Sniper Corpse Trailer Aims At Retro Action Horror Direction

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Sniper Corpse, A Shot In The Right Direction

Sniper Corpse Film DetailsDecayMag.com Sniper Corpse Keith R. Robinson

Director: Keith R. Robinson

Writer: Keith R. Robinson

Release Date: 2018

Release Format: Film Festivals worldwide

MPAA Rating: N/A

Genre: Horror

Running Time: 1hr 22min

Social Networking: Facebook

Overview:

“The Government is using dead soldiers for Top Secret missions. The widow of one of them is determined to find out where her husband’s body has disappeared to. Then the bodies start to realize that they are actually dead and that they want revenge…”

First Impressions:

An innovative storyline for the zombie genre! In my personal experience, the movies of the undead are usually brain-hungry with no talent except walking at a turtle’s pace. Every once in a while you’ll get your “hurdlers” but not often. In Sniper Corpse the undead were former militia soldiers who are now indestructible snipers inclined to win.
A widow goes looking for the body of her husband but comes across a corpse that wants to naturally, end his new unjust life and be properly buried by his family with honor.

Sniper Corpse has satisfactory special effects with CGI blood that does uphold well as does the sniper gunfire action. The make-up and costume department did an outstanding job with creating the undead soldiers, I believe this will be the greatest aspect of the film. I can see the film is inspired by 1980’s sci-fi style of filming from the camera quality to the curious storyline. The encouraging soundtrack composed by Matt Chapman is a great element and glues together my curiosity to watch Sniper Corpse!

In conclusion

Would I watch Sniper Corpse? Yes, I would. I admit the writing and directing of Keith R. Robinson has my curiosity along with the believable acting of Eleri Jones, Kit Smith, and Jordan Murphy.

This is the second film from Other Dimension Films LTD after Silverhide (2013) which was distributed on DVD by 101 Film LTD in Australia and the UK.

3 COMMENTS

  1. SNIPER CORPSE- PLEASE IGNORE BAD REVIEW’S, THEY ARE PURPOSELY BEING LEFT BY IMMATURE AND BITTER PERSONS WHICH HASN’T GONE UNNOTICED IN THE FILM COMMUNITY. THANK YOU TO THOSE WHO ACTUALLY PUT IN THE EFFORT FOR THIS FILM. YOU’RE EFFORTS HAVEN’T GONE UNNOTICED AND I WISH YOU ALL SUCCESS IN THE FUTURE, AND TO THOSE WHO CHOSE TO SABOTAGE THIS FILM, GROW UP AND TAKE YOUR HEAD OUT OF THE CLOUDS, IMMATURITY GETS YOU NOWHERE IN THIS INDUSTRY. THANK YOU

  2. SNIPER CORPSE: I wish someone had plucked my eyes out before I’d seen this! This is a shocking waste of time and money; another bottom feeder I sat through. I would gladly say this is the worst film ever but, the previous offering from this lot, “Silverhide” was even worse. If for a moment you could imagine Universal soldier filmed by a Donkey in a field mounting another Donkey at night then that would be close to the mark. There is not one single, original concept in this whole attrocity they call a film and it shows. The visualusation was clearly produced by a sock puppet inside another sock puppet. And re-enforce this point, some of the dialogue has been recorded through a two way radio. It is totally unintelligible so you are unable to follow any lingering doubt of a plot. What you hear is some rambling monologue of white noise. I also have no idea what was going on with the score, some of the audio effects were clearly composed by pre-schoolers. At least that gave me a bit of a laugh. The only people I do feel sorry for in all this are the actors, who were clearly given no direction whatsoever (This Director hasn’t a clue). You can’t even feel for the characters as they have no redeemable qualities and are portrayed as dead pan, featureless entities. If you want to waste money on this abomination then good luck to you. That’s 84 minutes of my life I won’t get back; you’ve been warned! I give this a rating of 0.

  3. This film follows a widow who is looking for answers after her husband was reported dead, but his body was never recovered. She is led, through an unexplained source, to a base where a military operation is conducting something very sinister, which unravels as the film continues.

    I really enjoyed this film – great plot, acting and direction, with a few special effects thrown in (which are not always easy to achieve on a low-budget set). From the start, the storyline had me hooked and I was keen to see what was coming next. Also sympathised with the characters, which shows great writing and direction, as well as fab acting from the cast.

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