Charlie and his little brother Simon live a secluded life, feeding off of the land and surviving on their own. The monotony of their lives remains unchanged: day after day, month after ... See full summary »
Andrew M. Jackson
After the nuclear annihilation of the planet, The last member of a small society of survivors finds himself trapped in an underground control room, where he recounts the history of his world through musical numbers.
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Chrystal Skye Jordan,
God and Satan are on a train discussing the fate of three individuals. The stories of the people in question are told in a trio of very strange vignettes. One involves an insane anylum with... See full summary »
Irresponsible use of biological weapons instigates World War 4, but it's not a foreign menace that threatens our way of life, rather an army of flesh eating zombies bent on destroying mankind and ruling earth at all costs.
Every day, Lilith wanders the remains of civilization, scavenging what she can from the deserted refuse of what was once a bustling city. Every night, she returns to her home underneath the dead city and contemplates the past that has left her alone. Her story is told both through a look at her post-apocalyptic solitude as well as through flashbacks, slowly revealing the many twists and tragedies that brought her to her current position. Written by
I was looking forward to watching this movie. I'm a die hard dystopian/apocalyptic fan, whether that be movies or books, and love a sole survivor style situation; so this should have fit the bill perfectly for me.
Now the plot line and the cinematography is good. Most scenes are fairly well shot and the story - although it flits from scene to scene and back and forth between the present and past - is easy enough to follow and blends in quite nicely. Some of the darker apocalyptic scenes are shot very well and show Lilith (Suzanne Tufan) struggling to survive and walking through the apocalyptic wasteland, and bedding down in her basement at night.
Suzanne Tufan plays a decent role whilst also narrating many of the scenes well too. But there are one or two that let the whole game down. Well, mainly one, and that's her on-screen husband. It's been a long time since I've wanted to put my fist inside of the TV and punch someone just for the role they play. And I don't mean because of the person he portrays, but because of the way he acted it out. It's like watching Joey from friends when he acts as Dr. Drake Ramoray in 'Days of our Lives'. Just awful.
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