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Drag (1993)

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The world is dead. A lone woman, Victoria, struggles valiantly to stay alive on this desolate planet once known as Earth. But Victoria is not alone here. She shares her horrifying new world... See full summary »

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Ellie Cahill ...
Victoria
Jack O'Donnell ...
Ted
Marty Sanderson ...
Steven
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The world is dead. A lone woman, Victoria, struggles valiantly to stay alive on this desolate planet once known as Earth. But Victoria is not alone here. She shares her horrifying new world with beings of a different kind... the living dead, ferocious beasts hungrily searching for human flesh. With a sawed-off shotgun strapped to her back, Victoria drags a dead body through this horrifying new world in a desperate attempt to hold onto her humanity... to hold on to her past. Written by Anonymous

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Life's a drag, and then you die!

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A woman tries to survive in a world ravaged by a zombie plague.
6 November 2005 | by (los angeles, ca) – See all my reviews

I saw this film years ago and it's stayed with me. I saw it again recently and had to comment on it. DRAG is well done across the board. The directing, acting and cinematography are top notch. It grabs you from the opening frame and doesn't let go until the harrowing final shot.

Mark Pavia does a great job in creating a constant sense of dread and fear. He has a strong voice and knows how to film horror. With DRAG, he succeeded in creating a short that's more terrifying that most of the zombie features I've seen. I hope to see more of his work.

Definite recommend.


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