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Plot: Six college friends unite for a weekend getaway where they find themselves fighting for their lives after a terrorist attack turns the local residents into rage infused zombies. Runtime: mins Release Date: 31 Dec 2012
Heading out for a weekend getaway, a group of friends staying at a remote mansion house find themselves stuck in a quarantined zone when a terrorist attack unleashes a biological infection that turns people into ravenous zombies and must try to stay alive.This one wasn't all that bad of a zombie effort. What really works here is the fact that there's quite a lot of rather fun and frantic zombie action on display which gives this one such a fun and exciting pace throughout here. From the opening shot of the missile striking and going off, there's quite a great deal of action that <more>
occurs after then which starts with the encounter with the rabid dog and leads into the great road-side brawl with the infected citizen that gives this a nice start before the zombies attack the house. Those are rather fun as well with the film featuring plenty of fine fighting in the kitchen to the chasing upstairs into the bedroom and dealing with the creatures there, and the eventual escape plan of running past them to get to the car and eventual safety makes for a thrilling action set-piece as they race past the creatures and get to safety. The scenes of them in the town are also quite fun with the group running into the massive horde on several occasions leading to some thrilling moments getting chased down the streets and into the back alleyways trying to dodge the snarling beings right on their heels and wading through the apocalyptic imagery there which leads to some chilling scenes here. The fact that the chilling finale is quite fun which goes for the rather daring series of chases throughout the college and into the big brawls in the hallways as there's more brawls and fights with the zombies running after them and generating plenty of solid chills here. Alongside the fine- looking zombies that are given a nice new trick with them being frozen stiff until they hear a sound and then snap into action which generates a great deal of positive points, these here are what work for this one. Even with these positives, there's a few minor flaws here in the fact that the film really slows down considerably in the middle here as there's long stretches of time with them in the house debating their plan of action and being hidden away from the zombies which reduces these segments to a crawl-like pace. It's a little too long to last in a film like this which features them going at a faster clip and probably could've gone at a faster cadence since it doe slow the film somewhat. Likewise, there's also the fact that this one really does seem a lot drier than most others would expect in a zombie film with a large amount of gruesomeness cut out of the film with the majority of the carnage committed against the zombies and only minor bits of flesh-ripping and other rather violent bits here. Otherwise there's not a whole lot to really dislike here.Rated R: Graphic Violence and Graphic Language.
My Review Of "The Demented" (by ASouthernHorrorFan)
"The Demented" continues the saga of an apocalypse where rage zombies plague mankind. The film is directed by Christopher Roosevelt and stars Kayla Ewell, Richard Kohnke, Ashlee Brian, Brittney Alger, Sarah Butler and Michael Welch. The story is a standard melodrama filled with carnage and mayhem as a group of friends head out for one last get- together before heading off to their own futures. Throw in a terrorist attack, which leads to an outbreak of mutant rage zombies, who spread like wildfire through the effected community, and "The Demented" gives us another thrill <more>
ride into a nightmare zombieland. "The Demented" story is a typical one with arrogant yet reflective youths looking to bond fighting unimaginable horrors. I didn't find any real holes in the plot line or characters stories which happens a lot in films. The terrorist attack is a familiar one but it is fresher than the standard schlock for "how zombies are made". It plays closer to the viral outbreak in other more powerful zombie tales like "28 Days Later" and "The Devil's Playground". However this is a new geographical location of the outbreak-bayou country and small town America. The actual outbreak happens over the New Orleans area but the college kids are at a family home far outside the city in a smaller community. It allows for the action and story arch to maintain an affected level of entertainment without seeming redundant or boring. I found the characters likable and believable. I actually connected with them and the story managed to keep my attention through the whole film. The special effects and action sequences in "The Demented" are intense and very commanding as the cast fight and as some die to get to the safe location of extraction. The thrills and even chilling moments are evenly spaced and timed well enough to create tension enough for excitement. The zombies are not the tradition creature we expect but more bleeding rage virulent humans with homicidal tendencies similar to "The Crazies"-fast movers that created even more thrilling action packed moments on screen. I enjoyed the added little element of the zombies "suspended state" when the smell or sound of the living wasn't stimulating them. "The Demented" isn't really anything knew for the zombie genre but the film gives a solid story and plenty of intense action. The acting is as good as some big budget flicks and for the most part "The Demented" delivers a good level of entertainment. I enjoyed this one as much as the other zombie films I mentioned in this review.
Holy Crap, This Was A Freaking Great Movie ... First This Is Not A Zombie Movie More Like A Rabies Movie ...The Action Is Fast And Powerhouse ... The Ending Shocked The &^%$ Out Of me ... I Can't See How This Doesn't Get An Easy 8 Out Of 10 ... The Only Thing I Can Think Of Saying Is "Holy Crap, This Was A Freaking Great Movie" ..