Zombie films

Review: Zombie Tidal Wave is an entertaining entry into undead cinema

Zombie Tidal Wave is a horror-comedy film directed by Anthony C. Ferrante and produced by the Syfy channel. The movie follows a group of survivors who must fight off a horde of zombies that are washed ashore by a massive tidal wave. The film stars Ian Ziering, who also produced the movie, as the protagonist Hunter Shaw, a fisherman who leads the fight against the undead.

The film is an entertaining and engaging entry in the zombie genre. The plot is simple yet effective, with the tidal wave providing a unique twist on the typical zombie outbreak scenario. The action sequences are well-choreographed and thrilling, and the special effects are impressive, particularly given the film’s low budget.

The performances from the cast are solid, with Ziering delivering a strong lead performance as the resourceful and determined Hunter Shaw. The supporting cast also provides strong performances, with standout performances from Erich Chikashi Linzbichler as the eccentric scientist Sica and Shelton Jolivette as the tough and capable firefighter Berger.

Zombie Tidal Wave strikes a good balance between horror and comedy, with plenty of gore and scares for horror fans, as well as humor and witty one-liners to lighten the mood. The film also pays homage to classic zombie movies and pop culture references, adding to the overall fun and entertainment value.

Overall, Zombie Tidal Wave is a fun and entertaining film that delivers on its promise of a zombie-filled tidal wave adventure. The film may not be a cinematic masterpiece, but it is a solid and enjoyable entry in the zombie genre that will satisfy fans of horror-comedy movies.

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