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Dusty (Eve Mauro) is on a desperate mission to rescue her brother, a conspiracy theorist who is convinced Osama Bin Laden is still alive. In Afghanistan, she falls in with a team of Special Forces soldiers on a secret assignment. When the group crashes headlong into a zombie apocalypse, Dusty and the troops realize they must find and destroy the root of this evil before it s too late.

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  • Actors: Corey Sevier, Eve Mauro, Jasen Wade, Danielle Chuchran, William Rubio
  • Directors: John Lyde
  • Format: Multiple Formats, Blu-ray, DTS Surround Sound, NTSC, Subtitled, Widescreen
  • Language: English
  • Region: Region A/1 (Read more about DVD/Blu-ray formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.77:1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Rated: Unrated
  • Studio: Entertainment One
  • DVD Release Date: December 11, 2012
  • Run Time: 94 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 3.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (31 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B009DA7290
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #94,406 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)

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12 of 13 people found the following review helpful By THE MOVIE GUY on May 19, 2012
Format: DVD
If you read the manufacturer's description of the movie, you know it is going to be bad. The question is the degree of bad, and does it make for a decent zombie film? Derek Miller (Jasen Wade) is a conspiracy buff who goes to Afghanistan to kill Osama bin Laden because he believes he is still alive. His sister Dusty (Eve Mauro) takes off after him. In all of Afghanistan they manage to both meet up with the same special forces unit killing zombies. One of which is a cute blond named "Tomboy" (Danielle Chuchran) who shoots zombies and lops their heads off with her sword while wearing a ponytail. They are the front line against a world zombie infestation. There is a scene which describes the zombie creation, i.e. "acute biological mutations".

That is pretty much the entire film, hunting and killing zombies. Some of the zombies are fast moving, while others are leg "drag-ers". There is no consistency. While they are supposed to require head shots, some fall down from a sword to the chest. The special effects are CG: helicopters, gun fire, blood splatter, and even the camp fire. The zombie make-up was decent. The plot could have used a little more variation. The dialogue was solid "B" grade which included a series of bad, somewhat politically incorrect old jokes. I used the punch line from one of the jokes as my title. The Afghans speak in Arabic and the film uses subtitles in case you forgot what "Allahu akbar" means.

No sex, nudity or F-bombs that I recall, just some good old fashion blood splatter. Don't spend too much.
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Have you heard about the new movie that showcases the greatest manhunt in history? That reveals the truth behind the search for Bin Laden? No, I'm not talking about the award winning "Zero Dark Thirty" (sure to be a major Oscar contender). I'm talking about the equally important and profound "Osombie." Sometimes you hear about a movie that is so ludicrous that it becomes virtually irresistible to lovers of bad movie magic. Therefore, I had exceedingly high hopes for "Osombie." Come on, it's a movie about Osama Bin Laden and a zombie horde! Sure to be filled with camp humor and epic bad taste, this seemed like a can't miss proposition. Unfortunately, though, the movie never really embraces the lunatic possibilities that would have made this unforgettable. There are moments of silliness, to be sure, but the movie plays it surprisingly straight for the most part. And by not taking things to a greater extreme, "Osombie" just doesn't feel special or distinguish itself from the pack of B-movie zombie flicks that have already saturated the horror market.

The movie starts out with promise (and again, realize I am utilizing these terms on the bad movie scale) as a platoon infiltrates Bin Laden's lair only to have the undead unleashed upon them. After a frisky beginning, however, promising much laughter, the movie settles into its main story line. Unfortunately, this is where the film strays from its mark. The bulk of the film follows a Special Forces unit on a secret mission. They cross path with a young women who is searching for her brother, a patriot who is convinced Bin Laden is still alive and is on a personal quest to correct this injustice. Of course, the fact that these individuals are running amok in the desert and collide with each other is preposterous.
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10 of 12 people found the following review helpful By Ryan of Indiana on September 21, 2012
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It's a zombie movie, go in with low expectations and be pleasantly surprised. The blonde chick can really kick some ass. The brunette isn't half bad either.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Chief Mac on April 10, 2014
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I'm a zombie movie fan, as in fanatic. There are no bad zombie movies, just some better than others. Osombie is a true zombie movie, Osama is dead and comes back. His followers rally once again behind the Imam of Death who is now the Dead Imam of Death. A team of zombie killers go out for sundry reasons and wind up losing team members, picking up stragglers and in the end doing what Americans always do, save the day.

Some may find the acting a little amateurish, and the gunshot effects are over the top (one shouldn't shoot zombies with a large caliber sniper's rifle akin to the Barrett .50 cal).

Suspend disbelief and enjoy the show. Sorry guys, the T & A is more a matter of imagination than a feature of the film.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By M. Price on January 22, 2014
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This movie sounds cheesy to the max, but it was surprisingly entertaining. The characters are likable, the setting seems realistic, and the goofy premise seems plausible for a horror movie. Corey Sevier seems to take his shirt off way more than necessary, and there are some stupid characters to contend with, but it was a fun way to pass 90 minutes. I can't say that it was genuinely scary, but it does have some tense moments in caves.
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3 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Wayne Andrews on March 5, 2013
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While the title and subject matter was a little unique and made me almost not buy the movie.

However, I am glad I did. For a Zombie movie it was very entertaining. It was not your classic zombie movie,

but I liked the change of pace and the acting was good.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Robert D Reynolds on March 3, 2014
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What if Osama And His Followers Were all Zombies? You Do A Night Of The Living Dead On Them Humour and Sarcasm Are A vital part Of This Small Film I AM Glad I Bought It
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Format: Blu-ray
What if Osama bin Laden wasn't dead? He has turned into a zombie and is still "living" out there. "Osombie" is based on this weird premise, but about 80 percent of the film's story is not really about OBL. "Osombie" is mostly a routine zombie action movie that is only passable and nothing special.

A ragtag team of soldiers is sent to Afghanistan, where people are turned into zombies. During the mission they combat a horde of undeads, rescue a woman Dusty (Eve Mauro) looking for her missing brother, before encountering Al-Qaeda leader.

Acting is fine and zombie effects are decent, but "Osombie" suffers from the pedestrian storytelling and cardboard characterizations. The bleak location (in the Utah desert) is effectively used, but explosions and gore effects using CG are disappointing, and action sequences are repetitious.

If you are looking for some campy fun, like outrageous situations and over-the-top characters, you will be disappointed. Also, as a zombie action movie, "Ozombie" lacks style. The film is all about one idea that is not fully explored.
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