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VIVA BERLIN! (2011) Web Series Trailer: Moritz Mohr

Viva Berlin

Viva Berlin! Trailer. Moritz Mohr‘s Viva Berlin! (2011) web series trailer stars Jens Atzorn, Christian Blümel, Ralph Herforth, Alissa Jung, and Yûho Yamashita. Viva Berlin! plot synopsis: “An unknown plague is rapidly spreading in Berlin. All its carriers turn into blood-thirsty zombies who feed off the uninfected. After a short time, ninety five percent of the population is dead or undead; Berlin’s face has changed entirely. VIVA BERLIN! is Germany’s first serious attempt at a zombie project. The series consists of five mini-episodes – horror stories without a single soft spot. The ultimate genre experience – as hard and unsparing as true zombie fans appreciate it.”

This looks cool, as violent as The Walking Dead and Planet Terror. The sniper in this web series trailer is very skilled.

Watch the Viva Berlin! movie trailer below and leave your thoughts on them in the comments section. For more Viva Berlin! photos, videos, and information, visit our Viva Berlin! Page. Viva Berlin! will supposedly air on the Internet sometime in the future.

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  • This looks good. I have always thought wearing a motorcycle helmet in a ZA would be a good idea.

    I don’t think this is the first serious zombie production from German though. There has been Siege of the Dead and I know that War of the Dead was filmed near there.

    Final thought: I think it looks vicious.

  • I am not sure about German production quote but I would love something like this on HBO.

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