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Language  French
5.6/10 IMDb

Genre  Comedy, Horror
Country  France
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Director  Thierry Poiraud Benjamin Rocher
Release date  27 February 2014 (2014-02-27) (France)
Writer  Tristan Schulmann (scenario), Nicolas Peufaillit (original story), Quoc Dang Tran (original scenario), Marie Garel Weiss (original scenario), Ismael Sy Savane (original scenario), Laetitia Trapet (original scenario), Helene Tolede-Couronne (script consultant)
Initial release  February 27, 2014 (France)
Directors  Thierry Poiraud, Benjamin Rocher
Initial DVD release  June 10, 2014 (Netherlands)
Music director  Frederic Kooshmanian, Thomas Couzinier
Cast  Alban Lenoir (Sam Lorit), Charlie Bruneau (Solène), Tiphaine Daviot (Cléo), Ahmed Sylla (Idriss Diago), Bruno Salomone (Marco, l'agent d'Idriss), Patrick Ligardes (Coubert)
Similar movies  Maze Runner: The Scorch Trials, Hotel Transylvania 2, World War Z, Rammbock: Berlin Undead, Zombie Isle, Hotel Transylvania
Tagline  Soccer is a team sport, not the survival

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A football match turns into a bloody battle for survival when a virus turns players and spectators into zombies.

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Goal of the Dead is 2014 French horror comedy directed by Thierry Poiraud and Benjamin Rocher; written by Tristan Schulmann, Marie Garel Weiss, Quoc Dang Tran, Ismael Sy Savane, and Laetitia Trapet; and starring Alban Lenoir, Charlie Bruneau, Tiphaine Daviot, Ahmed Sylla, and Alexandre Philip as association football players and fans who must battle zombies when the entire stadium becomes infected.

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First half: For the Olympique de Paris soccer team, this away match scheduled against Caplongue was merely supposed to be one last chore before the end of the professional season. Yet no one could ever have imagined that an unknown rabies-like infection was going to spread like wildfire, turning this small town’s inhabitants into ultra-violent and highly contagious creatures. For Samuel, the former golden boy who is nearing retirement, Idriss, the arrogant wunderkind, Coubert, the team’s depressed coach and Solène, the young ambitious journalist, this will turn into the most important confrontation of their lives. Second half: While the rabid supporters prowl about Caplongue, which is in a state of ruin, another nightmare begins for Sam. Barricaded in the police station with other survivors, he has to face the young Cléo, his grumpy father, and Solène, who hasn't forgotten him this time. Meanwhile, Idriss and Marco, hidden in the stadium, look for a way to escape.

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Plot

When a former local star returns home to play a match, he receives a hostile welcome. One of the local players is injected with infected steroids before the match, and he goes on a violent rampage. The stadium quickly turns into a massacre, and virus spreads to both players and spectators. The few uninfected humans battle to survive against the bloodthirsty zombies.

Cast

  • Alban Lenoir as Sam Lorit
  • Charlie Bruneau as Solene
  • Tiphaine Daviot as Cleo
  • Ahmed Sylla as Idriss Diago
  • Alexandre Philip as Pitt
  • Bruno Salomone as Marco
  • Patrick Ligardes as Coubert
  • Xavier Laurent as Manu Litrac
  • Sebastien Vandenberghe as Jeannot
  • Release

    Goal of the Dead premiered 27 February 2014 in France, where it was released as two separate films. The two films were later combined for its festival screenings. International theatrical release dates are expected to coincide with the 2014 FIFA World Cup in June. It is scheduled to be released on home video in the UK on 7 July 2014.

    Reception

    Jordan Mintzer of The Hollywood Reporter called it an "amusing and gory" film that suffers for its length. Andrew Pollard of Starburst rated it 8/10 stars and wrote, "Despite its ludicrous-sounding plot, Goal of the Dead is a massively enjoyable movie." Ben Bussey of Brutal as Hell called it "a perfectly entertaining film" that is "far longer than any light-hearted comedy horror movie really needs to be".

    References

    Goal of the Dead Wikipedia
    Goal of the Dead IMDb Goal of the Dead themoviedb.org


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