Was expecting a cheap budget on this one, and it is, but that doesn't give us a cheap feel. Actors unknown to me, which I think adds to the realism, do a fair job of helping create the atmosphere I like in a zombie/rage virus movie. Not quite sure about the cover ???? There are no massed zombie hordes and don't remember the attack copter !! Probably sold them a few more copies, but this one should sell on it's own merits. Centered around a small group survivors trapped in their flats overlooking the courtyard of their Berlin apartment block. And the courtyards full of rage virus victims who, as usual, are just so miffed off they all wanna eat you, and that includes a hungry policeman so you know it's bad !. I won't say too much, but we have a young hero plumber, a strange tattooed man, a tragic love story, and the angry & hungry ones to keep you interested. Not much over an hour long, it manages to bring back the feeling of the closed, small world, nightmare that Romero portrayed so well in his first movies. Not a blockbuster, but if you enjoy a good storyline, realistic characters, and don't rely on a splatterfest to regard a horror movie as good, then you should certainly give this a go. German with sub-titles by the way.