- Actors: Antonia Beamish, Beverly Wilson, Brendan Gregory, Anna Swift
- Format: Multiple Formats, Color, NTSC
- Language: English
- Region: All Regions
- Number of discs: 1
- Rated: RestrictedR
- Studio: JINGA FILMS LTD
- DVD Release Date: February 18, 2014
- Run Time: 95 minutes
- Average Customer Review: 8 customer reviews
- ASIN: B00FYW50CC
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- #14745 in Horror (Movies & TV)
Part 2 of the Andrew Parkinson Trilogy - A group of young women have a terrible, degenerative illness which forces them to murder and feed on human flesh. As they adjust to this carnivorous existence, their only concerns are where to find human flesh and how to avoid a zombie hunter, until a newly infected girl arrives...
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The film appears to be a statement about life in general, in how we all must feed off of "dead creatures" in order to survive, especially people who eat meat. It asks the question, "What's the point?" if everything dies so something else can live. It makes it a little more personal when one has to eat human flesh and do their own killing.
The film itself consisted of the most boring reluctant cannibals ever assembled.
Guide: F-bomb. Brief sex and nudity.
She's right. This is a cool not-your-typical zombie flick. For one thing, our heroines aren't zombies. They have, apparently, contracted a disease that drives them to eat human flesh.
And eat human flesh, they do! This is one of the goriest movies I've seen in a long time... and done much more realistically than most zombie movies.
Don't get me wrong, I LOVE NotLD and ALL ROMERO'S CHILDREN! This movie is just different... and worth your time.
The plot is basically this: Two different groups of women are hiding out, suffering with this disease that they contracted when they were bitten by other victims. The disease forces them to eat human flesh. Are they zombies? One of the actresses in the extras says that they are. I didn't think so. But they are, I suppose, THINKING zombies.
The actresses are great, btw.
They're compelled to survive on human flesh. They don't even get it on with each other, or their prey.
And there's a sub-plot about some nut who captures creatures such as themselves and then tortures and kills them.
Very little else happens in this film. Unless the 'everydayness' of this horror is meant to make some point, it's rather boring.
A worthy addition to the 'not a normal horror film' genre.