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Plan Z (2016)

Not Rated | | Horror | 19 March 2016 (USA)
One man has a plan for a zombie outbreak, when one occurs it will take all his will to stick to it and all of his courage to change it.


Stuart Brennan


Stuart Brennan
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Credited cast:
Stuart Brennan ... Craig
Mark Paul Wake ... Bill
Victoria Morrison ... Seren
Eugene Horan Eugene Horan ... Ronan
Terry Deary Terry Deary ... Old Davey
Brooke Burfitt ... Kate
Isabella Caley Isabella Caley ... Lauren
Natalia Celino ... Caitlin
Rebecca-Clare Evans Rebecca-Clare Evans ... Marcy
Ion Ridge Ion Ridge ... Lifeguard
Thomas Coombes ... David
Samantha Hindman ... Bill's Mum (voice)
Jim Sweeney ... Bill's Dad (voice)
David Izatt ... Cottage Zombie
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Farah Ahmed ... Zombie


One man has a plan for a zombie outbreak, when one occurs it will take all his will to stick to it and all of his courage to change it.

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19 March 2016 (USA) See more »

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$3,000,000 (estimated)
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Welcome to the end of days...
19 November 2016 | by Paul Magne HaakonsenSee all my reviews

Anything even remotely zombie and it has my attention. However, I can't say that I had any particular hopes to "Plan Z" prior to watching it. I just sat down to watching it and would let it either impress or fail to impress as it would.

So what was the verdict? Well, mildly impressed. "Plan Z" certainly did have potential, especially because this takes places during the first stages of a zombie outbreak. And it was done nicely enough in a way that put the audience in the shoes right alongside with Craig (played by Stuart Brennan).

However, it was the shoddy and questionable camera work that failed to impress me. And it actually turned into a thing of frustration. I really loathe it when a camera is swinging to and forth all over the place, which often was the case in "Plan Z".

But also the sense of a rather shallow storyline helped to steer the movie away from being impressive. The story pretty much just easily strafe over the events of an outbreak and takes you from point A to point B way too fast, letting everything in between just slip through the cracks.

And it was as if the characters all lacked background, and they could essentially all have been one and the same character, just equipped with a different face. Very little effort was put into the characters to flesh them out and give them character. Sure it was nice to see how Craig prepared for what was inevitable in the beginning of the movie, but after that, he just became another faceless character like the rest of the characters in the movie.

Director Stuart Brennan had some vision, but just seemed to eager to make a movie that showed progression. A lot of details and time to set up a believable story and setting just fell to the floor.

I was, however, fairly entertained by the movie as a whole, because it does have some good aspects to it as well. However, as an addition to the zombie genre "Plan Z" just didn't bring anything new or memorable. It just didn't have what it took to play the big league.

If you enjoy the zombie genre, as I do, then by all means do take the time to sit down and watch "Plan Z". Just don't expect to be blown away. "Plan Z" lands a five out of ten stars rating from me.

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