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An infection which appears to be caused by a bacteria in the water turns out to be more. A fourteen-year-old student, Dannie, feels the real cause is linked to her recurring dreams. When ... See full summary »

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Rose Kent-McGlew ...
Dannie
Alec Herskowitz ...
Sam
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Christine
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Cameron
Alex Schroeder ...
Stacy
Estrella Gonzales ...
Jen
Amanda Haight ...
Chloe
Rebecca Elliott ...
Researcher Sue
Jose Ramirez ...
Doctor
Jessica Cargill ...
Researcher
C. Robert Cargill ...
Janitor
Joy M. Furman ...
Dannie's Mom
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Radio Announcer
Jay Giovanni Ramirez ...
Davy
Dannie Helen Loraine Knowles ...
School Nurse
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An infection which appears to be caused by a bacteria in the water turns out to be more. A fourteen-year-old student, Dannie, feels the real cause is linked to her recurring dreams. When the infection reaches an epidemic level. it becomes clear that this infection not only kills, but restores the body to a minimally functioning state where the infected become the "living-dead". This unique twist on the classic zombie theme, centers around the highly-intuitive Dannie Jacobs and a group of four other middle school students who try to save their friends, their town and themselves in spite of the odds against them. While they are desperately trying to find an answer before it's too late, they meet researcher Sue who may hold the key to the infection and Dannie's dreams. Written by Megan Hagins

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At a small grocery store in Austin, Texas, closed early one night so that Emily Hagins could film a scene involving 30 zombies of all ages inside and outside of the store. See more »

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Technically terrible, but entertaining overall
17 November 2009 | by (Brazil) – See all my reviews

I watched this movie in Fantaspoa/2009, together with the documentary "Zombie Girl" (read my review on that movie). It was a very good experience, mainly because of the documentary. After the movie session the audience had a very enlightening talk with 3 horror-movies specialists.

Technically speaking, this movie is terrible. It is full of continuity problems, including sequences where the time of the day changes from one scene to the other, with a dialog starting in daylight and continuing in a night-dark environment, then going back to a daylight environment, all in the same conversation of the characters. The sound is sometimes inaudible, but most of the time it's just bad. The actors are completely amateur, being a group of Emily's school colleagues. If you are into "B" movies for the fun of its mistakes, you'll love this movie.

There are 2 good things about this movie. The script, that even though is not exactly an innovation, is well written. And the different camera takes, that also have nothing new to it, but Emily managed to make the movie very dynamic, keeping it at a good pace. Of course taking care of every detail in a movie is a huge task for a single person, specially an inexperienced 12 years old child. But the fact is, this film is entertaining. It's not boring, which is more than can be said of some Hollywood professional works.


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