DREAD and Epic Pictures deliver a hyper-stylish and bloody zombie thriller with the must-have REDCON-1 Bu-Ray. Co-writer/director Chee Keong Cheung captures an adrenaline-pumped team on the warpath against the undead. 

After a deadly viral outbreak, an elite squad of special force soldiers must infiltrate a quarantine zone to rescue a scientist who holds the only cure to save mankind. In a last attempt to contain the mutated virus, they launch a final strike against the infected, risking all of humanity in the process.

Here are 5 reasons you should get REDCON-1 on Blu-Ray:

5) Zombies!


Are you a huge fan of zombie movies like I am? Chee Keong Cheung co-wrote the horror flick with Steve Horvath and Mark Strange. Speeding through the explanatory rules of the zombie apocalypse, they are able to focus more on the action and kill scenes. And guess what? If you love the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles as much as I do, Kevin Eastman is onboard as well as executive producer here too!

4) The Team!

Oris Erhuero, Carlos Gallardo, Katarina Leigh Waters, Martyn Ford, and Joshua Dickinson pack genuine muscle and badass bravado as a military team. Notice how they manage to wok united as one, even while getting their own special zombie kill. Plus Carlos Gallardo gets a chance to sing like he did in El Mariachi!

3) Oris Erhuero!

I don’t want to say too much but Chee Keong Cheung, Steve Horvath, and Mark Strange have put together two movies in one for audiences. Captain Marcus Stanton (Oris Erhuero) finds himself on a road trip with a lost little girl. Stanton (Erhuero) struggles to find hope and purpose after losing everything dear to him. 

2) Zombie Action!

REDCON-1 moves at high speed with nonstop bloody action and spectacular zombie kills. Horror fans are absolutely going to enjoy watching zombies getting shot at and their heads bashed with a sledgehammer!

1) The Special Features!

-Interview with Kevin Eastman

-Behind-The-Scenes Featurettes

-Cast & Crew Interviews

-Festival Videos

-Trailer & more!

REDCON-1 is now available on Blu-Ray and VOD.

By Jorge Solis