These plans are never as easy as they should be...especially, as we all know, during a zombie apocalypse. To get to the airfield, this ragtag group must travel through Dahmer. The residents of Dahmer feasted on eaters, and now have become maniacal mutants. Fortunately for our team, Hunter is bad-a**, and he is of the philosophy of "Nothing puts a smile on my face like a mid-day massacre." He partakes in these massacres of eaters and mutants using firearms, blades, chainsaws, and motor vehicles. Fr. Jesus sums up Hunter the best, "Anyone that can survive Hell, they gotta be one ruthless, mean, son of a b****."
Of course their trek through Dahmer isn't without gory incident. Our group must survive a chainsaw-wielding mutant cannibal with a sick sense of humor. With Alison and Hunter bonding so well, will Fast Lane Debby (the stripper) find her niche in the post-apocalyptic wasteland? With most of the world's population eaten or turned, is Fr. Jesus now one of the top five candidates to be the next Pope? The acting is terrific and appropriately moody for this end-of-the-world saga. See "Zombie Hunter" and have a ball with the Noah-like character of Fr. Trejo and avoid the weird "Noah" movie that just graced our movie theaters.