MOVIES: Delta Zulu – Zombies VS Private Military Contractors

This looks pretty damn cool, it is a post- Apocalyptic/Zombie independent film. Noting really new right? But instead of the usual Teenagers with camcorders, Lost Army Unit or regular guy fighting the zombies it is a team of Private Military Contractors dong the brain shooting.

From what I can gather from the above trailer sometime in the near future a virus turns some 50% of the worlds population into Zombies. The infected areas are quarantined off into “Red Zones” where the Zombies apparently roam free.

The only people allowed in the Red Zones are Private Military Contractors who presumably do some sort of Contract Work for the Government. One of those groups is called “White Shield International” [har-har].  In the flick a reporter embeds with White Shield on one of their runs into the Red Zone where presumably things go wrong and people get eaten and zombies get decapitated.

As with all Indie Zombie flicks it could end up being really good, or ass horrible, from the trailer I say it could go either way. But the original idea of using PMC’s fighting the Zombies for a profit is a cool twist [they seem to be really pushing that angle in their promotional videos].

Also from the videos on their youtube Page the directors/producers seem to be taking the weapon handling and “PMC Look” seriously, they even hired a 1st Recon Battalion Marine to put the actors through a quick Boot Camp. So expect to see lots of Velcro hats, tactical nylon and tricked out guns. No word yet if the Contractor Beard will make an appearance.

One of White Shield International’s Operators [Zombie Operator?]

I could not find any info on when it comes out, But when it hits the DVD shelves I will totally check it out. take a look at their Youtube page where they have posted a bunch of other cool videos.

https://www.youtube.com/user/whiteshieldintl

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James G is a Veteran Civilian Contractor who has worked in the Middle East and Southeast Asia for way too long; he has traveled to over 50 countries chasing fortune and glory. He spends his off time in Indonesia and Virginia getting drunk, shooting guns, writing poorly written articles and Killing Zombies for the Government. James G. on FACEBOOK

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40 thoughts on “MOVIES: Delta Zulu – Zombies VS Private Military Contractors”

  1. Ha! I’m also digging the “killing zeds for fun and profit” approach. Hopefully it will be a legit movie. Thanks for the heads up!

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  2. Oh, and in case this ever goes down, I would appreciate some insider help on scoring a ZombOps contract James. Thanks in advance bro. :)

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  3. Heh heh heh Love it dude!!!

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  4. When will it be in theaters/DVD/blueray?

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  5. Zombie’s Fear The Contractor Beard ….

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    1. Holy crap, I see a new MonkeyBoy patch, “Fear the Beard”!

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  6. In the second video: anybody notice the AR with no sights at about 3:25? Must have been using the force to get hits.

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    1. or maybe that guy is the reason everyone else is wearing body armor against a foe that isn’t shooting at them….

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  7. Rule #4: Double tap. Sign me right up, dudes

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  8. This is seriously rad, thanks for sharing!

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  9. Looks cool, but I agree the actual movie could go either way… The cinematography kinda looks like a combo of Zombieland, District 9 and one of those Magpul Dynamics high speed training videos.

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  10. Looks interesting, certainly a semi-novel premised. However, assuming that the zombies in this movie operate like zombies in most other zombie flicks, wouldn’t it be smart to wear some sort of zombie bite proof body armor instead of regular body armor? If I were part of a group that goes zombie hunting I’d certainly want a light version of something resembling medieval armor; it’s not like you’d anything all that heavy since all it has to stop is a zombie bite which shouldn’t take much more than some sturdy nylon or maybe a few layers of kevlar.

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    1. That’s what I’ve always thought . . . wouldn’t head to toe chain mail be the best defense against a zombie???? Chain mail made out of Ti would be cool.

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  11. Oh so keep us in the loop on the release of this movie.

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  12. Guys – have to remember, this film has a budget of $10 grand. If the trailer is accurate, it should be a decent movie considering the budget.

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  13. One thing about $10 grand movies, that makes tem great. The actors and crew definately put some heart into it!!

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  14. OOH RAH!!!

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  15. Zed’s fear the Contractor in The multicam 511 tux !

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  16. oh no!! Somebody mentioned “multicam”. Time to kick a kitten!!

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  17. The slightly fake scottish accent reminded me of Shadow Company and the James Ashcroft voiceover in a slightly amusing way…

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    1. Thing with that is that they actually got Gerard Butler (pre 300) to do the voiceover. Butler – Glaswegian.

      [I just realised I'm DB of the day. With that out of the way there isn't enough money in the world to make me face zombies. I mean, I'm afraid of ticks and lice n' shit.]

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  18. LMAO will have to have a look when it comes out.

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    1. Enehiitlngng the world, one helpful article at a time.

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  19. In the old Hammer Films vampire flicks, they always had a few big breasted hotties as vampires whose sole purpose seemed to be to lounge around in filmy clothes and pose for the movie poster ads… so how come we never see zombie hotties? Maybe it’s just hard to look hot if your parts are falling off or you have saliva dribbling out of your mouth? Although I’d sooner make it with a rotting zombie gal than say, Lady Gagag… or Chas Bono.

    The flick looks like it might be amusing. Let’s hope!

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  20. Sure, contractors v. zombies is all fine and dandy. But, for real entertainment value; nothing beats Nazis from the dark side of the moon!!!!

    http://ironsky.net/

    This one is going to be a “must see”!

    Y’all take care,

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  21. Thank you to everyone for reading this article and checking out what DELTA ZULU is all about. More is on the way!

    Thank you again,
    Adam Hlavac
    Executive Producer (Delta Zulu)

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  22. Awesome!!!…

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  23. if there are strippers in here then it will be one of the best films made!

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  24. if there are strippers in here then it will be one of the best films made!  

    Yah – Zombie Strippers : When they take it off, they take it ALL off….down to the bone!

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  25. Onething about $10 grand movies, that makes tem great.The actors and crew definately put some heart into it!!  

    Truer words have never been spoke; I’ve BEEN in a few $10-50 grand movies and done extra work on a couple big budget Hollywood flicks. DEFINITELY more pure heart in the former.

    (Netflix has one of my lower end of the budget spectrum films. It started life as “Bullets, Blood and a Fist Full of Cash” but is now simply “CA$H”, directed by Sam Akina. I play 2 featured characters, both of whom get murdered by the hero. Lotsa guns, guts and explosions. Check it out next time yer bored.

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  26. I just got me a copy of the classic 1974 made for television movie, “Killdozer”.

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  27. Totally badd asssss…my kinda training, thanx for sharing. When do I get to come out and “play” too ?!?!?!??

    Sgt Dave

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  28. I take it that the “har-har” when referring to the fictional security company in the film is a pun on another company?

    Regardless, I look forward to films release. Looks thoroughly entertaining!

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  29. A new clip from the film is up on YouTube. Please remember to SHARE, FAVORITE and SUBSCRIBE. Thank you all for your support!

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SsdQVNBBVjs

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  30. panzerhund0311 – i know who THAT handle must belong to… PH, how’s it going? I’m changing out two more supervisors… This place eats them up. Jerry and John still hanging tough.

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  31. Hey Rob…You must have me confused with someone else..I’m just a lonely old bastard from Philadelphia who checks out this site to relive my old glory days of being a bad ass..However, I have been looking forward to reading your book! Its on my “to read” list! Cheers from KILLADELPHIA…

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    1. I have a buddy who uses your handle occasionally as a callsign and he’s an 0311! Small world … Well, shit, buy the book already. I think there are 6 left at Amazon…

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      1. Wow….another panzerhund0311 in the world? Thats pretty cool man…wonder is he’s my bother from another mother? and I’m gettin the book too dammit!

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  32. Rob, I’m reading your book now. Only a few chapters in so far, but loving it already. Highly recommended to other DVM viewers.

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  33. Craig, make sure you review it for me on Amazon! If you want a signed /numbered bookplate for it, drop me a note via my website.
    Any and all plugs on FB / to your address book, on blogs, etc., greatly appreciated. i have zero time to market…trying to finish #2 (which is on three separate trips into Sudan with the SPLA)

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