A man who claims he didn't commit all the crimes he is accused of, is hung. But before that happens he asks God for a sign of his innocence which causes a lightning bolt...but he is hung anyway. The next thing you know there is a zombie apocalypse. The cause and effect needed some work.
A group of people of the town of Crumpit, Arizona (April 1876) hold up in the Double Peach Saloon (one without swinging doors and modern hinges) and that is it for much of the film which includes a boring Marshal monologue from director Paul Walker. Apparently no one had else could read lines better. The acting was horrible. The zombies made noise from a barking to a pirate aargh. The dialogue was boring and they insisted on having quiet sit down scenes. Sam Keller who played Deputy Clem bordered on camp in his performance and made me wonder if this was supposed to be a comedy. The opening gun fight needed choreography. I don't know why the bad guy stands there holding a gun, watching the sheriff kill the whole gang before he starts to fire, and then miss on multiple occasions from 10 feet away.
Guide: No swearing, sex, or nudity
The Arizona Territory, the 1870's. Marshal Frank Wilcox, along with a Buffalo Soldier from the U.S. Army, must galvanize a group of survivors to fight back when the living dead rise and seek the flesh of the living. It's a world gone mad and a battle against the unthinkable. Joined by an Apache Chief and an outlaw prisoner, the group must learn how to survive in a time where the dead walk.
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April 02, 2018 at 02:11 PM