A couple's weekend getaway turns into a nightmare after they are stranded in the woods and discover what they assume to be a dead body. The assumption is wrong and John and his girlfriend ... See full summary »
A couple's weekend getaway turns into a nightmare after they are stranded in the woods and discover what they assume to be a dead body. The assumption is wrong and John and his girlfriend Jennifer are infected with a deadly disease that will soon ravage their bodies. With no place to go, and no one to turn to, they are forced to find shelter in a deserted cabin. This is where they'll find safety, but this is also where they'll experience a slow and torturous death. They must come to terms with their inevitable deaths, the temptation to kill others to sustain their own lives, and the consequences of murder. They will cling to one another's love and support, but in the end.... all great love stories end tragically. Written by
a pleasant surprise, and a stylish take on the tired zombie formula. highly recommended for fans of the horror genre that want a different take on the whole zombie mythology. I enjoyed the questions it raised. People are way to hard of this film, it seems most people just want the same story told over and over again, with people baricaded in some structure as zombies swarm around them. I personally would appreciate more different approaches to zombies like this film. My main complaint is the horrid American packaging. Why would you take a movie that presents it's story in a unique way, and then just slap on the most generic cover you can find on it. Why not play up to the strengths of the film, instead of dumbing it down. Sigh, I still recommend this film.
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