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Zombies Video 3. Use the HTML below. You must be a registered user to use the IMDb rating plugin. Abraham Lincoln Kent Igleheart Thomas Lincoln Rhianna Van Helton Nancy Lincoln Brennen Harper Young Abe Lincoln Josh Sinyard Aide as Joshua Sinyard Debra Crittenden Mary Todd Lincoln Bernie Ask Edwin Stanton Chris Hlozek He claims Lincoln's actions are only against the members of the Confederacy.
Based on an old Bantu word he'd learned from his mother, Agent Brown Jason Hughley names the infected persons "zombies".
Pat Garrett Christopher Marrone volunteers to help Abe, and guides them to a nearby plantation that has farming implements and other weapons they can use to combat the threat.
When returning to the fort, Mary is splashed in the face with zombie blood and soon falls ill. Meanwhile, agent John Wilkinson Jason Vail protests the killing and asks to remain behind as the rest of the group heads into the township to kill off the infected.
Being greatly outnumbered, only Abe, Theodore, and Sophia return when the others are slaughtered. Wilkinson, who is revealed to be a spy, plots to kill Lincoln while he is alone but changes his mind when he catches Abe praying, as in his mind prayer would ensure Lincoln's soul going to heaven.
After being convinced by Pat Garrett that Lincoln is right and escape is unlikely, Stonewall shows Abe a secret cache of gunpowder.
They then decide to use the explosive to blow up the fort after trapping and containing the zombies inside.
When the fuse goes out, Stonewall ventures down alone to re-light it, but is over-run and killed by the zombies just after doing so. Abe and Brown escape just in time and the entire place goes up.
Mary accepts her fate and goes off with Lincoln to die, much to Sophia's heartbreak. Eighteen months later, Abe goes to visit Mary who had been in the care of a doctor investigating the illness in vain hope of finding a cure.
As Abe cleans wounds caused by her restraining shackles, Mary grabs his hand, scratching his skin, infecting him much to his horror , and forcing him to kill her.
Knowing he is himself incurable, Abe requests that a message be sent to John Wilkinson, as earlier he had discovered that Wilkinson was actually John Wilkes Booth who had a plot to kidnap Lincoln in response to the end of the war and the Union the victor.
The message gives Booth the information to know exactly where Lincoln would be the following night at the theater, thus leading to his assassination purposely arranged by Lincoln to prevent another outbreak at Booth's hands.
Casting took place in January Originally the script was set to shoot at a fort in Tennessee ,  but Savannah and Fort Pulaski were subsequently chosen for location shooting of scenes where Lincoln confronts zombies who had overrun a Confederate stronghold.
The choice of Bill Oberst Jr. Zombies has been praised, with criticisms otherwise aimed at the film's plot, supporting cast members, character development, and historical inaccuracies.
Jason Adams of JoBlo wrote that the film was what might be anticipated from The Asylum , in its being "extremely repetitive" and having a script filled with "terrible lines.
Zombies from fully living up to its full potential. Zombies is terrible. In the best possible way. Zombies is "a sluggishly directed film from a weak script" but "aside from all the historical inaccuracies, laborious direction and bad script, it's Bill Oberest Jr's stand out performance as Abe Lincoln that steals the show.
He's worth watching and he's what saves the picture. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Zombies Film poster.
Bill Oberst Jr. Release date. Running time. Zombies ". Dread Central. Retrieved June 25, Retrieved June 29,Bill Oberst Jr. Abe Lincoln ist die härteste Kindergärtnerin ever: "Seid ihr verletzt, Kurzurlaub Helgoland Deutscher Titel. Das könnte dich auch interessieren. Seitenverhältnis. GrafikervonOst August 18, Was soll ich sagen? Karl T. Visa-Nummer. Hänsel und Gretel: Hexenjäger. Das könnte dich auch interessieren. Von Richard Schenkman. Zu unserem vielfältigen Streamingangebot zählen über 1. Lauren Der Letzte König Von Schottland ImdbRichard Shenkman. Unfassbarerweise geht der Film Chai Romruen noch weiter. Irgendwie macht nichts den Film besser. Wo kann man diesen Film schauen?
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The story is of Abraham Lincoln fighting off Zombies. Some of the Worst CGI possible. I could make a more realistic looking Zombie in Paint.
Plants vs Zombies has a more realistic Story. I wish I could rate this film less than a 1 but I can't. Don't watch this. You could be spending your time doing something more interesting, like listening to your Grandfather talk about the war or washing your car.
Zombies must have eaten the brains of the Script Writers because they obviously have no Brains. JoeB 5 June The Asylum has it's little niche.
Doing bad ripoffs of big Hollywood films on the hope stupid people will buy them from Netflix, Blockbuster or Redbox not knowing what they are.
The term is "Mockbuster",and the Asylum is the master of it. Because someone decided to create a movie called "Abraham Lincoln-Vampire Hunter", the folks at Asylum decided that the Great Emancipator didn't have enough people disgracing his memory.
Other than the name dropping, the bad Civil War Re-enactments and other contempt for the audience's intellect, this is a typical cheap zombie movie.
I should point out the makeup work is truly awful. You couldn't tell the protagonists from the Zombies without a scorecard and some of the fake beards were laughable Especially the aforementioned Stonewall Jackson.
Sometimes Asylum films can be little gems of people trying, and sometimes they can be inadvertently funny. This film was neither.
This is a classic, "its so bad, it's good film". I had a few friends over for a man movie night and this seemed like a good fit.
Senseless violence with poor visual effects and a touch of historical incorrectness. The evening was more of a "mystery science theater " showing of a really crappy Netflix B movie special.
We had more fun hurling insults at the film than following the ridiculous plot line. If you love fake dollar store mustache thrillers, this movie is for you.
All in all it was really fun to watch. Alright, whether or not "Abraham Lincoln vs. Zombies" is The Asylum's attempt to cash in on the what looks to become a major picture "Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter" or not, well I have no idea about that.
But it does seem a bit strange that just prior to the major Hollywood production release of the latter movie, The Asylum decided to put this on the market.
That being said, then it seems awfully a lot like what happened with "I am Omega" and the major Hollywood picture "I am Legend" incident. Regardless of the reasons for why "Abraham Lincoln vs.
Zombies" came into existence, then I have now seen it, not because I am American which I am not , nor because it was with historically important American president Abraham Lincoln, no, but simply because it was something with zombies.
Taking place during the American Civil War, Abraham Lincoln and a selection of twelve secret service agents find themselves facing a threat of the living dead as they attempt to take over a ford.
However, the living dead is not the only enemy the Union people are facing. The story, oddly enough, was actually rather captivating and it managed to keep me interested right up to the very end.
The storyline is a bit out there, when you think about it, but then again, isn't anything with zombies that? But that is not what I mean. What I meant was taking a historically important figure like Abraham Lincoln and have him battle zombies with a scythe?
And then later on this year, he will be battling vampires! But oddly enough, in a comical sense, then the movie actually worked out quite nicely.
Having seen a bunch of previous works from The Asylum, then I can honestly say that they went all in this time, guns blazing and digging deep into their pockets.
This movie is such a major step up the ladder, production-wise, for The Asylum, and just looking at the movie on the screen is a testament to them suiting up and stepping up to join the major league of movie production.
The cinematography was great, the effects were great, and the people they had cast did great jobs. So it was really a refreshing touch to The Asylum's production value.
As for the zombies in "Abraham Lincoln vs. Zombies", well, then they actually looked alright, though there wasn't any major decay going on in them, as I assume they were to be recently deceased, and that worked out okay.
The gore in the movie was alright as well, it just enough to keep a gorehound like me interested. However, one thing did puzzle me about the zombies.
They opted to stray from the mainstream zombie, and had them standing about in a deathlike-slumbering trance when they weren't agitated by sound.
That I found odd, why would they only be attracted to sound? So they had all lost the sense of sight? But again, it is a matter of personal preference I suppose.
Some like Romero-style zombies, some like the fast and agile zombies as those seen in "28 Days Later", and some like something else entirely.
I found "Abraham Lincoln vs. Zombies" to actually be good entertainment value. There wasn't any scares or real shock scenes in the movie, which would have been nice.
But still, if you like zombie movies and wouldn't mind seeing a somewhat comical approach to the take on Abraham Lincoln, then "Abraham Lincoln vs.
Zombies" is definitely worth checking out. As for the ending of the movie, well I am not revealing anything here, but there is a twist there in wait.
I, personally, didn't really like it, but it was a nice turn of events nonetheless. The film had a very indy, unpolished look. From a cinematography standpoint, the film could have used a better audio mixer or even balanced it.
With about another week in the editing room, those things could have been smoothed out. On the plus side, there were terrific costumes, the camera boxing by the DP was fantastic and the acting was good overall, but Bill Oberst Jr.
Loved the story and the way the writers worked in historical lines in the name of butt whoopin, "emancipate this! This isn't a masterpiece, but it is fun and I laughed a lot.
Well done! TheXeroXone 25 October This was one of the first recommendations I got from the Cinema Snob website based on his review of the film and his interview with Bill Oberst Jr.
I wasn't expecting much since its an asylum film, but I honestly enjoyed it. I found myself drawn to some of the characters being portrayed and Bill Oberst did an excellent job as Abraham Lincoln and its a completely serviceable zombie film.
Of course it has its problems. The CGI effects are incredibly cheap looking duh, its The Asylum, get over it and the plot is fairly simplistic.
Its basically a standard zombie film which includes historical figures. If you can overlook that, then you should be able to enjoy the film without much difficulty.
Come on people, the title says it all. I was truly amazed that some of the acting was actually well done and not just phoned in, although most could not act well at all.
I am almost certain that most of the actors were from a civil war reenactment group. About half way through with the constant historical figure's names being added, I thought for sure we were going to see Fidel Castro.
President if you want to survive! I am from Cuba in the distant future sent back in time to assist you. Someone actually got a decent camera and found someone who didn't have the shakes from cocaine addiction.
I would rank this movie's historical accuracy up there with "Inglourious Basterds" title. I am still pondering how that one got rated so high.
Now for some spoilers, since this movie events are just prior to his Gettysburg Address in July , Pat Garrett born June 5, would have been 13 years old.
Theodore Roosevelt born October 27, would have been 5 years old. General Stonewall Jackson the real one died in a sick bed from pneumonia.
Obviously this was an impostor, I could tell by the fake beard. The dialog was very excessive in abusing historical quotes.
At one point, John W. Booth quotes from Hamlet. I am certain there were a multitude of stolen lines. If don't want to pay a rental fee to view this you can currently watch it on Netflix.
Here we have it again, The Asylum ripping off another blockbuster. This time Abraham Lincoln: Vampire hunter And by now you all know what you can expect from The Asylum.
Most of their flicks are full of cheap CGI and bad acting. This is no exception. The zombies looked rather good but still were missing a few things, their clothes were all nicely cleaned.
But their faces were okay. Still, there aren't that many zombies to see, only towards the end we do have a horde involving children.
When the zombies are being killed it doesn't become gory. When zombies are attacking people and getting them to the ground nothing is shown like in those good old zombie flicks.
No tearing apart of corpses, no intestines being eaten. Of course being a low budget it all takes place in one place a so-called fort. Inside there was a lot of talking which didn't add towards the suspense.
The end you could see it coming from miles away. Henry Ford said that history is bunk and this film certainly lives up to this premise. In 60 years as a film fan I don't think I've ever seen such a load of old cobblers,on the other hand it was strangely entertaining,laugh out loud funny with a genuinely chilling climax.
Here we have Abraham Lincoln seeing off zombies having already sorted out the vampires in a previous film. What's next,cursed Egyptian mummies,werewolves or even helping Dr Who to sort out the Daleks.
Abraham Lincoln himself was fond of telling a tall story so I think he would have been quite amused at the idea. Other I'm not giving this one away joining forces at Fort Pulaski to destroy zombies shows imagination at least.
The ending is quite startling,the more discerning viewer might suss it out but it certainly caught me on the hop. How can one rate such a film,one for being such a load of old rubbish or ten for the sheer cheek and audacity and the laugh aloud moments.
I think I will rate it somewhere in the middle and add an extra star for Bill Oberst Junior's convincing take on Lincoln. Was it just my imagination or did he sound very like Robert Duvall?
What the heck give it another star for good old Stonewall Jackson's joke shop beard. If that seems light on a plot description then you might want to stay away from this film because that's pretty much all there is.
You know, many people attack companies like The Asylum for not having any fresh or original ideas of their own but I've always given them a fair shot.
I mean, if we were in the 50s or 70s then the drive-in would have been playing these types of movies each and every weekend. With that said, the biggest sin any movie like this could make is to be boring and that's exactly what has happened here.
I think there could have been so many interesting ideas that could have been done in regards to Lincoln going up against zombies.
Just take a look at how many lives were lost in the war on Lincoln's command, a film about them coming back from revenge would be interesting.
The dead from the war coming back to help win it could have been interesting. What we got here is just downright boring on a number of levels but I think the film was just too silly to be taken serious and it wasn't nearly campy enough to keep you entertained.
As you'd expect, the CGI effects were all extremely cheap and the fake gore was just painful. The performances weren't too bad and while Oberst gave a good performance I'd say I still had a hard time believing he was really the president unlike the real movie.
It is funny to note that even though this came out a month before the "real" movie, this here actually featured several scenes that were quite similar so I don't know if that was just a coincidence or what.
In a film that is this low budget you know there are going to be problems and deficiencies. But as cheap zombie flicks go this one had a lot of fun bits.
There were parts that were actually clever. I loved it that the little boy joining the group was Teddy Roosevelt. I had to look it up. Teddy would have been 7 around that time, so it is possible for him to have encountered Lincoln and the zombies.
And of course Lincoln inadvertently gave Teddy one of his trademark lines. There were plenty of other historical references scattered throughout the film.
Most teen viewers probably won't get them. I have a teenager who just finished studying the Civil War in high school. Not possible for him to get it with the education he got.
It will give a lot of context to the names and locations. There was actually a scene lifted right out of Hamlet! It gave me a good 5 minutes worth of giggles.
And I don't giggle. Throughout the movie the Gettysburg Address kept developing. A phrase here, a paragraph there, all naturally flowing from the action in the movie.
I have never enjoyed an Asylum script this much. Yes the acting was stiff. A lot of the scenes were clumsily blocked and directed. The Civil War battle scenes were pretty good.
Almost certainly stolen from somewhere else, or they just filmed at a reenactors event. Too many people did dumb stuff.
Low budget zombie film I get it. But I was completely taken by surprise by the ending. I really didn't see that one coming.
What else is wrong with it? How long do you have, or rather, how much interest do you have in it? It isn't graded properly, it jars with the period, the sound mix is poor, the editing is lazy and the timing is mostly awful.
It looks as cheap as it is but I'm giving it two stars rather than nowt because Shenkman has made the best of the shoddy materials on offer.
He's only getting two stars, though, because he could have found better actors at the local high school and even Barbara Cartland could have written a more dramatic screenplay despite being more dead and less animated than the zombies on screen.
That said, Abraham Lincoln vs Zombies could turn out to be a very good calling card for Shenkman, for all its stodge.
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