Bridge of the Doomed will arrive on DVD on 4th of November (for those of you in North America) and there’s nothing like a good zombie movie on a dark evening in the winter to get your heart pumping and warm you up. Especially when the zombies are only a little problem compared to the real danger. With some very familiar faces, this movie kicks zombie ass and rises to even gorier heights.
**Warning: There may be spoilers ahead**
Starring Michael Paré (The Lincoln Lawyer, Gone), Robert LaSardo (The Mule, Death Race), Sarah French (Pretty Boy, Blind), Tammie Smith (Friday the 13th Vengeance 2: Bloodlines, On the Record), Ronnie Nanos (Attack of the Unknown, Party Bus to Hell), Michael Beran (The Legacy, Numbers) and Kate Watson (Heist, Killer Advice).
Bridge of the Doomed Review Conclusion
Man, that was a gory movie: A brilliant zombie food fest, loved the zombies (are there professional zombie actors, like actors that specialise in zombies?) and enjoyed the fact that they moved a little faster than the norm, pulling entrails and flesh from their victims. Would have loved to have learnt more about the secondary monster and how it interacted with the Zombies, it didn’t seem like they’d find it very edible though. I really enjoyed the fight scenes, both with weapons and without. Overall, an entertaining film with tense scenes that had me glued to the screen and splatter scenes that had me retreating with haste. A zombie movie with a fresh twist that I’d watch again.
Horror and Fantasy Author – Also writing as K.T. McQueen. Love Western Horror, cowboy boots, my cactus Collin, & my Demon Cat.
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