Rammbock (also Rammbock: Berlin Undead and Siege of the Dead) is a 2010 German horror film directed by Marvin Kren (de), written by Benjamin Hessler, and starring Michael Fuith, Theo Trebs, Anka Graczyk, and Emily Cox as survivors of a rage virus in Berlin. Besides its native Germany, it was theatrically released in Austria, the UK, and the US.
Rotten Tomatoes, a review aggregator, reports that 89% of nine surveyed critics gave Rammbock a positive review; the average rating was 7.2/10. Boyd van Hoeij of Variety called it “singular enough to please more than just die-hard zombie fans.” G. Allen Johnson of the San Francisco Chronicle rated it 4/5 stars and called it “intriguing and skillfully made”.
Rammbock Horror movie
Marc Savlov of the Austin Chronicle rated it 3/5 stars and wrote that “although it adds little to the already overflowing canon of zombie-genre tropes, its brief running time is chock-full o’ guts.”Gareth Jones of Dread Central rated it 3.5/5 stars and wrote that the story, characters, and performances make up for the lack of gore and derivative setup. Sifu Scott, also of Dread Central, rated it 4/5 stars and wrote that the film uses many familiar zombie tropes, but the execution makes it a film “not to be missed.” Scott Weinberg of Fearnet called it “compelling but slightly unsatisfying”.James Mudge of Beyond Hollywood wrote that the film distinguishes itself only by its German setting.