Dead 7 (2016)

Director
Danny Roew

Main cast
Nick Carter; Carrie Keagan; Joey Fatone; A.J. McLean; Howie Dorough

Genres
Horror, TV Movie, Western

Description
A ragtag group of gunslingers try to make their way in a post-apocalyptic world. The twist to this world is that it’s just not barren and dangerous, it’s also filled with flesh-eating zombies. The gunslingers will find themselves stranded in a town and forced to make a choice on either to save the citizens of the town or save themselves.


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