horrible virus is going around making
people sick, spitting out blood and then
dying with very few survivors left and
have to deal with the shock of the
apocalypse, and they have no idea that
things are about to get much worse.
Three of them named Michael (Dexter
Fletcher), Carl (Dickson Tolson) and Emma
(Lana Kamenov) are discovering after the
people die they are resurrected into
zombies at first seeming harmless but it
seems that they begin to get their most
basic senses back and this makes them
much more dangerous and so the three
travel to a countryside thinking they are
free from them but more and more of them
starts to find where they are as well as
discovering that these zombies are
attracted to light and sound so these
three have to live in darkness and quiet
in order to stay alive.
We spot some good
camera shots on Michael driving his vehicle as well as looking
around spotting some crashed up vehicles
and dead bodies lying around. There's
also good takes on him carrying his dead
family on a bed.
There's also many good takes on some people sneezing and coughing out blood in
classrooms or work areas which looked
We spot a good shot looking down on a local dressed as a clown walking into a
community shelter area with the camera
zooming up on him acting very obnoxious
and paranoid which was also well done.
There's some good camera shots on
zombie's banging on
some windows at the sheltered area as
well as more zombie's walking
along a roadway and other areas.
We have a good shot on all three of the main characters packing stuff in a vehicle and then a
good shot on the front mirror of the
vehicle with more
zombie's pounding on the window.
There's a perfect suspenseful moment with Michael staring at a dead corpse and him slowly staring at
him and trying to take something out of
his hands in which you wonder if he will
attack or not.
We spot many nice shots on the three of
them dining and having a conversation
along with a brief dispute in which the
direction looked believeable on that.
There's a good shot on Carl loading
a gun. Then we have nice shots on
Michael shooting the rifle as well as
their discussions on what they see in the
distance with a nice distance shot on a zombie and then a
good shot on him appraching this extra
playing that role along with a nice slow
motion shot on this extra attacking him.
There's good discussions with the three of
them looking out the window spotting a
dog in the fields with another shot on
zombie's eating one another
We spot a good scene with a resident acting
obnoxious in his house and battling away some zombie's.
We have some good dark shots on Michael
looking around a dark area spotting some
dead bodies and zombie's along
with a good shot on this resident going
crazy with blood all over him.
We spot a good discussion with Michael
between a supporting character named Philip
in his place and acting sick as well as
being clumsy which looked very good.
There's also a good shot on Philip next to a female zombie of his mother thrashing
around tied to a bed. It was very
disturbing when Michael takes him away
from her telling him his mother is dead
and leaving her alone.
We have a good shot on Michael opening
a door and many zombies
reaching at him and he is trying to go
We spot a good discussion between Carl and Emma in their vehicle
near an oceanfront along with some of
their disagreements which looked natural
too with many good camera shots in front
and on the side of the car.
There's many good shots on Carl and Emma driving their
vehicle and plowing
Bottom line is that the first hour of
this film was awfully boring and bland
showing just mainly the three main cast
travelling to get away from the virus and
was convinced that I'd bomb this flick
but it picks up a bit when they reside at
a countryside and the zombie's
approaching there on a snowy day as well
as the intensity going on elsewhere too
so it did come together for the rest but
still it's an average aAnd unoriginal
zombie flick since we've seen this before
like in those George A. Romero Living
Dead flicks or Cabin
The movie is way too long which is
probably why it was slacking at first
trying to kill some time but if someone
wants to make a long film then they need
to keep the story flowing so it won't
seem so friggin long.
The acting is in
average shape and nothing to brag about
but lead actor Dexter Fletcher (Michael) tried the best he could with his
aggressions and straight forward behavior
too. He delivered his lines in a good
fashion and showed nice serious
There's also a nice special appearance by David Carradine (Philip) who does his job
wonderfully as an eccentric old coot
acting sick with a virus. He really
brought everything out with what he had
in his 5 minute appearance in the film
and the best out of all the cast with a
great emotional attitude too. He does a great job going into a rant while being dragged away from a house.
Many people are sneezing and coughing out blood.
There are the odd body pieces.
Some zombies eat one another.
There's good loud
metal scraping and some echoey piano
playing too with some classical music
with the odd thumping music too for the
scene's that were necessary. There's
perfect low sounds for when the main cast
discovers what these zombie's are capable
of doing. There's good terror music from
the synthesizer too which sounds friggin
awesome. There's a good zombie chant type
of music too for a zombie invasion.