The story centers around \"The Hunter\" (Martin Copping) a man who has survived the zombie outbreak. The outbreak was caused by use of a new and popular recreational drug of unknown origin. The Hunter eventually ends up with a small group of survivors which include Father Jesus (Danny Trejo) and two women who vie for the attention of the new guy. Their goal is to fly to the proverbial safe island off the coast of California. The dialogue seemed fairly decent except for some unnecessary first person narration, which appears to have become too much of the norm since the success of \"Zombieland.\"Part of the film is shot as a grainy grindhouse, which worked well, but its use was haphazard and ended quickly. The music was grindhouse metal and the blood splatters on the camera lens. Fast Lane Debbie(Jade Regier) who is a better pole dancer than nurse, teases us with her overt sexuality. There was a WTF CG creature, apparently a new unquestionable plot must since a \"Residence Evil\" sequel did it.The film had some good scenes and oozed with potential. If you are going to do a grindhouse film, you must go all the way to appeal to a grindhouse audience. This is a watered down film. Okay as a rental.Parental Guide: No f-bombs that I recall. No nudity. Sex scene inspired by Natile Portman (keeps bra on)...seriously? In a Trejo grindhouse?
More cheapjack zombie trash, made on a tiny budget. In a post-apocalyptic world a zombie hunter travels around killing the undead via some very poor CGI purple blood splashes. Danny Trejo has a small role as an axe-wielding zombie-hunting priest which is all you need to know about him. The women spend their time stripped to their bras and characterisation never rises above the level of 'nil'. Cookie cutter interchangeable with around a hundred similar movies.