The military's attempt to shoot down an orbiting satellite unleashes a space-borne epidemic on a remote, small town. Deputy Max Brody and his girlfriend Brooke must battle their way through an army of infected townsfolk and soldiers as they struggle to save themselves and their loved ones from a horrible, early death. When cannibalism is contagious, will even the strong survive? Written by
At 00:50:10, the dad has gore and blood smeared all over his shirt after escaping the infected. As he reloads his gun, the gore turns into two small spatters and then back again to the gore between shots. See more »
But I would have to say its probably realistic as it would probably be in real life.
I think we get spoiled if a major studio isn't involved that will spend 100 million plus on a special effects full movie with big name actors!
This is a little film but I felt Like this could happen to my town and I would act the same way these people did!! Its not the best acting movie but I enjoyed it more than World War Z !. So I guess it makes me nuts,still look at the Night of the Living Dead, it was made for all most nothing and it had a no name cast and a very low budget and it still was a hit and fun to watch today . So give it a chance its slow in spots. As I said its probably how real people would do if this happened to a real small town!!
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