屍城 (Zombie Fight Club) (Blu-ray release 2014-12-22) is a waste of time. This is shot in Hong Kong by a Tai Wan director. Strangely enough, most of the time the characters speak English and Mandarin, far more than Cantonese used in Hong Kong.
In the first hour of the movie, a bunch of random unrelated people, trapped in the same building, ran from and/or attacked by zombies. Every scene is filled with blood, gore, violence, disgusting stuff, crazy people doing crazy stuff, cleavage, and a combination of them. This is not really a problem for a zombie movie, but the fatal flaw is that all these happen without good stories or characters that the audience care for.
In the second part of the movie, suddenly a civilian survivor in the first part becomes a leader of the underground society, controls all resources, and holds other survivors as slaves. He rose to power for absolutely no reason. Anyway, the movie is only concerned about having the protagonists fight in an underground arena against the zombies, to provide entertainment for the leader. Although the idea here is marginally more inventive, the pace actually slows down, and provides no new excitement.
After enduring the whole thing, it does not even present a proper ending. The movie poster clearly reflects that the only thing potentially worth seeing in this movie is Jessica C, a pretty model. However, when covered with blood, dirt, etc. her beauty is wasted here. In fact, the production quality is also respectable for an Asian production, but it is sadly wasted by the terrible screenplay.