The virus came so fast no one had time to prepare. Before the day was over, entire towns were decimated, and large cities became monumental tombs. Left with nothing but fading hope and the will to live, reclusive software consultant Michael (Dexter Fletcher) and temperamental mechanic Carl (Dickon Tolson) lead a small group of survivors into the country in hopes of riding out the coming winter. But now the decaying victims of the plague are reanimating, growing more smart and vicious with each passing day. Now, the only hope for the survival of the human race is Phillip (Carradine), a man who refused to leave the city, and has somehow avoided becoming food for the flesh-eating masses.
Writer:David Moody (novel), Steven Rumbelow (screenplay), David Moody (screenplay)
A horrible virus kills billions within minutes. The few survivors that are left have to deal with the shock of the apocalypse, and they have no idea that things are about to get much worse. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Clint S (br) wrote: Very interesting movie. It starts off slow then gets better later in the movie. The demon in the girl made her look very creepy!
nipp s (kr) wrote: Luke Skywalker gets beat up...... and there's a naked chick who smells like raw fish!
Mike S (nl) wrote: this movie offers a new side of fear....of the dark brings horror to new heights that will make viewers scream and shake. This movie is definitely a hott movie that thrill & or horror seekers will love! 90 Thumbs up
James B (it) wrote: Underrated gem looks less and less like satire as the years go by, the film is cleverly told thru the media, provocative and entertaining. A great cast, Akroyd get's his best role in years and Pare is a perfect Muse.
Patrick G (gb) wrote: If you liked 90's hiphop, then this is for you.
Hal M (jp) wrote: An intelligent suspense drama by Paul Schrader (who wrote Taxi Driver, Raging Bull, Affliction and other films). I'm puzzled by the current low rating here (67%). The ending seems a bit overhasty, "too neat by half"...but not a ruinous degree. This film made Richard Gere... before Pretty Woman.
I dont know w (us) wrote: It's forgotten, but the plot's interesting.
Sara M (us) wrote: I don't think I even finished watching this movie...that bad.
Emeka W (ca) wrote: Absolute worst movie of the franchise...Why they ever agreed to this is beyond me.
Nick E (ru) wrote: The roots of future Anderson works are rooted in Rushmore. A endearing, quirky film bolstered by strong performances.
Bob E (nl) wrote: well crafted movie - very moving story - not made up setting around a table. Good screen play and filming. It was set very well to the times - good research and there fore a great movie and well acted.
Tina S (ag) wrote: Bank robbing surfer ex presidents, can we remake this one with Clinton and the Bushes, maybe the remake did...
Spencer P (au) wrote: While it can be insensitive at times to someone who, while clearly doing some very untrustworthy things, still turns out to have a heart; Catfish's journey and message are timely, important, and mystifying.