Three friends start the day on a fishing trip, but before they can make it to their destination, they are split apart. When split, the characters come face to face with the brutality of a pandemic sweeping small town Texas. They quickly realize the seriousness of their predicament. Now, they must make it out of this town alive. Some survivors show great kindness in the face of adversity, and others show cowardice, fear, and discontent for humanity. None can escape the death around them. There is no sign of law or order, and civil structures have fallen apart. People of the church are few, but remain convinced that the pandemic is the reckoning of God. Many are forced to kill those they know, or those they love. Sequentially , many have become warped, and mentally unstable. In the end a retribution will be paid.
Directed by: Aaron Isaac Vasquez
. Starring: Aaron Isaac Vasquez
, James Garrigan
, Brandon Piskorik
, Hannah Morgan
, Matt Skinner
, Javi Gonzalez
, Dominque Garcia
, Daniel Falcon
, Jason Falcon
, Dan Benitez
, Beau Harris
, Nathalie Holmes
, Angela Ware
. Music by: Nina Kernicke
, Aaron Isaac Vasquez
Concept and setting were good, acting and camera work were mostly pretty good. Directing, scene plotting and plot development left a lot to be desired. Some events were too unclear; some character actions seemed random or lacked explanation.
Normally I'm okay with artistic plot devices that leave something to the imagination, but when critical events occur that leave you unclear about WHAT happened and not just WHY, it becomes annoying. Also I'm not sure if these were actual "artistic devices" or just plain bad editing.
Bloopers: Guns were obtained and then suddenly seemed to be no longer present or changed hands without explanation at least three times. At least two critical events were somehow skipped over or something so that it was hard to know what happened. The "zombies" and effects were OK, but only OK. Nice try guys, but it needs work.
It's a pity, this could have been a six-star movie, but I can only give it a four due to its flaws.
Review by goshin34 from the Internet Movie Database.