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Rate This. In the throes of a zombie apocalypse, a troubled woman from Las Vegas with a dark past finds herself stranded in the desert with a lone and ravenous zombie on her tail.
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If you are on the fence I thought it was an excellent film. The fun starts with a truly impressive aerial shot of Las Vegas in the midst of a full blown zombie apocalypse — it's great special effects work, and it's almost enough to compensate entirely for the limited scope of the story that follows it.
This film focuses largely on one stranded woman being pursued by one zombie antagonist through the Nevada desert. Although much of the film might be too slow for some horror fans, it's actually surprisingly intelligent.
The movie focuses on things often neglected in survival horror scenarios like this one — factors like exhaustion, the elements, firearms proficiency, the availability of basic utilities and even the availability of addictive drugs.
There's more to admire too — there's a plot twist late in the game that I thought was skillfully executed.
I won't spoil it here. Finally, our ostensibly addle-brained anti-heroine does a couple of things that I never would have thought of in order to survive.
It also boasts an incongruously beautiful setting. This was shot in Nevada's "Valley of Fire. There are a couple of stupid parts, particularly near the end of the story.
Were these otherwise talented screenwriters just running out of steam? And there is one surprise plot development that will be sure to have some genre fans rolling their eyes and groaning.
Also, the makeup effects for the monster were good enough, but not stellar. I 'd still name this as a good move, however, and I'd recommend it.
Any characters that fails to deal with a zombie that moves like that deserves to die. Or use as bait. Also hiding in a bath tub from something that has tracked you across a desert by the smell of your blood is not going to miss you hiding in a bathtub behind a shower curtain Smell doesn't work that way.
The intelligence of the main character is pitiful. Throw in some rape hicks for shock value and this honestly is the most stupid, shout out loud at the screen movie I have witnessed in many years.
I'm sorry for the spelling and grammar of this review but my mind and brain cells have been depleted by this movie. Some may like it, I could see why but I want my money back..
And I didn't pay to see it. The premise sounds totally befitting a short film with a minimalist perspective. During the onset of a zombie apocalypse, circumstances force a young woman to take up a 50 mile journey by foot, while being relentlessly stalked by a slow-moving zombie.
There are a few bad decisions taken in the first 15 minutes like not bashing the zombie's head with the first large piece of rock on sight , but the movie, written and directed by Colin Minihan, has a few surprises in store for the discerning viewer.
A one-sided conversation ensues between Molly and the zombie nick-named Smalls where she details her past life, her relationship with her four year old son Chase, and her opinion on the men she has known.
A couple of jump- scares aside, the movie doesn't stick to its subjugated zombie- horror roots and relies more on the rapport between the woman and the flesh- craving spook.
The film peaks during the scene where the zombie inadvertently comes to the rescue of the woman when she's held captive. This is followed by another where she is able to control the zombie's advances.
In a never-before-seen scenario, the woman seeks to find closure for herself and her 'fellow-zombie' who she considers to be an unlikely friend.
However, the final 20 minutes especially the scene with the army- men didn't show signs of neat execution. This portion is stretched with plenty of scenes uncalled for the writer seems to have run out of ideas , and a climax that bestows itself in familiar zombie-movie territory.
The director seemingly wanted to shift from the minimalist approach to a full- blown action thriller in the end.
By doing so, the film ends up on a rather unsatisfying note. Nonetheless, if you're looking for a diversion from the usual zombie films, 'It Stains the Sands Red' will fairly excite you.
Verdict: Fresh in parts! During the zombie apocalypse, showgirl Molly Brittany Allen is leaving Las Vegas only to get stranded alone in the desert with one lone zombie tracking her closely.
Molly examines her life, uses the zombie to vent against men, and becomes attached to the walking dead man. She utilizes rule one: Zombies can't climb.
Now why she didn't use her advantage to bash the zombie's head in at that point isn't explained. I am not really into these low budget one man films, or woman in this case.
Her venting and reflection attempted to give the film some significance, but hey, it's a zombie film. Brittany Allen did a good job to keep a flawed script alive.
Guide: F-word. No nudity. Who are these people saying this was a good movie it is long The main character is a drug addict stripper who was screwing a guy in lieu of payment to get to Mexico.
It also gives you the impression she left her kid if there was ever someone who should be Zombie food its her. The Zombie goes from a Zombie to her friend!?
WTF how lazy of writing is this and on lazy writing she falls down and passes out but for some reason the Zombie who was only 8 to 10 feet behind her the whole time is just catching up to her when she wakes up?
Have a shot were she loses the zombie then have her pass out not after you spent a half hour showing him right behind her there is no logic in any of this film.
I know it is a zombie movie logic is not meant in the way that there is no such things as zombies it is meant that the writing has to make sense.
The military has orders to destroy all the infected but for some reason leave in and area that they will now call clear.
The military also drives by the airport she is going to and again for unknown reasons do not stop and check it.
Oh and she kills a zombie with a drill in the head while screaming with her mouth wide open and zombie blood falling right in it you can see her teeth covered in blood.
Yet she does not get infected on and on with lazy no forget that stupid writing. Like a Zombie being shot 6 times and still being able to keep going and chase her across the desert for days but one shot to the leg and he is done for.
Seriously in what zombie movie does one leg shot make a zombie fall down and not move at all? Answer None. I actually liked the way the movie started and the premise of someone being stalked by a zombie in the desert, however, when the zombie turned from a rampaging killing machine to a personal pet, I couldn't watch any further.
A original little gem basically became silly cinema. A stripper-mom fleeing a zombie apocalypse finds herself alone and stranded in the desert as one of the creatures stalks her Good concept with an interesting twist and energetic climax.
Plenty of style, with fine cinematography and a few big-bucks effects. But surprise surprise - this experienced team allow a lot of niggles to interrupt the story, with constant lapses in plausibility and logic.
For example, in the opening scene the getaway car digs its rear wheel into the sand and won't budge - instantly I thought of a way to dislodge it, but the characters didn't even begin to think - even for the comedy effect.
Later, there are plenty opportunities to exploit the creature's weakness, but the heroine doesn't have the wit to even try. A safe-haven house appears and disappears for no reason.
The story is peppered with these problems, which kept dragging me out but are easily fixable. It undermined the humour and pathos the story was aiming for, so that's frustrating.
The final act has a serious change of tack, which kinda works. Colin Minihan Screenwriter. Stuart Ortiz Screenwriter.
Brittany Allen Executive Producer. Marc Milliard Executive Producer. Brandon Christensen Producer. Colin Minihan Producer.
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And that word, at least nowadays, seems to be like a four-letter word even though it, obviously has more than that.
What I mean is that the word has a negative connotation as a result of the fact that, thanks to The Walking Dead, the zombie genre has pretty much taken every form of media by storm.
It's understandable that people would, honestly, be a little tired of the genre, because I am fairly tired of zombies myself, but that's not to say that I'm not gonna give a movie a shot just because it happens to have zombies in it.
As I've always said, I welcome originality and subversion of usual genre tropes. And this is in general in horror, not just for zombie movies, but I feel that zombie movies probably needs more of it than any other horror subgenre.
So, getting to this film, I had absolutely no idea what to expect. I did watch the trailer and I thought it was actually a really cool concept.
What I mean is that the movie made it seem that Molly, the lead character, was stranded in the desert and she was being hunted down by a single zombie.
And I thought that that was actually a really fresh approach to the genre. I don't wanna say it's small-scale, but it is a smaller story. A story about a woman trying to outrun ONE zombie in the desert.
And, at the same time, I thought it was also cool in how they were gonna transform the desert, which is obviously vast and desolate, into a claustrophobic setting given that the zombie, that Molly affectionately names Smalls, is after her all the time.
No matter where she goes, Smalls is right there with her. So, as vast as the desert is, if you can't get away from the zombie, then that vastness really becomes irrelevant.
But, much to my surprise, while the movie certainly has some of what I mentioned, I think the movie veers completely different than what I would have ever anticipated.
And I mean that in the most complimentary manner possible because, in all honesty, I thought this was a really good, interesting and fresh take on the zombie genre.
Perhaps it's not gonna be the type of movie that revitalizes the genre, but it is different. It's not even just that it's different, because that doesn't always equal good, but this movie is very good.
The strange thing about this movie is that it juggles a variety of different genres while, mainly, using a horror frame. In some ways, at least at first, this is a buddy comedy with Molly having back and forths with Smalls.
Well, really, it's more backs than forths, but you get my point. Then it's a road movie, as Molly is walking 36 miles through the desert, after the car she was in broke down, in order to get to this airfield in order to get a flight out of the country since, obviously, the zombie apocalypse has started.
At the same time, in some ways, it's a coming-of-age movie. Molly is obviously an adult at the start of the film's events, but she is also an irresponsible person who gave up her son to her sister, since she was better at taking care of the kid than Molly was.
Molly is obviously a very troubled woman, as she's clearly got a drug addiction and, essentially, she can't take care of herself. So, in her current state, she is not someone who's equipped to take care of a, supposedly, five-year-old boy.
But the thing about Molly is that the film never sets out to make her look like an awful person for doing what she did. Yes, she has a drug addiction but, at the very least, she realized that her son was better off with someone else as opposed to with her.
Regardless, the movie uses Molly's burgeoning friendship with Smalls, even to the point where Smalls starts listening to her commands, to tell this story Molly's story of maturation and coming to the realization that she needs to grow up and do right by her son.
Not to mention the fact that the care she took of Smalls, basically, showed her that she did have what it takes to be a good mother. Smalls is, essentially, a metaphor for Molly's own son and they even look similar.
So, in a way, the movie surprised with how character-driven it was because, essentially, Molly and Smalls really are the only prominent characters in the entire movie and Molly, obviously, gets the most dialogue.
And, to Brittany Allen's Molly credit, she does a phenomenal job in this movie. The script is very strong, yes, but I don't think Molly is as strong of a character without Brittany Allen's dedicated performance.
Brittany makes the character sympathetic in spite of all her perceived faults. Making mistakes doesn't make someone a bad person, as I'm sure some people believe, but Molly is very much haunted by the guilt of what, she feels, was abandoning her son.
And her son does kind of see it that way, mostly because he doesn't know any better, but I feel that, again, in her own way, Molly was trying to protect her son.
So I was definitely a big fan of that approach to this character. And, again, Brittany Allen is excellent in this movie, so that helps quite a lot.
I'm not saying that the movie is perfect, but it is a very good and emotionally resonant movie in more ways than I was expecting. But the movie is also funnier than I would have expected.
There's this scene early one where Molly, attempting to play 'fetch' with Smalls, just so he would leave her alone, takes out her bloodied tampon and throws it away in the distance.
Smalls goes after it, attempts to eat it and, after a while, is apparently not pleased with the taste of this blood, so he spits the tampon out in disgust.
The discussions that Molly has early on with Smalls are also funny in how, again, Molly plays it off as if Smalls is actually replying to what she said and, as mentioned earlier, there's a bit of a back and forth between them.
This is a very surprising movie in many ways. There does come a moment where, after Smalls is shot through the knee, that Molly, essentially, has to put him down, so that obviously leads to Molly continuing on on her own.
You might think that the movie loses something with Smalls' "death", but it really doesn't. I think, in many ways, and as cheesy as this sounds, Smalls ended up helping Molly turn her life around in a way, helping her realize what's really important and to stop being so selfish.
Having said that, though, there is one unfortunate rape scene in the movie. Honestly, rape scenes are touchy, and I'm not saying that, inherently, they cannot work in any type of movie, but I don't feel that it works in this movie.
While you could make the argument that it is the impetus for Molly starting to see Smalls in a different way, as Smalls killed the guy an escaped convict that was raping her while the other another convict drove off in a stolen truck, it's not like rape was the only way you could have gotten to this same point.This is a very surprising movie in many ways. Es war einmal ein Schneemann Was passierte Schattengrund Film mit Olaf zwischen dem epischen Augenblick, als Elsa ihn erschaffen hat, wei Boy, was I wrong. The story is peppered with these problems, which kept dragging me out but are easily fixable. Smalls goes after Nacht Vor Augen Film, attempts to eat it and, after Sat 1 Ncis while, is apparently not pleased with the taste of this blood, so he spits Samsung Tv App tampon out in disgust. Sections of this page. Has seeds for a great horror drama, but it could stand a ten minute trimming, and a new climax. Heather Wixson. Las Vegas wird von Zombies überrannt. Partygirl Molly und ihr Freund Nick verlassen die Stadt der Sünde und machen sich auf den Weg durch die Wüste. Molly befindet sich mit ihrem zwielichtigen Freund Nick auf dem Weg zu einem Deal in der Wüste von Nevada, als ihr Wagen den Geist aufgibt.