The United States Government has developed a highly effective nerve gas that is unleashed upon the residents of a small Maryland City. During the top secret exercise the infected citizens begin to convert each resident into a sort of living zombie, until the remaining town residents, 6 total strangers, are trapped inside a movie theater cineplex. Written by
The 2010 re-release DVD contains an extended director's edit of the film. With the Helena Hussy of Horror intro and the film combined, the running time is now at 87:15, compared to the original cut of 82 minutes (HD DVD) and the original DVD (84:45). See more »
During the meeting to commence the exercise of releasing the toxin on the public the boom mic and a crew member are visible in a reflection from art work used on the set. See more »
[Chris and Sean are about to make a run for the car, when Chris gets second thoughts]
This is not the time to be changing things man
I know, I just think we need a back-up plan is all.
What do you suggest?
Yeah the Marquee, you know the big fucking sign in the parking lot. Its 8 or 9 feet off the ground, we could climb up and be out of reach.
Well you better pray they can't jump or fly because otherwise we're screwed.
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It just goes to show you don't have to have a big budget to make a good film. The original Romero films contained more story about the reactions of being involved in a zombie siege than action. This movie was no different. I'm just not a fan of fast zombies :/ lol I really liked this film. It really took me back to the old-school zombie flicks. I'm going to go back and watch Gary Ugarek's other films. And hope there are more to come from this Director. I'm in my forties, so remembering the way I felt when I saw the '68 version of Night of the Living Dead, Dawn of the Dead, Day of the living Dead, and their remakes, still make me want for the older versions....did I mention I don't like fast zombies?!
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