Set in the near-future, technology controls nearly all aspects of life. But when Grey, a self-identified technophobe, has his world turned upside down, his only hope for revenge is an experimental computer chip implant called Stem.
A father has a recurring dream of losing his family. His nightmare turns into reality when the planet is invaded by a force bent on destruction. Fighting for their lives, he comes to realize an unknown strength to keep them safe from harm.
Liam wakes from a car crash with no memory of who he is. As he makes his way into town to look for help, he finds only dead bodies, all with strange pale eyes. Liam's first assessment is that a virus is present in the air, but he soon discovers a horrible truth...Written by
As a Diego Klattenhoff fan, I'd been waiting to see this for 18 months. The movie was worth the wait. Steeve Leonard and Caroline Labreche came up with an intriguing concept, and executed it well. As others have stated, this premise has been used before, but in this case, it's more the human element that carries the film. The current action, laced with the (jarring at times) flashbacks tells the story. And we go on the journey with Liam and Jane as they piece together just what happened to them. It had me guessing until the end and kept me on my toes the entire time. Great performances by Diego Klattenhoff and Charlotte Sullivan really carry this film, and at times they are the only two on screen for quite a while. I really felt for what they were going through, and it was one of those movies that I didn't want to end. While the sci-fi element of the film may not be padded out enough, the personal story of the two protagonists makes it worth watching.
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