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Zombie Ninjas vs Black Ops

Zombie Ninjas vs Black Ops

What doesn't kill you, will try and try again.Oct. 10, 2015 94 Min.
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Rody Claude
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Synopsis

In the clandestine research tower of a ruthless Japanese security and arms company, Saisei Security, scientist MALI awakens employed mercenaries killed in combat, their death giving rise to a new, vicious breed of zombie… ZOMBIE NINJAS. Trapped amongst unsuspecting civilians, including former tactical operative DILLON (Adam T Perkins), the ZOMBIE NINJAS commanded by a ferocious leader (Soa ‘The Hulk’ Palelei) are unleashed in the inner city high-rise. They soon face off with the covert response mission deployed to fight back. This elite black ops team underestimates the brutality of their encounter, which ultimately tests their loyalty and friendship, resulting in a frightful assault between these two highly skilled lethal forces and DILLON thrust in the middle fighting for survival.

Zombie Ninjas vs Black Ops
Zombie Ninjas vs Black Ops
Original titleZombie Ninjas vs Black Ops

(15) comments

  • eddie_bagginsOctober 20, 2015Reply

    The actions the star in this Australian hybrid

    While its performance’s won’t be studied by aspiring actors and it’s
    unlikely to feature at next year’s Academy Awards, with a title like
    Zombie Ninjas vs Black Ops these were never really goals for this low
    budget privately financed Australian effort and at the end of the day,
    Rody Claude’s film delivers on its title promise.

    Showing aspiring filmmakers that all it takes is some determination and
    willingness to follow your dreams, Claude and his willing cast and crew
    have crafted a fun and in many ways original zombie tale that doesn’t
    rely on endless blood spraying zombie kills or one liners to get it
    through the hordes of undead and in reality Zombie Ninja’s doesn’t even
    really have zombies in it, a fact that ear marks it as something more
    original than many other recent undead movie entries.

    The ”zombies” here are more like red eyed one man armies, ninjas
    chopping and fly kicking their way through the unsuspecting contingent
    of human survivors and it’s here that Claude delivers the films best
    scenes.

    The action that takes place through Zombie Ninjas; it must be said,
    this is an action film over a horror film so those wanting to get their
    scares on will be disappointed, is of the highest order and there’s a
    frenetic and energetic nature to what takes place when the hits start
    flying. With the zombie ninja warriors led by UFC fighter Soa ‘The
    Hulk’ Palelei. Claude and his stunt team really get things moving and
    it helps overcome the films less proficient elements.

    The films script work and acting leaves much to be desired here and
    while films of this nature aren’t won or lost on this alone, delivery
    in Zombie Ninjas sometimes remains far too flat to engage and some of
    the performances here are barely above High School production level. It
    wouldn’t have taken much for a performer here to take hold of the
    situation and carry the team but not one of human team nails a home
    run.

    Zombie Ninjas vs Black Ops is a fun and in many ways original
    Australian production that’s worth tracking down. With the potential
    for this idea to grow into the future we can only hope that Claude and
    his team can match their skills behind camera with people’s skill in
    front of camera and then we’ll be treated to what could well be an
    Australian cult classic.

    3 unfortunate office cleaners out of 5

  • datdemdar1October 20, 2015Reply

    So bad it has no entertainment value.

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  • johnanthonymazzeiOctober 20, 2015Reply

    So bad I shut it off. Spoilers

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  • papu-39721October 20, 2015Reply

    Its a waste of time watching his movie

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  • amears-93334October 21, 2015Reply

    Worth a watch

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  • sands-37106October 21, 2015Reply

    Great fast paced action!

    Pure action film that is all!

    Zombie purists will not like this film. Actually they”ll hate it as you
    see with the previous comments. If you like a movie with lots of gun
    shootouts and martial arts action through out than this movie is for
    you.

    The action is done very well with tonnes of energy in them. The film
    definitely lives up to its title! The FX are really good and the zombie
    eyes are done well.

    The biggest let down was the acting cause its not great at all but what
    do you expect with a movie called Zombie Ninjas vs Black ops. Overall a
    good fun action flick with an OK story and excellent action sequences.
    Worth a watch for the intense action.

  • Ed NailOctober 22, 2015Reply

    Clean up on aisle 3

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  • Tony SpencerOctober 22, 2015Reply

    Loved it

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  • jackmeatOctober 24, 2015Reply

    Bad overall attempt

    My quick rating 2,1/10. Bad acting, bad fight scenes, no zombies, no
    horror elements. No entertainment. The fights are terrible minus the
    one guy who apparently is in the UFC as the head ”zombie” but you
    wouldn’t know it aside from landing a few knee lifts. Don’t bother,
    there was no plot, the other zombie ninjas just kicked around for no
    reason and the good guys were pathetic. I am all for a martial arts
    school of young adults pooling there money together to make a film
    which is what this mess had to be but at least give us some semblance
    of a plot. I get the flashbacks of ”his happened, that happened” but
    when they don’t explain anything?

  • actionagogoOctober 25, 2015Reply

    Lot’s of fun

    Every once in a while a movie comes out that is just made for you. You
    hear the title, or you see the trailer, and everything just clicks.
    Zombie Ninjas vs Black Ops is one of those movies. I mean, how can
    anyone screw this recipe up?

    Zombies that are ninjas.

    Bad ass Black Ops dudes.

    Both going at it for survival.

    Yes, this is just about everything I could hope and dream for wrapped
    into one big movie. But can it live up to its (incredible) promise?
    Let’s find out.

    The film is directed by Rody Claude. This is his second feature, after
    making the film Deadtime. The story is a simple one. A Japanese
    security firm has been experimenting on dead soldiers at a research
    facility located in a non-descript tower in Australia. A party is going
    on and Dillon (Adam T Perkins) is called in for a late night interview
    to work security for the firm. But all hell breaks loose when a young
    scientist named Mali (Kira Lee Caine) wakes up the soldiers. A Black
    Ops team is called in to neutralize the situation but by the time they
    show up it’s clear that there is more going on here than meets the eye.

    From the very beginning you know this is going to be one intense movie.
    It goes right to the action, showing you just how ruthless and capable
    these ”Zombie Ninjas” can be. Headed by the Zombie Ninja Boss (UFC
    heavyweight Soa Palelei), they show no mercy and are unlike any zombies
    you’ve seen before. From the wild performances to crazy stunts you’ll
    be dropping your jaw at some of the stuff these zombies do. If you
    think about the sheer number of zombie films out there it’s all the
    more impressive that they were able to pull off a unique take on a
    classic villain.

    But what about the other side of the coin? Those brave Black Ops
    soldiers sent to kick ass and take names? Adam T. Perkins is an obvious
    highlight. He gives a very subtle, tough performance and manages to
    portray Dillon as a sullen hero despite what little time is given to
    his introduction. Jason Britza also stands out among the Black Ops
    soldiers for his snarling performance as ”A.K.” While we’re on the
    subject of acting we need to discuss Soa Palelei. He does get top
    billing, and the other zombies to a great job, but Palelei is a nutcase
    throughout and his absolute physicality comes through in his fight
    scenes, which are some of the best of the movie.

    And that is saying something in a movie as chock full of action as this
    one. The fight scenes go on and on. Bullets are flying left and right
    and all manner of beat downs commence. It’s beautiful.

    Is it perfect? While the movie has Die Hard dna written into it there
    could have been some more humor dotted throughout to fill some of the
    gaps between those epic fight scenes. That may have gotten in the way
    of some of the horror beats you have here, but it also would have been
    a welcome diversion. There are also some wooden performances that creep
    in as well.

    However, those are relatively minor quibbles compared to what is going
    on here. If you you’ve been paying attention, it’s been a good year for
    movies coming out of Australia. Between Wormwood and Mad Mad: Fury Road
    I thought I had my fill of crazy films from down under, but Zombie
    Ninjas vs Black Ops fits right in there nicely. This is an action movie
    for the Call Of Duty generation, where people aren’t scared to mix
    genres and ideas just to see what happens. In this case, what happens
    is an entertaining balls to walls slugfest from start to finish that
    manages to do something very rare in this day and age: do something fun
    AND original.

  • haarryiNovember 14, 2015Reply

    Awful – In one word

    The title ‘Zombie Ninja vs Black Ops’ itself screams that nothing good
    will come from it. But the title is so intriguing that I had to watch
    it. I approached it with the thought that it is going to be a bad
    movie. Even with that attitude I came out very disappointed.Even very
    bad movies will have moments that you might actually enjoy. Not this
    one. It had not even a single scene that’s worth remembering or to keep
    you engaged.

    The beings in the movie, the so called Zombie Ninjas, doesn’t have any
    of the characteristics of either zombies or ninjas. The direction is
    shoddy at best. The action sequences are wasted with bad camera angles
    and too many edits. The dialogues are bad and the acting is even worse.

    It has far less action scenes for a movie in it’s genre. It is a
    wannabe action flick at best. The theme had the potential to being in a
    lot of action, but all of that potential is wasted in this. The whole
    movie is a ginormous waste of opportunity.Better to skip this one.

  • brad-47999November 22, 2015Reply

    One badass low budget movie!

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  • jj-27513January 13, 2016Reply

    Fantastic for its low budget!

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  • robertchernishFebruary 25, 2016Reply

    Gotta love it

    This is a hard theme to play, but they did a good job. While I haven’t
    watched the film entirely, I totally support what is going on with this
    film for few reasons: 1> Black Ops is tough. 2> Zombie Ninjas are even
    tougher. 3> It’s far out enough that is worth a 10. 4> There are
    naturally lots of haters on this genre. 5> This genre is new. 6> Cant
    wait for a sequel.

    Make sure to join the fan club if you wanna get a nice t-shirt!

    This is a hard theme to play, but they did a good job. While I haven’t
    watched the film entirely, I totally support what is going on with this
    film for few reasons: 1> Black Ops is tough. 2> Zombie Ninjas are even
    tougher. 3> It’s far out enough that is worth a 10. 4> There are
    naturally lots of haters on this genre. 5> This genre is new. 6> Cant
    wait for a sequel.

  • loubloom-55761February 28, 2016Reply

    Loved every minute!

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