TITLE: Rammbock (Rammbock: Berlin Undead)
DIRECTOR: Marvin Kren
Rammbock is a straight-forward German zombie movie, that's short in length (64 minutes), and completely watchable, but doesn't really stand out in any way.
While the film isn't very special - it serves up all the standard zombie ingredients, with formulaic survival plotting - it is well made, and still a fairly enjoyable watch.
TYPE OF ZOMBIE, OR ACTUAL ZOMBIES?: Pretty standard zombies here, just looking to bite you, not eat your brains though, and their virus can be curbed by taking sedatives and avoiding anything to spike your adrenaline.
EFFECTS: Solid, with effective dead white eyes, and some sinister foam and slobber.
STRAIGHT REVIEW: NOT RECOMMENDED
ZOMBIE FAN REVIEW: MILDLY RECOMMENDED
Rammbock has average to good characterization, which helps keep you engaged in the zombie survival plot, but not enough to make you care too much, or put much of a scare into you. Zombie fans should enjoy it for the solid craft at work, and a few nice new ideas at play.