Six complete strangers are forced to band together and flee the city when a zombie outbreak occurs. But after making camp in the middle of the wilderness, the group realise it's each other they should fear.
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I screened this film for the Okanagan International Film Fest in kelowna B.c. I also own kelowna's largest Independent video store. When comparing this film to the multitude of Zombie films I have seen over the years it actually fairs pretty well. The story had many original angles and ideas. The acting was not great but good. the writing also good. The gore was reminiscent of classic zombie films, they sometimes did not show the wounds being inflicted but there was plenty of blood and lots of people and zombies die in satisfying ways. the quality of filming was also good. If I compare it the 10-15 zombie films that I have seen from this last years releases there were only 2-3 that were better. So all in all for a $25,000? film it holds up very well. I will be recommending it for our late night feature this year.
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