Yesterday (2009)
After outrunning and outdriving the zombie hoards, the different groups of survivors become holed up in a grocery store for what is to be the final stand-off against the undead, but decide to escape the city and head for the safety of the wilderness. It's like Dawn of the Dead meets
Genre: Action,Comedy,Drama,Horror,Thriller
Director: Rob Grant
Release Date: September 30, 2009
Producers: Scott Mainwood
Actors: Graham Wardle,P. Lynn Johnson,Bill Murdoch,Mike Kovac,Mike Fenske,John Fitzgerald,Naomi Inglis,Zia Marashi,Shaun Omaid,Justin Sproule,Scott Wallis,Jesse Wheeler
             
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