The feature film debut of Peter Anderson (XXXV). See more »
On the boats 5:00 mins as the are moving down stream in Glasgow on the Clyde (up stream on the Thames in London in the movie ) you can see traffic moving normally on the express way. There is also someone casually leaning on the railing beside the river. The boats are past the Clyde Bridge with the bridge behind them and next shot they are passing under the same bridge. See more »
During the End credits we see a flashback of SGT Frederick Reeves at the barracks performing a song in Spanish. See more »
Won't make it to supermarket bargain DVD bin
Watching the "premiere" of this indie zombie film, I had initially had fairly high expectations, given the amount of marketing that has gone into promoting this film. What I actually found was far less.
Here we have a classic silhouette of the ever popular 28 Days Later but with a twisted storyline that makes no sense whatsoever.
The characters were identified but the continuity lost itself half way into the film. Given a stronger storyline and direction that leads the audience to several important plot points, this could have been a big hit worldwide.
The only noteriety attached to this film is actor / producer Carlos Gallardo who has a verifiable link to Hollywood director Robert Rodriguez who brought us titles like Desperado, Once Upon A Time In Mexico and From Dusk Till Dawn. This is paperweight and fails to compensate for the lack of story, continuity and true to life action that this film sadly does not deliver.
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