As a mysterious outbreak transforms the general populace into a throng of marauding, flesh-eating creatures, eleven strangers find themselves trapped in an abandoned steel mill. One of them...
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As a mysterious outbreak transforms the general populace into a throng of marauding, flesh-eating creatures, eleven strangers find themselves trapped in an abandoned steel mill. One of them, the enigmatic Frank Chambers (Ken Edwards), is accompanied by a comatose white-haired girl who may be the key to revealing the horrific truth behind the infection. Time is running out, and the end is nearer than you think! Written by
Slightly Above Average For Zombie Films In This Budget Range
I have to say it's very rare that I truly hate a Zombie film. The genre just does it for me so you have to take that into account in any of my reviews featuring the living dead. Day X is a very low budget film however it doesn't lack polish. For one thing the acting is well above average and the cast would have done a fine job if this were a six or seven figure feature. The Zombie makeup is solid although nothing to write home about. The action sequences are competently shot but low scale due to the budget.
Day X has some interesting ideas that are never fully explored and the director does end things on a sequel note. At the end of the day it's worth a look if your like me and can't turn down any Zombie movie. The filmmakers obviously come from the school of Romero and borrow elements from his original trilogy. Out of the countless Zombie films made in this budget range over the past decade Day X ranks as slightly above average.
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