About a year ago, we showed you a teaser for Uwe Boll's "Zombie Massacre" film, based on a little known 1998 video game, which was somewhat similar to "Doom." And today, we have a full trailer. Check it out below.
Boll is just producing, leaving helming duties to Marco Ristori and Luca Boni, who made a low-budget zombie movie "Eaters" for him. Just like with most of his movies, Boll will make a cameo in "Zombie Massacre" as the President of United States.
Plot: A bacteriological weapon - developed by the US government to create a super soldier - turns all citizens of a quiet little Eastern European town into infected zombies. The town is in quarantine, but the government wants to destroy it to avoid the spread of the infection. To hide the truth, an atomic bomb will be brought into the city's nuclear plant to make it look like a terrible accident.
A commando of mercenaries is hired to do the mission. The leader is Jack Stone, an ex-soldier now in jail for murdering his brothers in arms during a mission. If he accomplishes the mission, he will be free. The battle is on. Hordes of monsters against a bunch of men. There is no hope.
To save everyone time, I made a list of the highlights from the trailer.
1. An overweight female ninja handling a samurai sword and throwing stars.
2. A zombie being sucker punched in the face (twice).
3. The Captain America shield (lol Mudders)
4. Oscar-worthy dialogue and story.
minkowskiwrites: on October 11th, 2012 at 6:12:52 PM
WV-Films sure does love the use of the term lock-off shot. That's like the thirtieth time he's used it in the last four years.
Anyway, what a miasmic rip-off of Resident Evil and The Crazies.
And I hate to tell Boll, but a nuclear power plant CAN NOT EVER explode like a nuclear bomb. That's just f*ckING STUPID.
Having said THAT, I'd like to add that if I were to wake up in the body, god forbid, of Uwe Boll, the first thing I would do is use whatever money I have left to finance one GOOD movie before I die, rather than perish in the infamy of knowing my name would be forever associated with abysmally awful productions.