Starting today, Season 4 of Zombie Apocalypse series Z Nation (subtitled “It’ good to be alive!”) can be purchased as a DVD, Blu-Ray as well as on VoD portals in Germany, Austria and Switzerland. Season 4 catapults the heroes of Z Nation two years into the future and makes the previous zombie apocalypse look like a walk …
In Season 4, Warren (Kellita Smith) and Murphy (Keith Allan) suddenly find themselves back in “Zona” two years into the future, an apparently safe haven for super-rich on an island. While the rest of the group must assert themselves against the undead and the Zona military, Warren tries to find a conspiracy on the track. Disturbing dream images of “black rain” guide them on a new mission. On their escape, the survivors not only have to solve the grim mystery of Zona, but fight against superzombies that make their previous experiences like a relaxing walk. The fourth season of the cult zombie series hit brings some new variants of the undead plague, such as zombie clowns, super zombies and crazy zombies, the “Mad-Zs” into play …
After a short break, we finally continue with the most successful zombie series in the world besides “The Walking Dead” and “Fear The Walking Dead“! For all fans is of course also Season 4 with the same elaborate presentation bez. Menu design, artwork, reversible cover and bonus material available.
In the new episodes of the cult zombie series fans can not only look forward to zombie clowns and evolved Mad-Zs, but also to guest appearances by horror icon Michael Berryman (“The Hills Have Eyes,” “The Devil’s Rejects”) and cult -Music Henry Rollins (“Heat”, “Bad Boys II”)!
Season 5 is already scheduled for September 2019.
The Z Nation series begins at a time when a zombie virus has almost completely eradicated humanity. The last hope for a positive change rests on Murphy – the only known survivor of a zombie attack. But the potential savior Murphy carries not only the coveted antibodies in itself, but also a dangerous secret – and a lot of bad mood.
The initiators of the Z Nation series, Karl Schaefer and Craig Engler, describe the series as an attempt “to bring the fun back into the zombie genre, which they have become too serious through TV series like “The Walking Dead“.”