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Ozone (10th Anniversary Special Edition) (1995)

Leo Anastasio , Michael Beatty , J.R. Bookwalter  |  Unrated |  DVD
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  • Actors: Leo Anastasio, Michael Beatty, James Black (II), J.R. Bookwalter, Mark S. Bosko
  • Directors: J.R. Bookwalter
  • Format: Multiple Formats, Color, Special Edition, NTSC
  • Language: English
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.33:1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Rated: Unrated
  • Studio: Tempe DVD
  • DVD Release Date: January 6, 2004
  • Run Time: 83 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 3.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (10 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B0000UX5SE
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #339,496 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)
  • Learn more about "Ozone (10th Anniversary Special Edition)" on IMDb

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- Digitally remastered picture from original elements (1.33:1 aspect ratio)
- Dolby Digital 5.1 surround remix
- Commentary with producer/director J.R. Bookwalter and star James Black
- "Paying for Your Past Sins: The Making of OZONE" featurette (30 mins.)
- "Into The Black: James Black and OZONE" segment (8 mins.)
- Behind-the-scenes footage (7 mins.)
- Location tour with actor James L. Edwards (5 mins.)
- Early test footage shot by screenwriter David A. Wagner (13 mins.)
- OZONE: DROGA MORTAL - Scenes from the Spanish-language version (12 mins.)
- Isolated music score audio track
- 1992 B’s Nest Video Magazine intro (6 mins.)
- Three galleries: Production stills, Conceptual art & box covers, Articles & reviews
- Trailers from U.S. 1993, 2003, "Street Zombies" re-release and 1995 Japan
- Tempe DVD trailers and coming attractions
- Full-color insert with introduction by producer/director J.R. Bookwalter
- BONUS reversible sleeve with alternate artwork plus a hidden Easter egg!

Product Description

There’s a new drug on the streets! While on a stakeout to nail a dealer’s top aide, hardboiled cop Eddie Boone loses his partner and gets injected with a dangerous new designer drug with nightmarish side effects. While searching for his partner, he begins to see the world a little differently — the urban streets are now full of mutants, monsters and mayhem! The trail leads to a den of evil where Eddie is introduced to The Drug Lord, the mastermind behind the lethal narcotic, and ends with an explosive finale that will have you glued to your seat in nervous anticipation of the next second of terror! This stuff will blow your mind… (aka "Street Zombies")

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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
2.0 out of 5 stars Zombies and drug lords and cheese, oh my! May 11, 2007
Ozone (J. R. Bookwalter, 1993)

Recently, I've seen a good number of amateur horror flicks. The majority of them are worthless. The one thing I can say in Ozone's favor is that everyone involved was very enthusiastic about the project; sometimes that's enough to distinguish it from the pack.

Bookwalter (The Dead Next Door), who got his start as an extra in George Romero's Day of the Dead, keeps the zombies coming. In this case, they're being created by a drug called ozone (thus the movie's title). Eddie Boone (James Black of The P.J.s), a rogue detective, gets jabbed with a syringe of Ozone during a drug bust. The transformation begins, but not before Boone-- now suspended because his partner got killed in the bust-- begins an investigation into the drug's distribution, leading him to the bestial druglord Bebartolo (Bookwalter regular James L. Edwards, who recently popped up in Speed Freak Productions' The Red Skulls). The fight is on!

Now, don't get me wrong-- this is a dumb movie. The acting is flatline (when it's good), the sets are cheap, the direction is inconsistent, the lighting is awful, the soundtrack worse. The editing's pretty good. (Momma always taught me to say something nice or not say anything at all. She didn't tell me I couldn't preface nice with bad.) But, man, Bookwalter-- who also co-wrote the script-- had some great ideas here. And one gets the idea that rather than let budget constraints force the cutting of some of the movie's more memorable scenes, he stretched as thin as he could to make sure that, say, the audience got to see the arena scene. That takes guts. As a result, we get to see a surprisingly layered and complex zombie movie, albeit a badly-delivered one.
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4.0 out of 5 stars Nice visual flourishes and offbeat camera angles... October 12, 1999
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A pleasingly relaxed and charismatic lead performance by James Black, who skillfully carries the film...the grisly special effects are inventive and well-executed. [J.R.] Bookwalter livens things up with some nice visual flourishes and offbeat camera angles...with more cash to play around with, he could be a man to watch!
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I am a great fan of early J. R. Bookwalter films. Movies like "Chickboxer" and "Galaxy of the Dinosaurs" illustrate what cinematic cheese is really all about. "Ozone" is a much more mature film, with a somewhat grander scope (and budget) than his earlier movies, and although it has better production values, I find it less fulfilling. The film is a relatively standard dark drug film, filled with evil and gross characters and special effects, which range from relatively laughable to fairly disturbing. James Black and Tom Hoover are in good form as actors here, although James L. Edwards is perhaps not quite in the same league as "The Drug Lord."

Generally, the film is a modestly effective horror flick, a genre that is not one of my favorites, admittedly. It isn't as scary as some big-budget horror movies, and it certainly isn't as fun as the earlier Bookwalter fare, so it left me a bit unsatisfied. I suspect that horror and gore fans will find "Ozone" satisfactory, and people who are fans of the film will love the packaging which features loads of extras including commentary and "making of" shorts.
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1.0 out of 5 stars An hour and a half of my life I will never get back June 29, 2011
I saw this movie under the title "Street Zombies" in the previews of another Z-grade horror film. The preview included a man shooting up drugs, and his head subsequently exploding. I thought this movie would be so bad it would be funny.

I have never been so wrong in my entire life. I sat through each minute of this movie, both hoping it would get better and counting down until the end. I literally had to look at the back of the DVD box multiple times to see how close I was to the movie being over. Unfortunately, each minute that passed was a minute wasted and a horrible minute of filmmaking. And it kept on getting worse. Towards the end the "protagonist" fathers a goblin-like child that starts speaking as soon as it exits his wife's body, and he turns into a mass of amorphous goo for no apparent reason.

I think playing "E.T." on the Atari would be more interesting than this, because you know once you get to the pit it is over permanently, unlike this movie.

I feel like an hour and a half of my life was wasted. I could have spent my time doing better things, like reading a book, playing with a dog, or smelling my own flatulence. I think the latter would be far more intellectually stimulating and interesting than this movie.
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1.0 out of 5 stars A review from Zombiefans! January 4, 2008
By Zombob
You will need drugs to get through this movie!

1) ACTING: While there are no thespians of high quality here, the acting isn't all THAT bad. It's not THAT good, either, but, you know what I mean. it's pretty much hit or miss in this film. Some actors could do great in one scene and then the next scene was horrible! Which relates to the actual script itself, but I digress...

2) PRODUCTION: The lighting is bad. And what was with all the RED lighting?! The soundtrack was bad, the filming was bad...the only good thing about this one was the special effects. While now outdated, (this movie is from 1993), I have to admit the special effects department must've had a field day! It was almost as if each effect had to top the last one! Blood, gore and goo abounds!!

3) THE ZOMBIES: The zombies varied from one end of the extreme to the next. Some were the good ol' favorites we've come to love, and some seemed to be regular folk with a little bit of zombie makeup on their faces!

4)THE CAUSE: Man made street drug called Ozone.

5) NUDITY: None, not even during the childbirth scene!

Aside from the special effects, the only other good thing about this movie was the DVD cover. Which, in itself, is probably a BAD thing, since it lures you in by making it seem like it's a pretty good movie, with its plot description and pics. I think if you watched this one with a group of friends, it would be more enjoyable than if you watched it by yourself.

RATING: 1.5 out of 5
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