REVIEW: DEAD RISING: ENDGAME

CAST

Jesse Metcalfe (Dallas)
Keegan Connor Tracy (Bates Motel)
Dennis Haysbert (24)
Patrick Sabongui (Power Rangers)
Billy Zane (Zoolander)
Camille Sullivan (The Unseen)
Marie Avgeropoulos (50/50)
Ian Tracey (Sanctuary)
Jessica Harmon (Hollow Man 2)
Victor Webster (Mutant X)

burnt-01The reporter Chase Carter (Jesse Metcalfe) returns to East Mission City to investigate a mysterious building where prisoners are transported to be guinea pig on experiments to find a cure of the zombie infection. He uses a camera to record and transmit the images to the reporter Jill (Jessica Harmon) and to the skilled computer hacker Sandra Lowe (Marie Avgeropoulos) and finds that General Lyons (Dennis Haysbert) in involved in a secret government conspiracy. Carter is found and has to flee from Lyons’s henchmen. However the editor is afraid to broadcast the images since the TV network would certainly be sued by the government. The former executive George Hancock (Ian Tracey) from the pharmaceutical corporation Phenotrans meets Carter and tells that the army is hunting him down. Further, they should go to East Mission City to shut down the servers since Lyons plans to kill 1.5 million-people that have an implanted chip, including Sandra, and stop the cruel scientist Rand (Billy Zane), who uses humans to test his experiments. Will they succeed to stop Lyons’evil plan?
maxresdefaultDead Rising: Endgame is a good sequel to Dead Rising: Watchtower. The non-stop action in the zombie infected city is highly entertaining.

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REVIEW: DEAD RISING: WATCHTOWER

CAST

Jesse Metcalfe (Dallas)
Meghan Ory (Once Upon A Time)
Virginia Madsen (Sideways)
Keegan Connor Tracy (Bates Motel)
Aleks Paunovic (Kindergarten Cop 2)
Dennis Haysbert (24)
Gary Jones (Stargate Sg.1)
Rob Riggle (21 Jump Street)
Patrick Sabongui (Power Rangers)

Set between the events of Dead Rising 2 and Dead Rising 3, the story follows online reporter Chase Carter and his camerawoman Jordan as they cover the stories of the people inside of the walled-in quarantined area in the fictional town of East Mission, Oregon, as the government (running an organization called F.E.Z.A.—Federal Emergency Zombie Authority) attempts to contain a viral outbreak that turns people into ravenous zombies. An anti-viral drug called Zombrex, that keeps the virus at bay, is being administered to those infected. When it becomes clear that the drug is no longer effective and a zombie outbreak purges the town and infects its inhabitants, Chase, Jordan, grieving mother Maggie, and survivor Crystal battle their way out of the city before it gets firebombed.Throughout the film, it is revealed that the Army implanted bad Zombrex in a refugee center to start another outbreak so that the government can be allowed to plant government-mandated Zombrex chips on the infected to track them, framing F.E.Z.A. for giving bad Zombrex to the infected. The coin that Jordan gave to Chase to open a newspaper vending machine at the beginning came in handy when she placed evidence of the Army sabotaging the Zombrex inside the vending machine for him to find. When General Lyons figures out that Jordan and Norton are aware of the Army’s actions, he has his men capture them to cover up the truth. In the end, Chase and Crystal managed to survive and get out of city and Jordan manages to get footage proving the Army’s compliance in the new outbreak to Chase, who finds it in the newspaper vending machine, but the same footage shows her being taken and probably killed by the military and the U.S. government are allowed to implant tracking chips on people who are infected.Overall Dead Rising: Watchtower is easily one of the best video game adaptation to date, fun filled, blood soaked entertainment.