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White Sky

UK 2021
produced by
Malcolm Winter, Monika Gergelova, Makenna Guyler, Adam Wilson for M and M Film Productions, The Movie Method Productions, Buddy Box Films
directed by Adam Wilson
starring Natalie Martins, Jordan Mcfarlane, Makenna Guyler, Ade Dimberline, Monika Gergelova, Danielle Shurey, Malcolm Winter, Ben Stephens, Jade le Roux, Steph Edgar, Nicole Katherine Riddell, Emma Clark Palmer, Alanah Corbridge, Annabelle Mackinnon-Austin, Adam Emerton, Sharon Corbridge, Paul Britten, Maria Collings, Jack Arnold (II), Jayne Farrelly, Joel Rees, Steve Smith, Ozzy Reaney, Cameron Townend, Monika Gergely, Kade Guyler, Richard Hedge, Dave Guyler, Amie Scott, Adele Teague, Hayley Jayne, Tracey Jereb
written by Philip Daay, music by Alexander Arntzen, Sam Roberts, Owen Roberts, visual effects by Connor Guyler

review by
Mike Haberfelner

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Hailey (Natalie Martins) and Liam (Ade Dimberline) only had Hailey's sister Sienna's (Makenna Guyler) best in mind when they took her, a recovering drug addict, to the woods for some camping and detoxing - but then they witness first hand the nearest down being attacked and pretty much anihilated by an alien spaceship. What's worse, the attack seems to have turned everyone in its wake into zombie-like creatures, and these creatures before long manage to catch up with Hailey, Liam and Sienna ... and before long send them running. And while on flight, they cross paths with Josh (Jordan Mcfarlane), who seems like a shady enough guy to not trust him, but he tells them he has a safe haven nearby and invites them to join him - and they really have no other option than to follow. Now the place he leads them to, part of an abandoned army base, is actually safe enough from the creatures and easy to defend - but Josh is actually a drugrunner using the place as his temporary storage, and he has no qualms about letting Sienna have some of his stash in return for some favours. What's worse though is that Liam has earlier been scratched by one of the creatures, and is now slowly turning into one of them, and while he does his best to keep himself in check, he does have more and more outbursts of violence. So the safe haven might also be our heroes' death trap ...


A cool piece of genre cinema that really gets the most out of its rather standard basic storyline, and wisely concentrates on human conflicts rather than investing too much time in zombie action - and fortunately the film's carried by a very capable small ensemble. Now add to that some impressive locations that are made good use of, and a directorial effort that invariably favours atmosphere over jump scares, and you've got yourself some very nice sci-fi/horror.


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