Written by: Scotty
What would you do if you had lost everything you have ever loved? Hunter had lost his wife and child to the zombie outbreak and was looking for one thing to release his pain, death. With a new drug hitting the scene, Natas had gained a world wild following as it took you places you that no other drug could, but it comes with one nasty side effect, turning its users into flesh eating freaks.
Moving from one place to another, Hunter fears that he could be the only one left. Not have a care for his own wellbeing, Hunter enters no win situations against the flesh eaters and always comes out victorious. After his latest mid-day massacre, Hunter goes back on the road to continue his journey. After getting shot in the arm and crashing his Camaro, Hunter knows that he is not the only one left.
Being taken in by a roaming band of survivors led by Father Jesus, Hunter reluctantly becomes a member of the group. Having to deal with the living is almost unbearable for him as he has been alone for over six months. Being pursued by the two female members, Fast Lane Debbie and Alison, Hunter turns back to the only thing that makes him feel like himself again, his drink.
When their little place of solace is attacked by the flesh eaters and they lose one of their main warriors, the group decides to move on and try to find a better home. The only way to get there is by getting to the local airfield and commandeer an airplane to take them to a place with white sandy beaches. Only two things stand in the way of attaining their goal, the flesh eaters and the small town of Dahmer. Dahmer was overrun months ago by zombies and although the group was afraid of what they might find, they run into something more horrific than they could possibly imagine.
Zombie Hunter follows the path of Hunter who is not looking for anything, except a way to release his pain. Father Jesus allows the man to join his group of survivors, seeing that Hunter may be a valuable asset, Jesus makes sure that Hunter understands that they are currently living in hell. Fast Lane Debbie and young Alison are just looking for something to believe in again, and having a new man in their prescence arouses something neither has felt for the past year. With a couple more survivors to add into the mix, including a pilot, the group is prepared to make their trek to freedom.
Although Zombie Hunter is not the best zombie movie ever, it has all of the essentials of a proper splatter fest. With zombies being taking out by gunfire, knives and a sacred axe, the screen is filled with plenty of blood. Non-conventional zombies seem to get me every time as shots to anywhere take them down, but the campy special effects make sure to keep you cringing as the zombies continuously hit the ground. With limbs and blood flying all over the place, it makes for a fun film. If you like the blood and guts aspect of horror movies, this is definitely one to check out, you will not be disappointed. Stay scared.