‘A hellish, blood-soaked thrill ride’
‘A sweaty-toothed madman of a film, cranked full tilt and grinning crazily…a lean slice of prime Aussie meat…sizzling with spectacular action and anarchic glee’
‘Gory, glorious homage to the golden age of Ozploitation’
‘Grimy, slimy, and squelchy… a disgusting, hysterical riot’
‘LOTS of fun. Insane blood-filled zombie fun’
Having thrilled UK audiences – and sated horror fans’ thirst for bloody-bedlam on its UK premiere at FrightFest Glasgow, now Wyrmwood: Apocalypse is set for its Blu-ray (Blu-ray edition features reversible sleeve), DVD and digital release on 16th May from 101 Films. Wyrmwood: Road of the Dead and Wyrmwood: Apocalypse will also be available as a Blu-ray double set on 30th May 2022.
Australian brothers Kiah and Tristan Roache-Turner have penned another gut-splattering sensation with this fantastically frenzied feature, so get set for a hellish, high-octane return to the Aussie outback for some outlandish, blood-oozing rampaging zombie action in Wyrmwood: Apocalypse, the highly anticipated sequel to cult-classic Wyrmwood: Road of the Dead.
In a zombie infested Australian wasteland, hard-edged soldier Rhys (Luke McKenzie – Jack Irish) – who uses zombies as fuel for his barbie – dedicates his days to tracking down and capturing survivors of the Zombie apocalypse for the Surgeon (Nicholas Boshier – The Moth Effect) in hope of finding a cure for the zombie plague. But all is not as it seems, and Rhys’ moralistic misadventures are much more macabre than he knows…
After a wild and twisted sequence of events, Rhys joins forces with Maxi (Shantae Barnes-Cowan – Total Control) with brother and sister-duo Brooke (Bianca Brady – Wyrmwood: Road of the Dead) and Barry (Jay Gallagher – Nekrotronic) in a race against the clock to save the one person who could be the key to ending the apocalypse…
This playfully deranged zombie-action thrill-ride will leave audiences with little time to catch their breath, but plenty of time to savour the spectacle.
Wyrmwood: Apocalypse is gory good fun at its most explosive.