Zombie Massacre

Zombie Massacre Information

Zombie Massacre (UK DVD title, Apocalypse Z) is a 2013 zombie horror film written and directed by Luca Boni and Marco Ristori. Uwe Boll served as producer and acted within the film in the role of President of the United States. The film stars Christian Boeving, Carl Wharton, and Tara Cardinal, and is an adaptation of the Wii video game of the same name, developed by 1988 Games. The film had its UK DVD release on July 1, 2013.


As the U.S. government begins experimenting with a bacteriological weapon in a small town in Eastern Europe, a disaster occurs in which the weapon spreads its effects on the citizens of the area, turning them into mutated zombies. To cover up the exposure and make it look like a nuclear meltdown of an area power station, the U.S. President orders a team of contracted mercenaries to be sent in to wipe out the zombie plague and secure the "accident" while facing off with the infected horde.


  • Christian Boeving as Jack Stone
  • Jon Campling as Doug Mulligan
  • Tara Cardinal as Eden Shizuka
  • Mike Mitchell as John 'Mad Dog' McKellen
  • Carl Wharton as General Carter
  • Daniel Vivian as Dragan Ilic
  • Nathalia Henaoas Claire Howard
  • Gerry Shanahan as Doctor Neumann
  • Ivy Corbin as Sam Neumann
  • Michael Segal as First Victim / Ultimate creature
  • Uwe Boll as President of the US


Plans for the film and Wii video game were first announced in 2007. In 2011 it was announced that Boni and Ristori were attached to direct, with filming expected to take place the following year. A trailer for "Apocalypse Z" was released in October 2012.


HorrorNews.net gave the film a rating of C-, stating that while the film was "overall [awful]" the directing and makeup effects were a highlight.

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