13/13/13 is a 2013 American horror film written and directed by James Cullen Bressack for The Asylum productions.
Trae Ireland, Erin Coker, Jody Barton, J. Scott, Bill Voorhees, Tiffany Martinez, Jared Cohn, Calico Cooper.
For millennia, calendars have added an extra day every four years. In doing so, they violated the ancient Mayan calendar. Now we are in the 13th month of the 13th year of the new millennium, and the few who survive will battle a world of demons…
” … a bloody intense film that has shades of a family drama as well as apocalyptic overtones. This is a sharp, gory horror film with star making performances by Barton, Ireland, and Coker and an eye popping cameo by Jessica Cameron. Worth a watch for all involved.” Christopher M. Jimenez, Sinful Celluloid
“13/13/13 stretches itself out by having the leads kill more time than they do infected humans. The rest of the space is filled with more moments of maniacal laughing than an army of funhouse fat ladies at a supervillain convention. Between that and the absurd overacting, one wonders if the film might be trying to drive the viewer as batty as the cast. Anyone left with any sanity by the film’s end will learn that the movie is a schizophrenic zombie itself.” Culture Crypt
” … those looking for on-screen deaths should look no further because this film has a metric ton. The special effects are hit and miss but it does not take away from this bloody flick. Overall, Bressack delivers another film that feels like a punch to throat and does not let up. I highly recommend this one!” Blacktooth, Horror Society
“ … a take on The Crazies with supernatural twists. Unfortunately, it’s The Asylum’s take on that film, which means a tiny budget, brief shooting schedule and lack of quality talent, which results in the failure to deliver a compelling story. When the dialogue isn’t groan-inducing, the neverending score is just as grating to listen to. The filmmakers spend too much time showing people sitting around and laughing at each other because, well, they’ve gone bonkers.” J.D. Smith, Fangoria
“13/13/13 is typical The Asylum style film making. It’s silly. It knows it’s silly. And if you got it, flaunt it. All in all this movie will appeal to many of the same people who liked the movies mentioned previously. You’ll find plenty of cheesy dialogue, terrible acting, buckets of blood, and moments that will have you laughing out loud. Just one memorable line: “we’re all a little bit Asian”. GraveDave, Life After Undeath