A young woman awakens in a world devastated by meteorite strike, yet she recalls her own death 70 years ago. Searching for answers she finds plague, destruction, madness and a terrifying ...
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A terrifying, modern adaptation of Shakespeare's Macbeth set in Scotland, CA. Scorning the mediocrity of their mundane lives, John and Jane Macbeth carry out a horrific plan to make the American dream a reality.
Failing cosmetics magnate Sally Fay will stop at nothing to possess the waters of the Steam Room to help lift her sagging empire. What she doesn't count on is the Steam Room Guys banding together to thwart her evil plans.
With only three days to prove his innocence, a struggling ex-soldier (Derek Davenport) is forced to take one last job and save his client's kidnapped daughter (Amelia Haberman) or face time for a crime he did not commit.
A young woman awakens in a world devastated by meteorite strike, yet she recalls her own death 70 years ago. Searching for answers she finds plague, destruction, madness and a terrifying adversary, who confronts her with a long forgotten memory and an impossible choice.
This movie for a low budget one, seemed to utilize what little money they had exceptionally well. as far as spfx, lighting, cinema-photography, and the actors.
the story/movie.... well a bigger budget would have really helped for the movie itself. the story... yeah umm, its good but.... i had to struggle and draw my own conclusions several times as to what maybe happening. and i suspect i might be wrong about the writers ideas. like a prism, there seemed one thought going in with multiple tangents of where the heck should this go.
i am a huge fan of apocalyptic/zombie/ we are all doomed type of movies, but this... i cant put my finger on it. its better than ok but not much above watching a movie while scrolling thru social media on your phone. sorta like this review.
would i watch it again, yes. should you watch it? yes, if you like these type of movies. because if your not into that genre, you will hate it.
i couldnt give it less stars because i kinda liked it, i would have given more stars if i was positive about my assumption of the ending.
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