in 1968 down in Pensylvania at the
Ravenstone Military Installation,
something has gone horribly wrong. A
replicating virus has been discovered
that causes the dead to rise and feed
upon the flesh of the living. As the
carnage escalates, a top secret attack is
ordered. The army thought they had the
outbreak contained. They were wrong.
it's thirty seven years later as
everything has been changed to a
One of the employees named Jackie (John
Freedom Henry) finds a canister and
wonders what's inside of it but no one
dares to find out. Later on, Jackie goes
to the mens room to open it up and the
virus is unleashed and the contagion is
spreading from one person to another.
One of the patients named Ava Flores
(Samantha Clarke) is badly effected by
the virus and bites a nasty employee
named Marshall (Joe C. Marino) on the arm
and is suffering badly from it.
Later on Marshall is badly deformed and
goes on a killing spree by eating and
killing many of the people there.
others that were affected by this virus
discovers that they can't be killed and
are already dead but tries to rescue some
of the other surivors at the ward.
However, they themselves are hungry for
human flesh so things are very tricky for
In the beginning of the film
is extremely rushed with the army personnell's
coming in and shooting zombies. There are
some good shots with the
zombies by a gate trying to get in.
We have a very lacking discussion with the main characters talking to one another
outside before entering the hospital
which looked like it was just written
that day and they were unprepared.
Both Isaac and Ava Flores tries to have an emotional
discussion together but it looks a little
too planned out.
Both supporting characters Vicky and Patty do
well with their fighting and really know
how to get into it with their
There's scene's with Marxhall once
turned into a mutilated zombie by
attacking others and storming down the
hallway looked extremely corny in a Toxic
Avenger type fashion as it was
meant to look scary but it's not.
A nice shot on Patty slowly
rising up from the ground now a zombie as
it looked natural.
The outdoor scene's with the zombie's
attacking the neighborhood looked very
Bottom line is that this is a ridiculous zombie
flick that absolutely has no relationship
to the George A. Romero flicks so I
wonder why they tried to name this one a
Very badly done made on a Z grade budget
with corny performances too. It almost
makes you think of a serious Troma Team
type of a flick. They try so hard to make this one
original but they miss by a longshot and
the story is very confusing when it tries
to say what happens each day.
The acting is
quite bad for the most part with the cast
but we have some acceptional one's like
supporting actor Joe C. Marino (Marshall) as a
sleazy and nasty employee at the
institution but however he loses it big
time once turned into a mutilated zombie. He really
knew how to act intimidatingly sleazy
towards his fellow actress as well as
(Ava Flores) also seems to do well as a patient at the
institution by acting tense and
disturbed and does well by putting her
energy by biting someone.
Andreas van Ray (Dr. Heller) as the head doctor
was quite intimidating too.
Kevin Wetmore Jr. (Jerry) does well by telling a story of what
happened in the hospital decades ago.
Oooh yeah lots of gore.
Body pieces torn off and eaten
Plenty of blood too.
good dark sounds on the synthesizer with
breezy type musci and other stuff
composed by Chris Anderson which
is the only good thing about this movie.