Dir: Daniel Byers
Star: Harry Aspinwall, Anita Abdinezhad, Christian Masters
My notes for this film cover half of one side of a piece of A4. This is normally a bad sign.
Well, at least this production had more of a budget and is set in a very nice part of America, and you can discern the dialogue, which is nice. And they don’t overdo the music. Also nice!
David is stuck in his mountain cabin fit only for the very rich, albeit marked down by not having a jacuzzi or a steam room. Otherwise it’s really rather nice. Scott from Wasteland would be sick with envy if only he knew. Or cared about anything, or could mugfnn smmty gddg mmnae.
Sadly this film, whilst not as boring to watch, is more stupid than Wasteland – which in fairness wasn’t so much stupid as dull. There are a few cute touches along the way, but it’s just too unbelievable on too many levels – and yes I appreciate that it’s a zombie film but, even so, you will have to suspend a lot of (dis)belief. For example, his food is flown in by drone, and his blood taken away ‘in exchange’, by his wife who he can ‘zoom’ with but not meet. So. Yeah.
It does however have a cute ending which, whilst decent, sadly, can’t redeem it.