Rammbock (2010) – Review, Rating and Synopsis

Rammbock 2010 Movie

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Rammbock (2010) – Review, Rating and Synopsis

  • Release Date:  2010
  • Genre:  Zombie
  • Cast & Crew: Michael Fuith, Theo Trebs, Anka Graczyk, Emily Cox, Andreas Schröders, Katelijne Philips-Lebon, Steffen Münster, Brigitte Kren, Sebastian Achilles, Jörn Hentschel, Katharina Rivilis, Harald Geil, Arno Kölker, Carsten Behrendt, Glen Curtis.
  • Director:  Marvin Kren
  • Screenwriter:  Benjamin Hessler

Rammbock 2010 Movie Rating:

  • Eloise = 7 / 10;
  • Raoul = 8 / 10;
  • IMDb = 6.3/10;
  • Rotten Tomatoes = 8.8/10;

Rammbock 2010  Synopsis:

A man goes to Berlin to reconquer his ex-girlfriend. As he arrives at her place, a zombie outbreak creates panic and forces everyone to seek refuge in their apartment.

Rammbock 2010 Movie Review:

Congratulations to “Rammbock” which was made with the budget of a sitcom (200.000euros) and managed to be one of the best zombie movies of the last couple of years

The movie is a basic zombie movie, with zombie breaking in, people running and hiding, some getting eventually caught, etc. As for most of these movies, the atmosphere here is really tense, no problem with that.

Now let’s go to what is really special about Berlin Undead. The virus itself is really special, it is only activated once the victims generate some adrenaline and therefore when they get angry! This simple twist results in scenes rather unusual, such as the hunt for sedative pills.

Then there are a lot of other innovative ideas, such as the use of light to fight the zombie. This totally breaks the rules of a normal zombie movie, and I loved it.

In the overcrowded zombie movie world, this small German flick managed to make its place within the best, thanks to its great ideas. The only downside may be that 60 min of it it’s just not enough, but short and intense than long and boring!

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