The Zombie King

Synopsis

Samuel Peters, once an ordinary man, turns to voodoo in a desperate bid to bring his wife back from the grave. His dabbling soon summons Kalfu, the God of malevolence, with whom he pacts to destroy the underworld and bring chaos unto Earth. In return, he will become "The Zombie King" and walk the earth for eternity with his deceased love. As an ever-growing horde of zombies begins to completely wipe out a countryside town, the government sets up a perimeter and institutes a ruthless shoot-on-sight policy. Trapped within the town, the locals and an unlikely bunch of misfits must fight for their lives and unite in order to survive. Will our heroes unravel the clues in time or will The Zombie King and his horde of zombies rise on the Night of the Dark Moon?

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Starring

Edward Furlong (American History X, Terminator 2), Corey Feldman (The Lost Boys, Stand By Me)

Directed by

Aidan Belizaire

Written by

Rebecca-Clare Evans, Jennifer Chippindale, Lisa Cachia

Country Of Origin

USA

Language

English

Zombie Hampster

“The Zombie King is a frightfully good indie feature which mixes humour and storytelling to great effect.”

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