Zombie Hunter is a 2013 American direct-to-video action-thriller film directed and written by Kevin King for The Klimax and Arrowstorm Entertainment, and starring Danny Trejo, Martin Copping, and Clare Niederpruem. It follows a group of humans, led by Jesús (Trejo), defending themselves from flesh-devouring zombies. A fundraising campaign was hosted on the website Kickstarter to help fulfill the production team's desired budget. The film officially premiered at the 2013 Fantasia International Film Festival in Montreal and was released on home media on October 8, 2013. It was a critical failure, garnering mostly negative reviews.
The film opens with a news report on \"Natas\", a strange drug which has been reported to induce zombie-like effects in those who consume it. The film then fast forwards in time, to an Earth mostly inhabited by zombies. The Hunter (Martin Copping) drives along a post-apocalyptic wasteland and meets a hostile \"Death Angel\". The zombie is reduced to purplish goo after Hunter rams his vehicle at it.
Hunter proceeds to stop at a deserted filling station to fill his empty gas tank. He enters the station's convenience store to check out any available supplies but is ambushed by invading zombies. He eliminates them all after a gory battle and downs his sorrows by gulping a bottle of tequila. It is revealed that Hunter's daughter and wife have both died.
Resuming his journey, Hunter unknowingly ventures into the turf of the survivors, who have not been infected by Natas. Thinking Hunter is a zombie, an unknown assailant takes a shot at him. Hunter survives, nevertheless, and is greeted by survivor Fast Lane Debbie (Jade Regier) upon regaining consciousness.
The audience is then introduced to Father Jesús (Danny Trejo), a pastor-like zombie slayer and leader of the survivor's colony. As the survivors assemble in a small room to have a meal together, a groggy Hunter joins the crowd and gets to formally know the other survivors. Alison and Hunter start to get romantically passionate with each other.
All is well until a wave of zombies, including a monstrously large zombie, somehow makes their way into the survivors' camp. The survivors are able to fend off the normal-sized zombies, but the gigantic zombie is seemingly unstoppable to the point that even bullets do not faze it. Jesús rushes in to save them and mutilates the hulking zombie by using his axe to slice off its arm. However, Jesús is unable to defeat it wholly, and the zombie slices off his head.
All of the survivors, except Alison, Hunter, and Alison's brother Ricky (Jason K. Wixom), are killed. Mustering their courage, they confront the zombies and begin shooting them. At last, only the giant zombie is left.
Hunter, having run out of bullets, is impaled by the sharp-clawed zombie. Nonetheless, he miraculously finds the energy to detonate a grenade, wiping out the creature and destroying the rundown airport. Just as the bomb explodes, Alison and Ricky climb into a truck and drive off to safety.
John DeFore of The Hollywood Reporter described the film as \"Grade Z genre fare\", panning Copping's acting and the zombie makeup. In summarising his review, he wrote, \"The undead craze reaches the bottom of the barrel in Kevin King's Zombie Hunter, which may or may not have been intended as parody but produces none of the laughs that might support that categorization.\"
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The approximately 20 minute ride carries the hunters through scenes reminiscent of the zombie television shows, movies, and video games, following an interactive script where the riders are truly part of the action.
The Zombie Hunters is a Science Fiction-Horror Webcomic by Jenny Romanchuk, that started running in late 2006, and went on indefinite hiatus in early 2018. Set in the years after the Zombie Apocalypse, it was originally conceived as a private self-insert comic for herself and friends, after they featured in a funny dream involving zombies, Romanchuk posted some strips online, then decided to expand on the concept when they were well-received. It can be read here.
The story centers on a motley but seasoned crew of young, government-sponsored Disaster Scavengers, (the eponymous \"Zombie Hunters\") all carrier Zombie Infectees dividing their time between coping with their expendable, segregated status at home, and trying not to get bitten in the wastelands filled with multiple \"species\" of zombies. When not fighting for their lives, searching for salvage or Plundering, they're training in New Meat, among them a half-zombie who chafes as much at having to work with his juniors as he does at their treatment of him. Alongside all this, A.R.C doctors and scientists keep working to Find the Cure for The Virus, engineers keep technology running, Red Halos keep order, and ordinary civilians go about their lives.
The zombies Spawned from a virus outbreak. The heroine An amnesiac commando of the Umbrella Corporation named Alice. She's badass and, oh yeah, super sexy. Which might be why the series has about a bajillion sequels.
The zombies Everyday Londoners infected with a \"Rage\" virus. The hero Jim, a guy who wakes up in a hospital 28 days after the flesh-eating pandemonium began. Good thing he has those baby blues to protect him from the undead.
The zombies Cannibals created by a mutated strain of mad cow disease. The heroine Wichita (aka Krista), a con artist and killer big sister with gorgeous green eyes. No wonder she's able to woo Jesse Eisenberg's cautious hunter.
The zombies Human-eating (or -infecting) \"walkers,\" as they're commonly called. The heroine The katana-wielding Michonne, a mysterious woman who arrives towing two armless, jawless zombies. Pretty and deadly Lethal combo.
The zombies At least one is bitten by, what he calls, \"some crackheads.\" The hero Not your conventional zombie hunter: Shaun, an uninspired (but adorable!) salesman who forgoes his everyday problems and fights to stay alive.
The zombies \"Sickos\" infected by the biochemical agent DC2. The heroine Grindhouse's Cherry Darling, a go-go dancer whose leg is torn off and replaced with a machine gun. She certainly turns heads (and removes some too!)
The zombies Not the usual inhabitants of a Midwest mall. The hero Andre, who, during the remake of the 1978 classic, must deal with his pregnant wife becoming infected. (That's right: Zombie baby!) But he looks good doing it!
The zombies Armed with superhuman strength and the ability to crawl on ceilings (thanks to another government-created virus gone awry). The heroine Nina, who survives by torching her undead foes to see another beautiful day.
The zombies Reanimated dead folks dubbed \"walkers.\" The hero Sheriff Rick Grimes, who, with his charming Southern accent, brings a touch of class to the post-apocalyptic, infested world. And we love a man in uniform.
Which oh-so-attractive zombie hunters did we miss And which are still to come (Bradd Pitt is bound to be a shoo-in once World War Z hits theaters.) Let us know in the comments below!
It is inspired by a post-apocalyptic vision of the future as well as past human history. This story follows a group of zombie hunters as they go though life as survivors of the undead outbreak. The characters reside on an artificial island, the former site of the Argus Research Campus. The hunters, like so many others on the island, are infected- they carry a dormant strain of the undead virus, which will cause them to turn into one of several different types of undead when they die.The infected are marked and segregated from the rest of the inhabitants on the island, making a living by working offshore in the wastes, hunting zombies and collecting salvage, trading their freedom for safety. As the story unfolds you'll find out more about the characters and their sordid pasts and discover hidden secrets about them, their world, and the people that surround them.
Basilisk: Basilisk zombies are one of the most mysterious of all the classes, and are most likely the third smartest type of undead. Although they lack the ability to learn from example as berserkers do, basilisks have managed to find other ways to get close to the living. The basilisk's main attack and defense is a piercing, bioluminescent, red glare that paralyzes their victims. Researchers have yet to determine how this is possible as it seems to be from the realms of science fiction.Basilisks are known to be crafty, using mimicry to get close to their intended victims. A basilisk may lay in wait, pretending to be a corpse, or attempt to close the distance while acting like a less-dangerous crawler
Beserker: The berserker is possibly the most dangerous and rare of the seven known zombie classes. Sadistic in nature, they take malicious pleasure in causing pain.These undead do not bite their victims immediately. Instead, the berserker will brutally beat their wounded foes. This practice can last for quite some time, depending on how resilient the target is. Some speculate that berserkers might simply be playing with their food, like cats often do. Only when the victim has become completely unable to respond, even unconsciously, will the berserker begin to feed.
Crawler: The least dangerous type of undead when alone, crawlers are also known as the slowest (and dumbest) zombie class. However, they tend to group together, where their sheer numbers can be just as overwhelming as speed and adaptability.Crawlers are the most commonly found zombie in the New World, outnumbering any other class by at least twenty to one. Incredibly slow, they tend to wander around aimlessly, waiting for victims to fall into their clutches.
Howler: Their haunting cries carry across the wastelands, serving as a morbid lullaby for hardened souls brave enough to venture into the New World.One of the more recently discovered zombie classes, the howler is just as slow as a crawler. However, speed isn't important for the howler, when its intended victim is unable to run away.Howlers are basically harmless, if they are more than ten meters away. Any closer, and a howler's piercing moan can not only make a person nauseous and cause extreme vertigo, but, if the victim is close enough, may cause trauma to the eardrums and cause the victim to pass out. When their victims are incapacitated, the howler will make its attack. 59ce067264