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The Collapsed (2011)

Not Rated | | Drama, Horror, Sci-Fi | 2 July 2011 (USA)
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In the wake of the end of the world, a family of four desperately tries to survive. Taking to the forest, they soon discover the other survivors may be the least of their worries.

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John Portmeyer
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Phil Corddry
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Karyn Marshall
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Peter Smith
Milan Cobanov ...
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Ripper / Gutter
Melyssa Anishnabie ...
Parking lot woman
Spencer Venne ...
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In the wake of the end of the world, a family of four desperately tries to survive against insurmountable odds. Their goal: escaping the city and traveling to the rural community they once called home, Dover's Bend. The constant threat of a violent death forcing them to stay as far away from civilization as possible, they take to the forest, soon to discover the danger posed by other survivors may be the least of their worries. Written by Unstable Ground

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As Our World Ends Their Nightmare Begins


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$150,000 (estimated)
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Writer/director Justin McConnell made John Fantasia do the final scene seven times. See more »

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Devil in Disguise
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Great Film
16 May 2012 | by See all my reviews

No it's not a Hollywood budget apocalypse film... but I started watching expecting to scan through and turn it off and return to my work in my home office and ended up leaning back and taking it all in. I thought it was great. There was the odd awkward line or scene that i think could have benefited from some visual fx, but with the tiny budget this film had I think they did phenomenal! I think the film was well written and didn't have an overload of dialogue that I have seen in many independent films. Visually the film looks great... shots are nice, I see too many that are way too wide or too tight when they should be wide. The shots captured the emotion and feeling of the scenes effectively. The cast did a great job and Peter was straight Gangster! Lastly I want to see what Justin could do with a multi-million dollar budget... somebody in Tinseltown get on the phone with him!


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