’S.O.Z. Soldiers or Zombies’ Trailer Finds the Undead in the Mexican Desert!! Check It Out!!

Amazon Studios has released the official trailer for their upcoming science-fiction action series, S.O.Z. Soldiers or Zombies. The new eight-episode thriller stars Sergio Peris-Mencheta (Life Itself), Fátima Molina (Who Killed Sara?), and Horacio García Rojas (Narcos: Mexico), and puts a new twist on the idea of an undead army, set in the arid heat of the Mexican desert.

When a team of soldiers attempts to capture charismatic drug lord, Alonso Marroquín, who has escaped from a Mexican prison to avoid extradition, they are met with the terrible result of a United States genetic experiment gone wrong. After encountering a pig infected with the results of the experiment, the soldiers are transformed into unstoppable, undead machines, and the series becomes a war between one of Mexico’s most unpredictable drug cartels and a horde of zombies.

“They weren’t killed,” says the American scientist responsible for the virus. “They were infected. They’re highly mobile, and they’re out there.” All-out war erupts throughout the trailer, not only between Marroquín and the zombie-soldiers, but also from the American government, in an attempt to capture and eliminate the monsters they’ve created.

Directed by Rigoberto Castañeda, the dual Spanish-English language series also stars Adria Morales, Toby Schmitz, Steve Wilcox, James Moses Black, Jorge Jiménez, and Vico Ortiz. The series is produced by Nico Entel, Miguel Tejada-Flores, Andrés Calderón, Juan Uruchurtu, and María José Gómez. The series’ soundtrack includes a wide variety of artists, from Elton John and T. Rex to Nine Inch Nails and The 1975, and features a brand new title song, “S.O.Z: No Estamos Muertos”, performed by Mexican artists El Alemán and La Peblada.

S.O.Z. Soldiers or Zombies will premiere exclusively on Amazon Prime Video on August 6. Watch the full trailer below.


via Collider

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