Three months have passed since a viral outbreak wiped out 99.9% of the world's population, turning its victims into flesh-eating living dead…
Release Year: 2011
Rating: 3.9/10 (927 voted)
Stars: Philip Brodie, Alix Wilton Regan, Rob Oldfield
Three months have passed since a viral outbreak wiped out 99.9% of the world's population, turning its victims into flesh-eating living dead. In the UK, a surviving band of soldiers and civilians have taken refuge at a rural military barracks. Life in this new world is tough and brutal, but hope appears when a high level communication is received from a military base on the coast, telling of sanctuary elsewhere in Europe… But just as salvation appears to be in reach, the base suffers an overwhelming defeat at the hands of the living dead! The surviving handful of troops and civilians must now make their way to the coast to uncover the truth behind the message. Their perilous journey takes them across a now treacherous, death-ravaged landscape, where the living dead are vast in number and wandering bandits impose their own malicious sense of law and order. What follows is a journey into hell and a desperate battle against all odds for the very survival of the human race.
Alix Wilton Regan
Humanity's Last Stand!
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Release Date: 24 June 2011
Filming Locations: Frensham Manor, Farnham, Surrey, England, UK
bought it, couldn't watch it
I bought this after seeing positive reviews on amazon. I wish I hadn't.
The two leads -philip brody and alix wilton regan- are decent in this
but I didn't see any need to replace Victoria Nalder who was the only
good actor in the first film.
The problem I have with this is about half the movie is shot in
nightvision or infra red or whatever its called. It gives a luminous
green negative effect which I find irritating and difficult to watch.
The rest deals with a gang of badly acted rapists (Russell Jones
returning from Zombie Diaries 1) which is both unpleasant and badly
made. Goke is so poorly realised by Jones that he poses no threat. I
felt that the whole interlude was a prurient attempt to pad out the
film and provide a focus for the story.
As with other films by these people there's a lot of sexual violence
and misogyny which is all a bit unsettling. I didn't enjoy it.