Navy SEALs vs. Zombies

Synopsis: 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.
Genre: Action, Horror
Director(s): Stanton Barrett
Production: Throne Productions
 
IMDB:
3.3
NOT RATED
Year:
2015
97 min
94 Views


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Two three to base.

I need you to run

Louisiana plates.

Victor, two, seven,

X-ray, three, three, two.

Stay right there.

I said stay right there!

Freeze!

Your hostage search

and rescue training drill is a go.

See you at 2100 hours.

Good luck.

- Charges set.

- Let her go.

Clear. On me.

Clear. Hallway.

Jackal 1, jackpot, jackpot.

Bet you'll never try

to clear a room

on your own again, will ya?

You know, we've all messed up

when we started.

You're gonna be good.

Thanks.

You're replacing

a damn good SEAL

that everybody liked.

It's not gonna be easy, AJ.

What happened,

if you don't mind me asking?

It was a, uh...

it was a snatch-and-grab op

on the Pakistan border.

We're getting overrun, boys.

Went up to the crest

of a small mountain pass.

All hell broke loose.

Small arms fire, RPG rounds,

just... all over, man.

I'm taking heavy fire,

do you copy?

I'm pinned down.

Repeat, I'm pinned down.

Bradley was covering

our flank and maneuver when...

he got separated.

Air support, sector 305.

Take cover, Bradley.

By the time we realized

he was cut off...

there was nothing we could do.

- Oh, Damn it.

- We wanted to go back...

so bad.

I'm hit.

Air support arrived

and it was...

it was too late.

Where are you hit?

Stay covered, I'm on my way.

You could hear it.

Jesus, man.

There's nothing worse...

than having to retrieve

your friend's dead body.

But you know what?

He died that day

for his country

and so his teammates

could live to fight another day.

There's no better way

to go out.

You're right.

Anyway,

how's your old lady

handling this move?

Ah.

Uh, you know, she, uh...

she loves Coronado, man.

That's home, family, friends.

She'll get used to it.

Man, if I could teach you

anything...

about two failed marriages...

two...

is you gotta learn

to compartmentalize.

When you're downrange,

nothing exists.

Nothing but your team,

your brothers.

And when you're at home,

she's everything.

You wanna tell her

about the things we do,

the things we see,

what we go through.

Don't.

It's just gonna make it worse.

Get your ass home and get some rest.

You're gonna need it.

Hey, AJ.

Welcome to the team.

Thanks.

- Appreciate that, man.

- You got it.

This video is for my son,

name TBD...

I'm leaning towards

Chuck Norris Prescott...

who is currently growing

in that beautiful belly.

So that one day

when I'm old and fat,

I can prove

that I locked down a woman,

a beautiful woman

with some awesomeness.

And you better listen

to what she says.

What the hell, AJ?

What? I'm just gonna

post this on the Web.

You're gonna make

a ton of money.

That's not funny.

Funny.

- Well, I'll buy you nice things.

- Mm.

Rough night?

Well, I don't speak polar bear.

I'm just so damn tired.

Come on.

We only get

this limited time together

and I'm fresh as a daisy.

You're as pretty as one.

It's just been really rough.

Are they good guys?

Yeah, you know, beneath the roasting,

they seem like good dudes.

No.

I mean are they good guys?

Good SEALS?

Are they gonna keep you safe?

Keep you alive?

This is the SEAL team

people don't know about.

They're the best.

What are we doing here?

A string of crazy homicides

on the other side of town

or another bullshit

campaign presser.

Which one sounds like a story?

Bella, hey,

this is our assignment, okay?

So we stay here.

The vice president never

takes my questions anyway.

So, look, come on. I'm in tight

and I'll get us right

to the front.

Yeah, well,

I think we're close enough.

- Back it up, Dave.

- Okay, okay.

Well, somebody's not in the mood

for a joke today, huh?

I think, yeah, they're coming out.

You rolling?

Yeah, I'm rolling.

Shut up, come on.

Good afternoon, folks.

Sorry for the slight delay.

The vice president will say

a few short words,

then open it up to questions.

Here we go.

Good afternoon.

It's good to be back in Baton Rouge,

the state capital of Louisiana.

A state that's been through

a great deal of adversity.

Yet it's come out

stronger than ever.

This region is a model

for this administration's efforts

to get people back to work

and rejoin this country's

dwindling middle class.

The Cajun food

is not bad either.

Now, I know you didn't come here

to listen to me talk about gumbo,

so I'll take a few questions.

Mr. Vice President,

Mr. Vice President.

Yes, sir, Mr. Bentley,

how do you feel

that fracking affects

our community

and the safety of our sensitive

coastal environment?

We got a suspicious suspect

moving at 9:
00.

Take a look, Hayden.

Sir, nothing's here.

You sure you saw something?

I am.

Mr. Vice President.

Mr. Vice President, right here.

Can you comment

on recent job numbers

and the accusations

that your administration

skewed numbers

ahead of an election year

with you being a front-runner?

Well, firstly, it's nice to be called

a front-runner.

And secondly, those numbers, uh,

we don't control those numbers

and that's just another attempt

to discredit this administration's

hard work

and dedication

to the American worker.

Mr. Vice President,

Vice President, right here.

That's all we have today.

Thank you for joining

our press conference.

God bless America.

Mr. Vice President,

I'd like to present you

with a little token of appreciation

from the people of Louisiana.

Ah, the brown pelican.

State bird.

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