Voltage Pictures went all-in on the zombie subgenre this year having completed three new films, one based on the popular first-person shooter game Dead Trigger.
The Mike Cuff and Scott Windhauser-directed film is set in a world where a mysterious virus has killed billions and turned many others into bloodthirsty zombies.
“Unable to stop the virus, the government develops a video game, “Dead Trigger,” that mirrors the terrifying events that curse the world. The players who kill the most zombies in the game are recruited to combat the zombie horde in real life.
Led by Captain Kyle Walker (Dolph Lundgren), the elite team travels to Terminal City, the origin of the outbreak, to find a team of scientists who have been working on a possible cure for the virus. The only way to get to them, however, is through a city full of terrifying undead mutants.”
Autumn Reeser, Isaiah Washington, and Justin Chon star alongside Dolph Lundgren.
Voltage has completed another entire season of Paul Tanter’s “Age of the Living Dead”, starring David Meadows, Estella Warren, and Nicola Posenor.
“In a post-apocalyptic near future, vampires have taken control of the United States eastern seaboard with surviving humans fleeing to the west coast. In the middle is no-man’s land where humans make a weekly blood donation to keep the vampires at bay—for now.
The vampires thirst for human destruction is greater than their thirst for blood, as they develop a synthetic blood that would rid their need for humans altogether. Meanwhile, humans will not go down without a fight, and have re-stocked their nuclear arsenal in preparation for an all-out attack against the vampires.
Only one girl can prevent mutual destruction—YVONNE. Half human, half vampire, only she can bridge the gap between the warring factions—but can she do it in time?”
Described as in the vein of “The Walking Dead”, series Feel the Dead (formerly Age of the Undead) chronicles a dark world in the grips of a zombie apocalypse. A development in medicine has caused the advent of a new disease, which is quickly spreading worldwide.
John Real‘s film, “Follows three groups of people from different backgrounds who band together for one purpose—survival. Together, they head towards a safe zone where a zombie vaccination is supposed to be available. Instead, they learn the safe zone is a government plot to round up survivors and exterminate them to ensure the disease will not spread.
The group escapes the plot and learns of another location which may provide shelter. However, this will entail a long journey through zombie-infested territory while being chased by government forces. Only by banding together will they give themselves a chance to survive.”
Estella Warren, William McNamara, and Antonio Lujak star.