After waking up in an apartment where only the night before a party was raging, Sam is forced to come to grips with reality: He is now alone and the living dead have invaded the streets of Paris. Petrified with fear, Sam is going to have to barricade himself inside the building and organize his survival. But is he really the sole survivor?
When Sam is laying jewelry on the body of the elderly woman who's stuffed into the sleeping bag, you can clearly see the actor inside the sleeping bag breathe. See more »
When Sam is talking to the zombie trapped in the elevator, his right hand is bandaged. However, he does not injure his hand until he ventures outside several scenes later to try to rescue the stray cat, suggesting that the scenes were spliced into the film in the wrong order. See more »
I can watch literally any movie. I'm a big fan of Lifetime style B movies. I just couldn't make it through this. In my opinion, this was unbearably boring. It's just watching someone go about their life, with the looming reality of the apocalypse.
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