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  • Actors: Rebecca Torrellas, Joe Grisaffi, Mike Gebbie, Lisa Whiteman
  • Directors: Todd Jason Falcon Cook
  • Format: Multiple Formats, Color, 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: Screamtime Films
  • DVD Release Date: June 26, 2012
  • Run Time: 102 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 3.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (10 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B0070EUHNY
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #382,462 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)

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A dark and wicked new slasher and zombie film hybrid in which citizens are suddenly and inexplicably bleeding out and becoming zombies while a masked madman is slashing up victims in the area. As the body count begins to rise from zombie attacks and murders, a young girl and her friends try to uncover the secret that only the killer seems to know.

Review

Wearing a title that s indicative of what your about to watch, is not always a sure bet. With the title Zombiefied , I might be expecting another one of those living dead comedy knock-offs. Though I m sure viewers will acknowledge the concept of this to be off the cuff or off the beaten path for that matter. Take the traditional aspects of a slasher and combine them with a zombie film. Better yet, give the slasher the ability to control and manipulate the zombies to do his bidding. Add in some rock and rock foundation and you got this new feature from the creators at ScreamTime Films. Zombiefied refers to the transformation that the town residents begin to encounter when they are exposed to an old rock song from 13 years ago. The band was called Living Corpse and somehow created a track that upon listening turns the listeners into instant zombies. Now I suppose you might say it has that Ring concept to it. But in any case, when a local rock act by the name of Kill Order decides to throw a concert, the sound man happens to throw in a track (on cassette tape) that says Do not play . Of course...it gets played and while one of the acts is performing turns the whole mass into blood spitting eyes-rolled-back zombies......hence the term zombiefied . Now the concept alone reminds me of the 80 s but I tend to favor these original concepts over the generic rehashing. Zombiefied is low budget project, so viewers should at least know that much going in. It doesn t have the pizzazz say a Resident Evil film might, however you have to give a few props to the efforts here and their attention to classic framing techniques. Director writer Todd Jason Falcon Cook has obviously sunk his heart into this movie which features a fully appropriate score fueling much of the on-screen action. Zombies? yep there are alot in this one, tearing, ripping, eating and attacking Romero would be proud!. What is important to point out in this film is that the zombies are results of an audio infection, so to speak. So they can be returned to normal if the players involved can get to them in time. Meanwhile our slasher taunts his victims with the odd placement of mannequins and a steady body count. In the style of Halloween, the killer also takes a position much like Myers who appears to be invincible and quite strong. We find out later that Tommy and Angel have been keeping this mess a secret for quite some time (and its effects). Though for some reason the 2 of them have had a hard time getting rid of the tape. I d call it more of a possessed infatuation than anything, but in short...the tape has struck again. I would imagine there was a prior historical event that proceeded this one, that caused quite a bit of chaos. Alana and her band seem to be among the few who haven t heard the tape and can still do a thing or 2 about it. The production was shot in Houston Texas with a pretty impressive amount of extras to make the zombie attacks believable. Nothing too over the top here, more like a Romero on makeup than say a Fulci direction. Even with the equipment available on this one, the zombies were shot still in interesting ways to heighten the scenes. Perhaps it s the little details that make things work on a bigger level, but I did notice attention in this case. In short, Zombiefied (2012) is a great ode to the classic zombie films with a new twist to boot. If you ever wanted to see a mash-up of Carpenter and Romero influences, this is the one to see. --HorrorNews.NET

How many times has one heard, Never judge a book or DVD by its cover ? Well, the same can be said with reviewers. I was sent a screener for this film and told it was awful . At first, I thought, then why send it and then I pressed play. I am glad they sent it. I liked Zombiefied ! THANKS! I am not knocking the sender, it just goes to prove that reviewers all see and like different aspects of a film, for the sender it was a bomb for ME it was a fun Indie low-budget Gorefest! Friends Angel and Tommy have been harboring a secret about an incident from their past. Thirteen years ago, it involved the use of subliminal tampered music to turn normal humans into blood thirsting fiends. Tommy had the cure (tape with the song played backwards) to the outbreak and at present contemplates destroying it and then their past comes back to haunt them and creates quite a buzz at a local nightclub. After a performance, someone slips a CD of music and the beat does something to the audience...eyes rolled back, convulsions and then faces with blank stares and an uncontrollable craving for flesh. Chaos and gut munching ensue as the Zombiefied turn on anything that is breathing. Some band members who had just vacated the stage escaped and are running for their lives. Alana (Rebecca Torrellas) seems to just run and run and RUN the woman got plenty of exercise dodging the Zombies. Alana and her remaining band mates take it upon themselves, to find out who and why someone is out making zombies. Another element that screams cool to me, these zombies aren t DEAD! Talk about thinking outside the box, way to go Todd! Based on personal experience, I know how hard, it is to sell a zombie story nowadays, because it s all been done before. So again, I say way to go Todd for selling me on LIVE Zombies! It s not an infection that affects people, it is a subliminal tinkering in the music that turns them and makes non-zombies blood donors. The zombie film becomes a SLASHER crossover? According to Pro-Skater/Actor/Writer/Director Todd Jason Falcon Cook that is exactly, what he wanted to do. He combined a zombie flick with a slasher and the using of a serial killer, adds a certain level of dark humor to what has been called a brand new intense style dark horror film . The use of the word intense is pushing it for me. I found the movie to be brutal yes, but intense no. My reaction is probably not what Cook intended, in that I laughed more than I bit my nails. It had moments of lagging and those were early on, but what kept me glued...the gore and death scenes. Seeing someone go for a stomach and keep going until they hit entrails is always gruesome and these zombies were shoveling the intestines and organs into their mouths in a feeding frenzy, freaking cool! For those that like a little nudity with their bloodbaths...it s in there. Violence a given, language like a bunch of freaking sailors, GORILICIOUS FX tons of it, acting fair to good, brutal...YES! Dialogue was good and snappy especially in one of my favorite scenes involving a Zombie Hooker and Drunk Driver. Zombiefied has all the makings to keep Zombie fans happy. I am giving it 3 out of 5. Based on gore FX, story and the MUSIC! The third best part of this film (for me) gore and story aside is the soundtrack! I had never heard of these bands, but once I heard their music, I had to have the soundtrack. --Horrorphilia.com

What do you get when you mix one part slasher movie with one part zombie movie? Zombiefied from director Todd Jason Falcon Cook. I will admit I am a huge fan of both slashers and zombie films, but can the two co-exist? Zombiefied starts out at a metal concert, where lead singer Alana has just finished up a set with her band Kill Order. While outside loading up their equipment, someone kills the sound man and plays a cassette tape clearly marked Do Not Play . Within seconds everyone inside the club is turned into a zombie, leaving Alana and her band mates to fight for their lives. Meanwhile, our stalker is out on the town wearing a mask. He likes to have a little fun with his victims, setting up mannequins in creepy positions before finally offing his victims. As the movie progresses, Alana gets a hold of some friends of hers, Angel and Tommy. It turns out Angel and Tommy had survived a similar incident 13 years ago when a band called Living Corpse wrote the zombie infecting song. Thankfully, they know how to cure the zombies, play the song backwards. Eventually, the paths of the zombies cross that with the killer (who turns out can control the zombies!) and all hell breaks loose for our remaining survivors! If any of that sounded interesting to you (which should be most anyone that would visit the Bloodsprayer), I m proud to say that Zombiefied is a whole hell of a lot of fun! This is a pretty ambitious idea for a small budget to try and tackle, but Todd Jason Falcon Cook does an excellent job. The on screen carnage is fast and furious, and it doesn t let up until the final credits roll. I want to highlight the slasher aspect of the film because some of the set pieces with the mannequins were quite affective. A nice throwback to the 80 s slasher movies was the seemingly invincible killer who is completely mute. Reminiscent of the Michael Myers and Jason Voorhees of my youth I ve always preferred the silent assassin. The kills are also quite brutal and should appeal to any gore hounds out there. The ending was fantastic and fit the bill for classic slasher movie endings as well. Zombiefied chose to go with the new school running zombies. Typically I d be against this, but considering they re infected and not actually dead it works quite well. Unlike some lower budgeted zombie flicks, a fair amount of extras were used to pump up the zombie numbers making them a much more menacing threat. Zombie make up was used at a minimum, but considering the zombies turned due to a cassette tape, they really shouldn t show much decay. Technically speaking Zombiefied is what it is, a low budget horror movie. It s not gonna have the polish of a major studio film, and that s some of what gives it it s charm. Like I mentioned above the effects were plentiful and stood out as a huge positive. The blood and guts are in full effect, as well as some nice fire work towards the end that you usually don t see on lower budgeted movies. Well worth hunting down, Zombiefied is a great way to spend an evening! Zombiefied comes highly recommended, and as always support independent horror! --Bloodsprayer.com

Customer Reviews

At some points the film gets a little confusing as to what is going on.
handmouth
People become fast moving flesh eating zombies after listening to a particular death metal song.
The Movie Guy
I felt it was quite the unique film, mixing a zombie film with a slasher and it worked!
Kristy L

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By The Movie Guy on September 30, 2012
Format: DVD
This is a low budget zombie/slasher film, shot at night...most likely in one night. The film opens up with promise as Mike shares a few lines of coke with his bodacious lady friend AFTER they had sex. People become fast moving flesh eating zombies after listening to a particular death metal song. The leader of the zombies is a slasher in a Nixon mask apparently borrowed from another film ("Horror House on Highway Five", "The Tripper"). He has more lives than Jason.

After a concert...you know the rest. There should have been a prequel to this film showing the slasher, years earlier. We really didn't care who was behind the mask because there was no character introduction. Besides there was only one guy big enough in the film to have been him anyway. The film needed to take time to develop character and a plot. The scenes grew boring as they tended to be long drawn out images of people on a computer, or people riding in a car, or simply a chase scene by people with limited zombie make-up.

There was a guy in a Mr. Bungle t-shirt, as this film seemed to have been made for band promotion. There are some attempts at crude humor such as when the cop says he likes his women like his scotch: "17 years old and mixed with coke." Seriously, who mixes 17 year old scotch with coke? Not in my house.

The film was written, directed, acted (Tony), produced, edited, special effects, camera operator, theme music composed by Todd Jason Cook.

PARENTAL GUIDE: Blood, guts, f-bomb, nudity (thanks Alexia Roy) no sex.
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By Ann on November 21, 2012
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Make sure that it is in stock or that you are willing to wait for it to be shipped. It held up my order for over ten days. It is hard to find. I gave it as a gift and they were pleased. This is NOT my kind of movie.
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0 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Da Vinci on February 10, 2014
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I can only assume that the people who gave this five stars actually saw a different movie. I'm struggling with giving it one star. At least if it were a book, you could burn it and toast a couple of marshmallows over it. I pretty sure that it will either end up as a drink coaster, or a shotgun target.
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0 of 1 people found the following review helpful By David M. on November 21, 2013
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You can feel through the film how fun this movie was to make. You can tell everyone was having a blast. And you have a blast watching it. It's a bloody, original good time. And the DVD itself is full of an array of hidden easter eggs, making it a beyond satsifying purchase.
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0 of 1 people found the following review helpful By miss sunshine on June 21, 2013
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was an o.k movie. love zombie movies can and will watch them 24 hours a day, thanks so much for this movie.
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