Battle of the Damned Reviews
The film is about as literal as it gets, which is Dolph Lundgren shooting things, zombies and robots along with a lot of randomness.
Battle of the Damned was probably made for R500. I’m actually being generous and quoting on the higher side. This is a sort of movie that makes Asylum products like Sharknado look like James Cameron action film; it’s that cheap and tacky. It’s ridiculous and in fact, mysterious that it got a theatrical release, that too in India.
To watch `Battle of the Damned` is like rotting in hell with zombies, killer robots, obtuse-damned survivors and an overdose of innate absurdity that is prevalent in the film. Overall "Battle of the Damned" can be strictly avoided, as it seems like a long drawn trailer of a hackneyed zombie film with no flesh!
If you enjoy campy sci-fi or action movies, Battle of the Damned is right up your alley. Blood, guts and over-the-top dialogue make it an entertaining watch for fans of the genre. However, if you’re actually looking for a good apocalyptic movie to watch, this film isn’t for you.