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About the Movie
Years after a mysterious plague has devastated the planet and turned most of humanity into blood-hungry creatures, a rogue drifter on a vengeful hunt stumbles across a band of survivors in an abandoned police station and reluctantly agrees to help them defend themselves and escape to the sanctuary they so desperately need.
I loved it!
Pretty much non-stop action from the first scene to the last scene. Not a film that bothers much with setting the world up, but you don't need it. What you see is what you get. It drops you right in the middle of the action and keeps you there, blasting away at monsters. That's not something that usually works, but here, they make it work. The performances are better than I expected, and the the film looks fantastic. Solid gun work, anf stunt work throughout. Well done.
The smooth flavor of a Sam Peckinpaw western, artful cinematography, realistic action scenes, its pretty clear the actors knew a few things about weapons and movement. All and all a breath of fresh air from the so much crap in the theaters today.
Came up way to short
I see a lot of 5 stars on here and while assume these are from family and friends, so I get it, this film had more pitfalls that positives. The female acting wasn't very good and there are whole scenes that add nothing to the story and serve as little more than time fillers. Too much walking... Too much shooting... Too much repeating the same drone scene over and over. Little to no backstory on the main guy, who was pretty good for what he had here, and then there's this ridiculous idea one of them can fly this plane - but we never seen to care for any of the characters before they all
Die. And who on earth casted that Hanson guy? The accent!!!
There's this cliche Russian for no reason besides they found him naked on the street? The woman with the doll server zero purpose... And there was a woman who refused to put down her apparently mute 14 year old. In a genre that's been washed and folded by now, along with this film, all we need to do is put it up for the winter and find something else to wear.