Edges of Darkness 2009 NR

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The zombie apocalypse has come to Los Angeles, and the streets are infested with flesh-eating horror. Three humans must hunt the most demonic prey of all as the ultimate carnage is about to begin.

Starring:
Alonzo Jones, Shamika Ann Franklin
Runtime:
1 hour 27 minutes

Edges of Darkness

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Genres Horror
Director Blaine Cade, J. Horton
Starring Alonzo Jones, Shamika Ann Franklin
Supporting actors Annemarie Pazmino, Lee Perkins, Michelle Rose, Xavier Jones, Jay Costelo, Alisha Gaddis, Robert Valentino Kitchen, Wayne Baldwin, Damon Burks, Shauna Leigh Alexander, Cree Andrews, Ashton Blanchard, Jade Brookbank, John Brookbank, Blaine Cade, Michael Coulombe, Christina Desiere, Adriana Donadio
Studio Starz
MPAA rating NR (Not Rated)
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Now is just too bad and too much garbage...
Carlos Moreno
It would appear they didn't bother with a script or even a plot for this film.
R. Diamond
This is one of the worst movies I have ever seen.
Virgil

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7 of 8 people found the following review helpful By Ace on February 3, 2011
Format: DVD
As I have more important things to do like re-arranging my belly lint collection, I shall keep this one short. This opened with some decent zombie carnage then it quickly went all downhill. What we have is a convoluted mess of 3 tales that take place during the zombie apocalypse. In the final analysis the zombies play a minor role, thus leaving one to grapple with these stupid sub plots, two of which arguably don't even belong in the film. Although not the worst "Z" flick out there, it still wallows in a cesspool of mediocrity. Of interest only for the keep case art and those glorious opening scenes of zombie carnage, which were "splat" on.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Kevan on April 21, 2014
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Yet another sub-par zombie movie. These will never help my research or preparations for the impending apocalypse. Stick with Romero people. He is the only one that does it right.
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4 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Pete on July 2, 2011
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The best part about this DVD is the cover art. After reading some reviews where people talked the movie up it's B grade at its best. Looks like it was shot using a handy cam and very B grade acting. No new takes on anything.

Basically involves a few interwoven stories of groups of people hiding and trying to survive with a zombie epidemic.

A couple of scenes worth watching for the slice and dice but a big let down story wise. Personally I'd rent it - you wouldn't watch it more than once.
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6 of 8 people found the following review helpful By Explorator on October 9, 2009
Format: DVD
Zombie fans BEWARE! This is a VERY bad DRAMA - Not a zombie movie! The positive reviews HAVE to be fake (created no doubt by those involved with the creation of this dreck) because this movie is AWFUL in EVERY possible way! I love very cheap horror / B-movies and have a massive collection of them but this is just an excruciating DRAMA with non-actors sounding like they are reading directly from a very boring and pretentious script! If your idea of a good zombie movie is to hear miserable 'characters' sit around whining about how lame it is to live in a world of zombies then go for it! However if you're looking for kickass zombie mayhem you will be SEVERELY DISAPPOINTED! This wretched flick has the least amount of zombie scenes of any so-called zombie movie I can think of (and I've seen almost all of them)!!! There are 20-25 minute stretches with no zombies ANYWHERE! YOU HAVE BEEN WARNED! This is one of the most disappointing 'movies' I have EVER seen!
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14 of 20 people found the following review helpful By Karen Shaub on January 13, 2010
Format: DVD
I wasn't going to review this flick until I read the other reviews and saw the unwarranted hatred being heaped upon it. First of all I will admit that it's not for everyone; if you can't stand low budget, independent flix then you would best be advised to run the other way because this flick is the definition of low budget. If you don't want to see anything that attempts to stray from the beaten path then avoid this at all costs. If you confuse easily scratch it off your list. And lastly, if your zombie flix MUST consist of nothing but wall to wall zombie mayhem, well just forget it 'cause it ain't happening here. On the other hand if you can overlook the usual "flaws" that come with low budgets, if originality and creativity are your bag, if you don't mind occasional confusion and have no objections to a zombie movie where the zombies are more of a backdrop than the main feature, then EDGES OF DARKNESS may very well entertain you as much as it did me. It's not the best movie I've seen lately but it's a good attempt at blazing a new trail. And, NO, I had nothing to do with making the film and I don't know anyone connected with it either. I just appreciate different approaches to tired genres, and the zombie holocaust is fast becoming a cliche.

Recommended to those who like low budget goodness. Rating--3.50
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By joe on August 6, 2012
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I am a huge zombie fan, and will buy about anything with zombies in them. If this movie was 25% as interesting as the jacket cover it would have been a great movie. Sorry, I can't recommend this one to anyone who likes zombies. I wouldnt put it up for a Tuesday night with pizza and beer viewing. Save your money of this one.
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3 of 4 people found the following review helpful By M. Bell on April 25, 2010
Format: DVD
I read the reviews so I expected garbage and that's what I got. Hollywood Video was closing and I got it cheap, but even a couple dollars is too much. Don't let the cover art fool you-REALLY! The movie really is as crappy as everyone else says. No plot point was resolved satisfactorily. Why they tried to bring vampires into this, well, in capable hands that might have actually been interesting to mix the genres... but NOT here. We've got zombies, vampires, and the antichrist (who's a young black boy) in this movie, everything except entertainment. In some low budget films there might even be some redeeming nudity, but again, NOT here. I don't mind low budget, but this was just awful.
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6 of 9 people found the following review helpful By B. Vargas on October 28, 2009
Format: DVD
Not entirely the best zombie movie I've yet to see, however is unmistakably worth watching if you're interested in the independent film world. I'm pretty open to watching horror indie film (especially if it includes zombies) and thought this one was pretty interesting. Don't get me wrong it's not night of the living dead, but the bloodshed and carnage speak for itself as zombies rip apart pieces of bodies limb from limb and makes you want to see more flesh-eating scenes. The thing is, this movie isn't entirely a zombie movie, it also includes vampires and other strange concepts that I thought were pretty cool. The movie could use more slaughter scenes (I like the bowling ball scene in particular). Some concepts of this movie left you hanging and a little confused but you got the basics of it but I think it is meant to lead to a sequel... maybe? I'm unsure. If there is a sequel, I hope they include more gore and even more strange concepts but overall this movie is worth watching especially for a Halloween zombie movie night.
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