Sniper Corpse, A Shot In The Right Direction
Sniper Corpse Film Details
Director: Keith R. Robinson
Writer: Keith R. Robinson
Release Date: 2018
Release Format: Film Festivals worldwide
MPAA Rating: N/A
Running Time: 1hr 22min
Social Networking: Facebook
“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…”
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!
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.