Zombie Massacre

Zombie Massacre

A bacteriological weapon developed by the US Government to create a super soldier - spreads an epidemic in a quiet little town in the middle of Eastern Europe. All citizens have been turned into infected zombies. The plan is to bring an atomic bomb into the city's nuclear plant to pretend a terrible accident occurred. No one has to know the truth. A team of mercenaries is hired to complete the mission. The battle is on. Hordes of monsters against the team. Who will survive?

A biological weapon developed by the United States turns the residents of a small town in Eastern Europe into zombies. The plan is to bring an atomic bomb into the city's nuclear plant to pretend a terrible accident occurred. A team of mercenaries is hired to complete the mission. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


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kyo 9 (jp) wrote: superb fighting scene..donnie yen > jackie chan = jet lihahaha

Blake P (mx) wrote: There's people married to their jobs and then there's Jeanne Charmant-Killman (Isabelle Huppert), the protagonist of Claude Chabrol's slicing "Comedy of Power." Midway through the film, there's a sequence in which she decides, with the offhandedness of a butcher throwing away a rotten piece of meat, to leave her husband. She matter-of-factly packs her bags, grabs a taxi, and declares that she'd like to go to her office. "It's 4 a.m.," the driver scoffs. Jeanne shrugs. Where else would she go? Fact is is that she isn't herself when she isn't working. A prosecutor with disapproving eyes and a perpetually curled lip, we can practically feel the euphoria pumping through her veins as she takes down corporate bigwigs ruined by their inability to keep their egos in check. She's alive - and the smartest person in the room - whenever wearing her occupational facade. Strip her of her professional big-headedness in her personal life, though, and she's without a sense of self. She isn't sure how to love or be loved. She likes being feared more than she likes the warmth served on the side of a healthy relationship. And the film, resolutely cold, is more or less a study of the effect power can have on a person's identity, and how their intoxication with authority is capable of destroying as many lives as a serial murderer. The person being focused on, of course, is Jeanne, and her exploits - and curbings of terminal threat - as a lawyer who rises in her ranking as the film progresses. Whether we like her is muddled - part of us is intrigued, and thoroughly respectful of, her methods of taking down corrupt big kahunas and her apparent comfortability with doing so. But another part is turned off by the way she seems to sniff out alleged wrongdoing like a bloodhound just looking for something to snack on. Despite proclaiming that she really and truly wants to live in world colored by integrity at one point ("It's not the image of justice I care about. It's justice," she snaps to a naysayer), we can't be fooled: Jeanne is a woman who likes the emotional perks that come with controlling someone's fate. Simple as that. But "Comedy of Power" is as alienating as its heroine. Whereas Chabrol's naturalism valuing style has mostly worked to his benefit over the course of his career (his 1995 masterpiece, "La Crmonie," for instance, was a humdinger of bringing cinematic weight to heinous suburban tragedy), it isn't quite as compelling in the film. Nothing really happens except for the destruction of the psyches of Jeanne's "victims," which, while initially ringing with fascinating ruthlessness, eventually grows monotonous since the movie never takes on the conventional beginning, middle, and end structuring of a typical crime drama.Still, Huppert is sensationally cutthroat, and Chabrol, 76 during production, spins Jeanne's cruel web with a persuasion that reminds us that people of her power abusing renown do, in fact, exist. I just wish it did more than prick our senses - we should feel a sting, followed by the feeling of cinematic venom seeping into our bloodstream. But "Comedy of Power" is too detached for that.

Jasmine F (it) wrote: my favorite Halloween saga

Ali T (ag) wrote: even know about most this movie is considered a classic I found it cool.

linda b (gb) wrote: i saw this movie with my older sister.still one of my fav movies

Chris M (kr) wrote: Willie Nelson as a redbearded outlaw? Come on! This might be his best role ever. Its a classic in my mind. Gary Busey and Willie's combo was much like Poncho and Lefty.

James H (de) wrote: Very well produced, excellent cinematography and score. It's a good story but way overlong. The period detail is only fair. It wasn't always authentic looking. The performances are fine. Great use of location filming.

Omar M (mx) wrote: A striking surreal ultra modern Japanese horror film from the 60s. Full of sex and a ghostly eerie mood.

Salah A (jp) wrote: 'Coraline' is one of the most beautifully animated films out there.

Ethan P (ca) wrote: Although the attractive characters and scenic setting make this movie visually appealing, the strange, melodramatic plot, weak writing and bad acting ruin a movie that had great potential. They beat the coin metaphor (which could've been meaningfully if used sparingly) to death and the ending makes light of the fact that Channing Tatum and Amanda Seyfield can only be together because the man she married out of pity died of cancer. When they fall in love at the end, it almost seems like they're celebrating the fact that her husband is dead and her "burden" is gone.

Fred L (fr) wrote: Excellent cast, great dialogue, dark humor at its best. I never get tired of watching this movie.