In Downey, the teenagers Chris, Scott and Tim are best friends and decide to drive to a bar downtown to a grungy band's gig. Chris' girlfriend Jackie, meanwhile, goes to a party with her preppy friends. While heading downtown, the trio of friends note that there are no cars on the roads despite the rush hour and then they find that the streets are empty. When they arrive in their destiny, they are chased by zombies and run to the bar. Chris decides to return to Downey while Jackie and her friends are attacked by a bunch of zombies. Written by
Claudio Carvalho, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
This movie is an absolute train-wreck. I recommend anyone who is unlucky enough to have their eyes fall upon the awesome looking movie cover to just keep walking and act like you never saw it.
"Special (indeed) Effects: Horrible Acting: Even more horrible Cast and crew: laughable Plot: Stanker and looser than an 80 year old hooker's vagina.
Movies like this enrage me nearly to the point of physical violence. However the hell someone could produce such a terrible movie is beyond me. My little niece could have written something that would blow this out of the water, and she's about to be 12. The only reason this movie upset my stomach was because of the terrible acting and loosely tied together plot, not the gore.
I didn't believe in miracles until I noticed this thing actually made it's way to and from a film festival!? What!? You're trying to tell me out of all of the young new directors out there trying to make badass new horror movies that this...THIS...actually "won" in some sick sense of the word?
That's true horror right there.
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