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Zombie Dawn (2012)

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2006. A mysterious mining accident in a remote territory unleashes an unspeakable horror that creates a zombie horde with an appetite for human flesh. It decimates large portions of the country. The only course of action is to rapidly enclose the infected areas and seal them off from the rest of the remaining, living population. NOW. 15 years later the tattered remains of the government and the mining corporation responsible where the initial event took place commit themselves to finding out what may have happened at the mining complex. The solution is to send in a group of mercenaries and scientists into the quarantined zone to find answers. Crossing over is just the beginning…


Movie Details

Domestic Releases: April 20th, 2012 (Limited) by Eagle One Media/iFN
MPAA Rating: R for bloody horror violence, a rape, brief nudity and pervasive language.
(Rating bulletin 2218, 4/11/2012)
Running Time: 83 minutes
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Keywords: Zombies, Mercenaries, Corporate Malfeasance, Disaster
Source:Original Screenplay
Production Method:Live Action
Creative Type:Fantasy
Production Countries: Chile


Sebastian Accorsi   
Guillermo Alfaro   
Felipe Lobos   
Jorge Magni   

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Production and Technical Credits

Alejandro Urrutio    Composer
Cristian Toledo    Art Director
Lucio A. Rojas    Art Director
Cristian Toledo    Editor
Cristian Toledo    Visual Effects
Cristian Toledo    Story Creator
Lucio A. Rojas    Story Creator
Cristian Toledo    Screenwriter
Lucio A. Rojas    Screenwriter

Limited Releases Won't Be Left in the Cold

April 20th, 2012

There are only a few limited releases on this week's list, and only one of them is earning overwhelmingly positive reviews. Marley's reviews are fantastic, but it is opening in 45 theaters, which is a lot for a limited release. It could prove to be too many. To the Arctic 3D is also opening in dozens of theaters, but its reviews are barely above the overall positive level. More...

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