Spectacular African landscapes help this uber-grisly zombie movie overcome an obviously low budget as well as an inexperienced cast. And the filmmakers do everything they can to spice it up, even though they never quite break free of the formula.

As the last whites evacuate to Europe, a plane crash leaves one survivor: American engineer Brian (Freeman), who's heading home to his wife and daughter (Richardson and Ford-Brister). Marauding gangs of the undead are causing carnage across West Africa, so Brian teams up with local soldier Daniel (Osei), who's looking for his son (Hama). Heading north through the chaos, they find a village of survivors with a friendly chief (Dontoh) who helps them catch their breath before continuing their search for both Daniel's son and a way out of Africa.

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