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Zombie Warz: Falls The Shadow

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First-time director Steven Berryessa demonstrates veteran-level filmmaking skills with this insightful debut. Balancing dramatic character conflicts against the backdrop of a zombie thriller, the result is an intelligently crafted story that delivers on all fronts.

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First-time director Steven Berryessa demonstrates veteran-level filmmaking skills with this insightful debut. Balancing dramatic character conflicts against the backdrop of a zombie thriller, the result is an intelligently crafted story that delivers on all fronts.

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  • Actors: Wendy Keeling, Jesse James Locorriere, Annie Thurman, Olivia Bishop
  • Directors: Steven Berryessa
  • Format: NTSC
  • Language: English
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Studio: Hannover House
  • DVD Release Date: March 5, 2013
  • Run Time: 93 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 3.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (21 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B00AN10NJE
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #125,567 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)

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Zombie Warz "Falls the Shadow"
Zombie Warz ??? Really? Shouldn't there be lots of zombies in a zombie war movie?

The "Z" in the title is a cheap attempt to associate this movie to the recent, more successful, World War Z .

There were very few "zombies" in the whole movie. Mostly evil nazi's. Lots of so-so actors.

The only "war" is between the radical nazi group, led by a whacko preacher (that hates anyone who is not white), and pretty much everyone else (including the occasional zombie that wanders by)

The few zombies in this movie were more intelligent and calculating than most of the non-zombies....lol The zombies think, run really fast and can sniff out humans.

If you are looking for a zombie killing action flick (like the title tries to imply)....this is certainly NOT it.

I think there were far more "black hating nazis" killed in one Rambo style battle, than there were zombies in this whole "war" movie.

I kept hoping it would get better. It didn't.
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Three years after "the war" America is destroyed and there are zombies running around. These are not traditional head shot zombies, but are simply cannibalistic infected people. A group of xenophobic "red necks" lead by Josiah (Phil Perry) want to cleanse America and start breeding their own kind. They kidnap Cora (Annie Thurman) for the cause. Her father Mike (David Eby) and grandfather Frank (Ron Berryessa) seek the group out so they can rescue her. There is also a nice guy walking around named Noah (Luke Hatmaker) who adds a gf (Olivia Bishop) and there is a kid who has been bit that should figure into the main plot, but doesn't.

This film was originally released in 2011 under the title "Falls the Shadow." With the release of World War Z, they apparently added the "Zombie Warz" as a way to capitalize on the success of the blockbuster.

The film didn't have a lot of zombies and lacked special effects. It was shot on a budget. Writer/director Steven Berryessa apparently couldn't afford actors so he employed his family. Ron Berryessa, who had a speaking role, was noticeably bad, but was clearly out shined by the ridiculous purse lipped David Eby. His bad acting approached MST comical.

Not worth the trip to Redbox.

Parental Guide: F-bomb, N-word. Nudity (Olivia Bishop)
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I rarely write reviews here on Amazon, but after watching this movie I am compelled to. Anyone who rates this movie 4 or 5 stars must have worked for the production, or must parent one who worked for this production. Moms stop fooling your kids, they're not wonderful at everything they do.

Now I love independent zombie movies. I enjoyed Juan of the Dead, Deadheads, The Dead, A Little Bit Dead, and Exit Humanity.

Zombie Wars: Falls the Shadow (a title that is never explained), is a film about several groups in the zombie apocalypse: a mother and son looking to survive, a man and his father and law looking for revenge against a confederate/nazi group, a cowboy and a woman he met moving west. None of this is original, and that's fine.

The problem is no one could ACT. I mean no one. The problem is the SCRIPT was terrible, even absent in some areas. You see characters just sitting around not saying anything for minutes at a time! Have you ever met anyone who tacked on your name at the end of every sentence? Kind of annoying, weird, and unnatural, right? Well, the woman with the cowboy guy, tacked "cowboy" at the end of every sentence.

If anyone is writing a review telling you they were taken away by the story or the actors they are LYING. They had fun watching their friends make a movie with a handheld camera.
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Based upon the reviews I was expecting at least a decent zombie flick. I think I counted 3 zombies in the entire movie. The rest of the movie was about rednecks being mean to other rednecks. It was like The Hills Have Eyes meets Gone with the wind. I just didn't get it.
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This movie is portrayed as a zombie movie by its cover, well it's not one!
This movie is horrible... Its about crazed cannibals and an economic apocalypse.
Its not worth watching or buying.
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By Jamie B. on August 19, 2013
The aesthetic and narrative standards for zombie films are historically, to say the least, notoriously low. In fact, the genre thrives on zombie films which seem to _deliberately_ aim low, which seem to please viewers all the more. Further, to say that one is 'disappointed' with a zombie film would raise serious questions about the speaker's understanding of the parameters of the genre: how can one be 'disappointed' with a genre which has no aesthetic standards, and whose primary actors simply slump around covered with red paint, panting and growling? Yet, fantastic as it may seem, this film manages to disappoint. In the history of zombie films, 'Zombie Warz' is the Waterloo, the Battle of Wounded Knee, the Gettysburg: it is the historical point where the genre dips onto the zone of complete cultural irrelevance, and becomes offensive, not to good taste, but to bad. The makers of this film owe a wholehearted apology to Western culture. To say anything more about the film would inappropriately dignify it with the appearance of relevance. Please, for the love of God, do not purchase this film, do not watch this film, do not ever repeat in public that this film exists, and perhaps Western civilization may stumble along, panting and moaning, for a few more years.
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