Thursday, 12 January 2017

A NEW ZOMBIE SERIES TO FEED YOUR HUNGER COMES ONLINE

Zombies seem to be everywhere nowadays and they have come far from the lumbering undead in the 1936 film REVOLT OF THE ZOMBIES.

ScreenMagic Films have begun a series called THE Z VIRUS which you can watch online at:



https://screenmagictv.vhx.tv/the-z-virus

Synopsis:

An apocalyptic TV series of survival when a deadly virus from a meteor turns the earth into a zombie infested world no one could have ever imagined.

You can check out the series at TheZVirusSeries.com, ScreenMagicTV.com, Amazon Prime, Vimeo On Demand and on the ScreenMagic TV Roku Channel.

If you start a 7 day FREE TRIAL on http://www.screenmagictv.com/ you can check out the first episodes of THE Z VIRUS.

After the FREE TRIAL you will be charged $4.99 on a recurring monthly charge.

Know someone who likes zombies, well you can gift them a subscription also.


Check out our review of the first episode below:

THE Z VIRUS

Episode 1: Bunker Fever

Starting off with credits that will bring to mind THE WALKING DEAD we are soon introduced to the character in this episode. After spending 60 days alone in a bunker he decides that he can't handle the loneliness any more and suits up in protective clothes to face the zombies outside. Out on his freedom from the bunker he is attacked by zombies and he makes short work of them with his trusty gun. After he kills the zombie hordes he comes across two guys fighting and the episode blacks out and we hear a gun shot. Who got shot? Only way to find out is to continue watching THE Z VIRUS.
There is some nice gore about half way through which is maybe signs of things to come in future episodes. It will be interesting to see where this show heads with its storyline and characters as it has alot of competition out there with other zombies shows. Running at just 9 minutes long you will find time to squeeze this into your daily routine and it will satisfy your hunger for zombie goodness.

Review by Peter 'Witchfinder' Hopkins


THE Z VIRUS: EPISODE 2: UNINVITED GUESTS review here.






No comments:

Post a Comment