Help clear out all the unanswered questions!

Welcome to NameThatMovie, a Q&A site for movie lovers and experts alike.


- Please italicize complete works, like so: Jaws, for movies, TV shows, etc. and use quotations for partial works, which are only part of a complete work, like so: "Hey Jude", for songs, episodes, segments, etc.

- When referencing a movie title or actor's name etc., please place next to it (or below it), the corresponding URL from IMDb or Wikipedia. Please use canonical URLs.

Preferred answer format example.
(answer format and depth of information provided may vary from question to question and different question/discussion types)

- If you're not at least above 50% positive about an answer or are just asking follow-up questions or providing general information, please post it as a comment instead.

- While we're happy to have R language and references, please treat each other PG.

- Only the person who asked the question may decide if an answer is the "Best Answer" or not.

If you're here asking a question please be courteous enough to pick a Best Answer (by clicking on the star next to the correct answer) or at the very least follow up.

If you find the answer yourself elsewhere you can post the answer to your own question.

Remember that this is a community, you could very well help someone else that is also looking for the same thing.

Thank you and have fun!

More tips and tricks for using NTM.


20 - Best Answer
05 - Posting/Selecting an Answer
01 - Asking a Question

zombie / single military guy

This was a short movie, probably under 20m, and maybe under 5m.

Setup was a guy, military, in camo, shooting zombies.  He had a rule, "You can tell them by the way they walk", and he shot down several.  One took a long time to limp its way towards him.  He was by a railroad track/cut at some point during this short, either at the beginning, or at the end.  He was doing voice-over, telling how the world had gone downhill, and how all he had to live for was to keep killing zombies.

For some reason he had to go into a house (maybe he needed water?).  In any case he screwed up and ran out of ammo / didn't reload correctly / had a jam, and was surprised by a zombie(s).  He had to fight hand-to-hand, and ended up spraining his ankle.  He managed to get away, and get out of the house.


** spoiler **


He's then limping his way away from danger, when he gets head-shot... by another single soldier, who says, "You can tell them by the way they walk".


** spoiler **

I *think* I may have watched this on youtube, but it's not in my youtube history (I also searched YT for zombie and checked all the results).  It's possible it was on another free site that has mainstream movies, but I tried searching the usual suspects and came up dry.
asked Nov 20, 2016 in Name That Short by justanotherbiblioph (6 points)
edited Nov 21, 2016 by justanotherbiblioph

1 Answer

I am almost sure this is the video you want because it's the same story but with civilians instead soldiers unless they copy the original video story.

Perished - short zombie film
answered Nov 20, 2016 by explo (16 points)
edited Nov 20, 2016 by explo
Wow, literally the same plot device (although the fall/jump was the proximate cause of the injury vs. a fight) - but totally NOT the one I'd seen.  I'd gone past that one in my youtube search, because none of the visuals were what I'd seen before.