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First Official Trailer for Zombie Hunter

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I am totally freakin’ stoked for this sucker! Below we have scored the first official trailer Kevin King’s latest flick, Zombie Hunter, and as expected, its totally awesome. Go give this one watch and let us know what you think of it in the comments below.

Synopsis: “Zombie Hunter follows the vengeful HUNTER in his journey through the post-apocalyptic, zombie-infested wasteland. Killing in the name of the family he lost, he teams up with a group of survivors and face the deadly mutations that challenge their survival.”

First Official Trailer for Zombie Hunter

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      1. Dan February 2, 2013 at 9:31 pm

        This seems cheezy enough to be awesome.

      2. Jesse Bennington February 2, 2013 at 11:58 pm

        @Dan, haha i was thinking the same but it looks entertaining, unlike that bullshit World War Z.

      3. deadinhell February 4, 2013 at 6:41 pm

        Great trailer. This looks awesome. It’s rare to see a horror movie these days that actually…gets it. And enjoys itself. It’s obvious that the guys behind this have roots in horror that predate SAW and Paranormal Activity. It reminds me of the classics. Phantasm comes to mind (I don’t get to say that enough). One thing in particular that I noted, aside from the obvious cult potential and reverence for the genre, was that this film also looks damn good (visually speaking). The cinematography stood out in particular, perhaps especially because I just watched the trailer for Cool As Hell which was obviously shot on someone’s home video camera and was the ultimate in amateur.

        Zombie Hunter looks to be exactly the kind of horror we need more of, I’m looking forward to seeing more of it (and for that matter, less of anything that involves James Wan and Leigh Whannel, the Seltzer and Friedberg of horror).