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Following the outbreak of a virus that wipes out the majority of the human population, a young woman documents her family's new life in quarantine and tries to protect her infected sister.
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Cast overview, first billed only:
Sofia Black-D'Elia ... Emma Drakeford
Analeigh Tipton ... Stacey Drakeford
Travis Tope ... Evan Klein
Michael Kelly ... Michael Drakeford
Machine Gun Kelly ... CJ (as Colson Baker)
John Cothran ... Mr. Toomey
Stoney Westmoreland ... Bill
Linzie Gray Linzie Gray ... Gracie Lemay
Judyann Elder ... Mrs. Toomey
Philip Labes ... Gangly Kid
Brianne Howey ... Tara Dannelly
Alexa Fischer ... CDC Investigator
Brendon Eggertsen Brendon Eggertsen ... Party Jock
Jennifer Say Gan ... CDC Agent
Matt Knudsen ... CDC Agent


Emma and her sister Stacey are normal teenagers in a small town, when a mysterious infection begins to spread. With the town quarantined, and their parents stuck on the other side of the barrier, the girls have a blast eating junk food and sneaking out to go to parties. But when the disease starts to infect people they know, the girls, together with their neighbor Evan (Emma's secret crush), barricade themselves into their home. But it may already be too late, as the infection is already in their midst, and Emma will be faced with a choice: protect her sister or survive the virus. Written by Bryan Do

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Rated R for disturbing violent content, some language including sexual references, and teen partying | See all certifications »

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Release Date:

29 July 2016 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

Peste See more »

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Aspect Ratio:

2.35 : 1
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The film was released just two days after directors Joost and Schulman's previous film, Nerve (2016). See more »


When Emma gets a text message from Stacey on the first day of the story, the date on her phone says Thursday, October 2. When Emma gets a text message from Evan on the night of the following day, her phone display still reads Thursday, October 2 even though story-wise it should be Friday, October 3. See more »

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Typical Teenage Trash
31 July 2016 | by manuelasaezSee all my reviews

I wanted to like this movie, I really did, but once I realized that it was Blumhouse production, I knew I was going to be sorely disappointed. If there was ever a production company that catered to the worst parts of horror, and to the lowest hanging fruit in society, it's Blumhouse. What they have done to soil horror in the last 20 years will not be easily remedied, and this movie is no exception. Teenagers you can't stand start contracting a virus that makes them violent and belligerent. Town is quarantined. Shoehorned romance. The End. Nothing about this movie is original or well-done, and the ending left such a horrible taste in my mouth that I physically spit up phlegm. One of the worst of the PG-13 crap that has been permeating cinema as of late, it screams of lack of creativity, vision or care. In fact, the only saving grace about this movie is that the acting was actually very well done. The rest of the film? Garbage, pure and simple. Do not make the same mistake I did and avoid this movie like is actually spreading a virus. Pathetic.

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