Zombies Rise Again With Dead Rising: Endgame

You might not know it but Dead Rising had a feature film made a few years back called Dead Rising: Watchtower, a straight-to-streaming film. It seems that the movie was successful enough that they made a sequel called Dead Rising: Endgame.

And we’ve got the trailer for it right here. Check it out:

The synopsis for the film reads as follows:

“The sequel to the horror hit inspired by the Capcom video game franchise, Dead Rising: Endgame drops us into the zombie-infested quarantine zone of East Mission City where investigative reporter Chase Carter must stop a secret government conspiracy which, though seemingly aimed at ending the country’s zombie epidemic, will also kill millions of civilians.”

Jesse Metcalfe makes his return as Chase Carter and will be joined by returning casts Keegan Connor Tracy as Jordan Blair and Dennis Haysbert as General Lyons. They will be joined by newcomers Billy Zane and Maria Avgeropoulos as scientist Rand and “expert hacker” Sandra Lowe respectively.

Dead Rising: Endgame is directed by Pat Williams (Continuum) and written by Michael Ferris (Terminator Salvation) with Legendary Digital Media and Sony Pictures producing.

Source: IGN

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