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In the wake of the end of the world, a family of four desperately tries to survive. Their goal: escaping the city and traveling to the rural community they once called home. As the constant threat of a violent death forces them to stay as far away from civilization as possible, they take to the forest, only to discover the danger posed by other survivors may be the least of their worries.

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  • Actors: Vincent Thomas, Steve Vieira, Stefano Gallo
  • Directors: Justin McConnell
  • Format: Multiple Formats, Color, NTSC, Widescreen
  • Language: English
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 2.35:1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Rated:
    NR
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  • Studio: Anchor Bay Entertainment
  • DVD Release Date: June 5, 2012
  • Run Time: 82 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 2.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (30 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B007IUEDYY
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #172,205 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)
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By Donald L. Jones on December 20, 2012
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As far as entertainment is concerend it was and interesting take on what could happen, but also very dark in content. I prefer movies where at least the good guy looks toward a future at the end of the movie. I did not feel that the story heald out any hope for the furture but was the view of the writer and director who wanted to impose their personal take of whatit would be like with out looking at the big picture. As far as syfy is concerend it could fit in the Horror genra. If you like to see lots of killing and want a sense of hopless ness then this is your movie.
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I caught this on free Streaming. Bad. Awful. Boring. Talentless. It's truly a New Rock Bottom Low in zero-budget, "let's-shoot-this-with-my-friends-at-Grandma's-farm-next-weekend" awful.

My 12 year old nephew guessed the hackneyed, overused plot 'ending twist' about 10 minutes in. You will too.
So for anyone under around age 9, here's the Spoiler Alert: Dad is insane and just hallucinated everything. All of the scenes in the movie never happened as you saw them, Dad murdered his family plus everybody else, then has instant amnesia, and in the last two minutes of the film he remembers in a series of flashbacks, feels just terrible about it all, puts a bullet through his brain, and The End.

To get to that ending ' flashback twist' you have to watch a really lame cast struggle with probably the worst script ever written.
Not bad like Plan 9, Ed Woods-bad. Bad like an untalented kid with a camera just throwing together 80 minutes of garbage the absolute cheapest way he can think of so he has something to sell to DVD/cable, then cashes out and runs.

So this 'city family of 4' is homeless and on the run from some terrible, really awful TEOTWAWKI apocalypse that the director never even bothers to name. So no details, no backstory, no nothing. For the first few minutes you think he's trying to be mysterious about setting up a 'big reveal'. Then the Big Reveal never happens, the film is over, and you realize the director just didn't care enough even to specify the nature of The Big Bad Thing We're All Running From.
Some reviewer praised him for not including zombies. Heck no--zombies would have cost money.
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This was a well made low budget film that I didn't like. Civilization has suddenly collapsed for some unexplained reason as people distrust and kill each other ("Yellow Brick Road"). A family of four decide to leave the city for Dover's Bend, their old home town. That is pretty much it.

Along the way they encounter other people and a hear weird noises and feel spooked out. The mystery, which you may not realize there is one, is solved at the end.

The acting was decent for a low budget. The writing and direction were also better than normal, it just that there wasn't anything there to enjoy. They didn't build character well. The "twist" was not unexpected. For seasoned film watchers this is a let down. People who don't watch a lot of horror films might find some enjoyment in it.

Parental Guide: F-bomb, no sex, no nudity.
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This is an American independent, end of the world, psychological type horror. It is based around a family of four, they are in the big city and an `event' has happened that seems to make everyone uber violent. They know their only hope is to get away and head out of town to find the other son. The father Scott Weaver (John Fantasia) leads his wife, daughter and son away from the pestilent city and head off in a stolen car to the comparative safety of the country-side.

But you know they are going to encounter other `humans' at some point and things are never going to go well. This features lots of camera angles with weird breathing which is there to evoke fear in the viewer and to make us think that bad things are going to happen. Whilst the father does have graphic night mares in the build up to `the twist', it is unlikely that the on screen antics will have the same effect on you.

The acting is not Academy nominee grade, but there are some convincing performances. We have the usual stupid decisions that happen in all films of this genre, the sort that nearly always lead to a demise of the miscreant or increased tension. This does work in part, and the family become more begrimed as they get further away from civilisation, which is a nice nod to realism.

Overall though this is not that entertaining, it drags in the middle and the action is sporadic at best, the saving grace is the kick in the tail and that was actually the only thing that pulled this back from a lower rating than I have awarded. If you like all things `horror', then this will never be on your `A' list, but you still may want to see, if you only want a quality fright-fest, then best to not bother.
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I thought I'd give my thoughts on this film after watching it today. I came upon it by browsing for horror movies to put on my dvr and came across this. It sounded okay so I taped it. Then I looked it up on imdb and saw it was rated 3.7/10. I almost deleted it right then, but for some reason I flipped it on this morning and watched it pretty much the whole way through.

It's very easy to sum up this film. It's a pretty bad movie, but as far as bad movies go, it's actually not too bad. It's very comparable to a Syfy channel movie. Low budget, unknown actors, not too good effects. It has some merit, but it also has some really cringe-worthy moments, as you would expect. Some may not make it past the pretty awful opening scene, but it gets better. The young woman (I can't help it, she's a decent actor, but it's hard to ignore the obvious similarities) kept reminding me of a discount Anna Kendrick. The son was awkward but had some good scenes. The mother . . . eh. The father is the best actor.

There's not much to say. It's pretty much a "B" movie, but it's a decent one. If you can bear the awkward moments and actually enjoy yourself, it's a pretty well directed piece, plus it creates a nice atmosphere to boot. One of the main plot points comes to nothing, but then again the movie has twists that I applauded. The Collapsed isn't some two and a half hour movie you have to sit through, it's a slim 80 minutes, and for the relatively short investment of time, the movie provides enough entertainment to make it worth it.
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