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USA 2020
produced by
Jay Saunders, Eduardo Sanchez (executive), Devon Marie Saunders (executive), Doug Henderson (executive), Matt Nease (executive), (executive) for Man in the Arena Films, Everything's Fire
directed by Jay Saunders
starring Jay Saunders, Devon Marie Saunders, Jadyn Saunders, Gabby Lavoie, Doug Henderson, TJ Johnson, Marissa Chafee, Aaron Goodmiller, Isabella Goodmiller, Abdullah Abu-Mahfouz, Dan Brenkert, Christopher Inlow, Matt Lake, Ty Drew, Beth Wert
written by Jay Saunders Devon Marie Saunders (assistant), music by Jay Saunders


review by
Mike Haberfelner

Doomsday has come and gone, and has zombiefied a large part of the world's population - something that left big scars on our hero (Jay Saunders), who killed his child upon turning into a zombie. Since then he and his wife (Devon Marie Saunders) have been on the run, with him carrying an ax at all times to defend them - but eventually, his wife first falls ill then turns before his very eyes. And even though he knows it's the sensible thing to do he just can't bring himself to kill her, but just keeps running on alone. He faces and masters many dangers, but much more straining than all them put together are the nightmares both killing his kid and abandoning his wife have given him, nightmares that seem to be with him even during his waking hours - until his wife, now a zombie, catches up with him ...


Filmed entirely dialogue-free, this has nevertheless turned out to be a very powerful film, as only on the surface it tells a very simplistic zombie story, but really puts its emphasis much less on zombie action or your usual scare tactics but on the emotional tragedy that goes with the story, and in that respect, this webseries seems almost archaic, which is also mirrored in many strong images of beautiful yet merciless nature as well as many of the setpieces which are as good as never spectacle and always reduced to the actual conflict, no frills added. And in that respect, this is a very unusual zombie tale, but an impressive, compelling one nevertheless.


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