Directed by Steven Rumbelow
Based on the book by David Moody
Starring: Dexter Fletcher, David Carradine, Dickon Tolson, Lana Kamenov
The virus was fast, airborne and without warning or discrimination. Whole towns died within minutes. Most of the world's population dropped like leaves and was gone within a few hours. This global holocaust hit survivors with such a force of impact that few could possibly have possessed the mechanisms or life experience to know how to cope.
As if this weren't bad enough it was an extremely disgusting fact that the corpses started to reanimate a couple of days later. Eventually disgust would give way to cold fear as survivors realized that the longer the reanimated corpses were alive the more they learned, the cleverer they got, the more wildly aggressive and dangerous they became.
They couldn't see too well so if you didn't make lights or fires and if you didn't make a noise you could be fairly safe. That's when you truly understand how oppressive silence can be. That's when you really miss the noise of the old world. The world that can never return.
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