The Quick and the Undead (2006)

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It's been eighty-five years since humanity was transformed into the walking dead by a rampaging virus, and as the infection continues to spread it's up to one lone bounty hunter to take his vengeance and save mankind from a fate worse than death in director Gerald Nott's hybrid western. Ryn Baskin (Clint Glenn) makes his way across the decimated western landscape searching assassinating the flesh-eating abominations that would devour him whole and collecting their remains in order to make a living. He knows he can always outrun the undead if he can only keep from falling into their fetid traps, and as long as he's got enough ammo he can ensure that they'll never get close enough to infect him. But everything changes when Ryn is betrayed and left for dead by the remorseless outlaws who would gun down their fellow man and lay claim to his treasure, and now as the plague continues to spread across the blood-drenched frontier, the gunman who lost it all will travel into the fortress of terror to seek out his vengeance even if it means losing his soul in the process.

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Cast

Clint Glenn
as Ryn Baskin
Parrish Randall
as Blythe Remington
Nicola Giacobbe
as Hans Tubman
Erin McCarthy
as Hunter Leah
Dion Day
as Jackson
Derik Van Derbeken
as Dr. Ambroseo
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Critic Reviews for The Quick and the Undead

All Critics (1)

The idea for this film is a bit more amusing than the execution.

Jul 15, 2008 | Full Review…

Audience Reviews for The Quick and the Undead

If you're not quick, you're the Undead

Wahida K
Wahida K

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½

Quite interesting!

Leo L
Leo L

Super Reviewer

there's much worse in the zombie genre. acting is touch and go here, zombie fx are good, cinematography decent, but too short with a flawed screenplay

_kelly .King
_kelly .King

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½

A modern-day spaghetti-western by way of latter day George Romero. I've got to give this a low-rating, although I thoroughly enjoyed it. The beauty of it is, the filmmakers didn't try to parody either the western or the zombie genres; they came at both with a straight face, and their respect for the material was obvious. Had the budget been greater, many of the obstacles here (like the unconvincing zombie make-up) could have been cleared. As it is, it's got a classic western storyline, and enough twists to keep you interested.

Steve B.
Steve B.

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