi Rogers plays the role with conviction. And, by the time we reach the disarmingly potent ending -- it is hard to be prepared by the pack of this independent film's punch.

Nicholas L (de) wrote: It's a pulse-pounding, riveting, and highly engaging modern account of a true event that moves past the action into a reflection on the tensions between the third world country and those of the first world.

Brandon M (au) wrote: Absoloutely underrated, while it might not be up there with ET, Harry and the Hendersons is a witty, touching movie for the family. It also will make the older people in the family laugh at a few well accomplished jokes. definetely recommended if you're is looking for a new film to watch with your kids