A dance troupe trapped in their theatre by the Zombie Apocalypse discover that the threat doesnt just lie beyond the chained doors, and that there are indeed worse things than being torn apart by critics.
Locked away in their theatre, the cast and crew of "Angels In Hell" spend seemingly endless hours in rehearsal, unaware of the rapid and shocking changes taking place in the world outside. Now, trapped in the theatre by a horde of the living dead, with limited resources, they must decide between staying put and hoping for rescue, or taking matters into their own hands and making an extremely risky break for it. As debate over the course of action splits the group, and the spreading zombie virus starts to reduce their numbers, they are unaware that the greatest danger to their lives dwells within their ranks. Written by
Unless I was trying to do something new with the zombie genre, I wouldn't even bother making a film because at this point, it's been beaten to death. So I'm not sure why the filmmaker even bothered with Theatre of the Dead.
The film starts off promising enough, but it became too predictable and dull. I didn't care for any of the characters, so I didn't mind as they were killed off, one by one.
Acting, technical aspects of film were solid, but storyline is lacklustre. Again, nothing new is brought to the table.
SKIP this one!
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