Navy Seals vs Zombies Movie Info:
A team of highly skilled Navy SEALS find themselves embarking on the battle of their lives when they come face-to-face with the undead. After a deadly outbreak occurs in New Orleans, the SEALS must fight for their lives, and the city, against an army of zombies.
Director: Stanton Barrett
Writers: A.K. Waters (story), Matthew Carpenter (screenplay)
Stars: Ed Quinn, Michael Dudikoff, Rick Fox
When you read the titles of movies like ‘Alien VS Predator’ or ‘Cowboys & Aliens’ or ‘Freddy VS Jason’ you get a pretty good idea what the movie is going to be about before you even sit down to watch the flick. Because you can pretty easily pre-judge a movie by a title, there comes a certain set of expectations the movie needs to meet. When you read a title like ‘Navy Seals VS Zombies’ you have a pretty good idea that the flick will feature burly macho men with big guns shooting bloody ghoulish members of the living dead; and you wouldn’t be wrong. However, if you were looking for a movie with a goofy sense of humor that revels in its premise, you may be disappointed with this one.
When the Vice President of the United States Mr. Bentley (Rick Fox) codenamed “Elvis” is on a campaign stump in Baton Rouge, a routine press conference goes all to hell. What should have been a quick and easy Q&A sessions with young reporters like Amanda (Stephanie Honoré) turns into a savage bloody attack as random civilians begin killing and disemboweling each other! With the Vice President’s Secret Service detail overrun, the only thing left to do is lock the doors and hold tight for the rescue team. The rescue team in this case just so happens to be one of the best Navy Seals teams ever trained.