|Directed by||George Bonilla|
|Produced by||Russell Coy II
|Screenplay by||George Bonilla|
Karl Gustav Lindstrom
|Music by||Klevin Scott|
|Cinematography||Billy W. Blackwell
Roy M. White
|Edited by||Sven Granlund
|Distributed by||Tempe Entertainment|
After a pharmaceutical company develops a new wonder drug, its customers turn into zombies. T. K. Kane, a mysterious outsider, arrives in a community terrorized by local warlord Adam. Kane protects the community and hunts down the zombies plaguing the community.
- Frank Farhat as T. K. Kane
- Christopher Rose as Warren
- Matthew Perry as Adam
- Rebecca Minton as Julie
- Karl Gustav Lindstrom as Frank
- Jon Shelton as Stiletto
- Fran Rabe as Mary
- Rhonda Barker as Rose
Director George Bonilla was inspired to make a zombie film after moving to Kentucky and finding a supportive independent film community there. Bonilla believed that zombies created from a defective drug would allow for a wide variety of effects on people, and allowed him to write in both feral and intelligent zombies. The cast and crew were mainly made up of people with no experience in filmmaking. Scenes were shot at the Bluegrass Aspendale housing project in Lexington, Kentucky. Bonilla's wife Tammy is the executive producer.
Peter Dendle called the film "epically awful" and embarrassing for Lexington natives. David Johnson of DVD Verdict said that the film is better than most Z movies, but its length leads to too much filler. Bill Gibron of DVD Talk rated the film 3/5 stars and said that "there are kernels of creativity and outright cleverness in this big, sloppy ersatz-spectacle."
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