An astronaut crashes in the middle of nowhere. A young woman searches for her family in an abandoned urban wasteland. A prisoner prepares for a space program that will make him the first human being on Mars.
In 2010, An unidentifiable life form began to appear in the central region of America. This phenomenon was soon linked to a NASA probe that was reportedly crashed somewhere in the Western ... See full summary »
Ray J. Martenstyn
In a post-apocalyptic future, a biological warfare program gone wrong leaves only four survivors defending themselves from "the infected" - mindless killers. As they struggle to survive and make sense of what is happening, they find another survivor, intent on revealing the truth.
Not much left since the world died. That's what they called it the day the virus took over and people went inside, never to leave their homes again. Soon after that, the last of the food ... See full summary »
Twelve years ago, a plague swept through, wiping out most of the population; in San Francisco, only 186 people remain. Two of them use jury-rigged batteries to power a camera and make a ... See full summary »
AFTER THE APOCALYPSE is a futuristic drama about five survivors trying to make sense of a New World after a devastating urban catastrophe challenges their basic human needs. Set in a bleak,... See full summary »
Everything that could go wrong did go wrong: War, Terrorism, Natural Disasters. Evacuees were ushered from the cities to refugee camps in the surrounding counties. In-fighting, famine and ... See full summary »
Nuclear Family begins the story of a young couple, John and Lynn, who are trying to survive in the woods after what appears to be a nuclear holocaust. They stay on the move with their 11-... See full summary »
A interesting take on being in the desert without any clue as to what your going to do. This film had breakdown after breakdown of scenes, and one of the worst jump cuts I've ever scene in cinema, which happens at about 14 minutes into this pointless film of a pair of sisters scouting the outback and making bad decisions. The first awesome clip comes at about the 45 minute mark. We see a really cool shot of a man blurred in the background as Maggy turns her head. Myers must of been feeling it that day because this is right on the money. And sadly, this awesome shot is negated by a close up of what we just saw when we see it was a man holding a weapon. So there goes the absence of any kind of horror. This film could've been cool. Though Frank seems to ruin it with his "I'm so manly attitude," and the characters all seem like they have done too many drugs to understand there surroundings. At times, they think they are in the "Wizard of Oz." The sound editing was a cry for help. It sounds like planes are flying overhead, or a military air strip is nearby. What was wrong with the older sister anyways, because the film's visual narrative never says. Nor, do we ever know what happened exactly to Stans family, other than the clues he tells us while driving, after he is abducted away from Frank. I liked the piano music and that seemed to the other thing that worked well as Maggies jealousy issues start to take hold of her. This happens when she sees Jasolyn kissing Stan. And, then more tired jump cuts that we never understand the reason for. I have an idea, let's all sit around and see who gets wasted first, just so the end of the film can be left an enigma. Some neat twists and turns at the end, but far too late. P.S. Myers shouldn't of off'd Frank so early on in this film because what it does for the viewer is shifts our focus all on Maggy, and maybe that is what he wanted.
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