Claudio is a businessman at the top of his game. On his way to an important meeting, his elevator gets stuck. What starts out as a mere technical difficulty turns out to be a catastrophe of...
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Claudio is a businessman at the top of his game. On his way to an important meeting, his elevator gets stuck. What starts out as a mere technical difficulty turns out to be a catastrophe of much larger proportions. Bit by bit and with his cell phone being the only source of information as he is trapped between floors, Claudio realizes that the world as he knew it has completely gone down the drain. Once familiar faces have turned savage and blood-smeared. A lethal virus is transforming people into highly contagious, homicidal zombies. Trapped inside a metal cage, with the ravenous ghouls out to get him, Claudio must rely entirely on his wits and survival instincts to break out of this hell on earth.Written by
I was kinda pleasantly surprised with this little gem of a movie that managed to keep me intrigued throughout its entire course. Don't get me wrong, this is no REC, but Italian cinematography did quite alright with The End?
So we can either compare it with Rec, 30 days later or any other zombie horror for that matter, or we can take it for what it is and try to enjoy it. Acting was ok on my part, plot easy to follow-decent and some nice kills here and there, even tho they are simple zombie deaths.
I want to say that it was a nice way to occupy around 90 minutes of my time and if I do find other such productions I'll surely keep an eye on them.
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