Arnold Schwarzenegger plays as Wade Vogel. He is a man that has spent two weeks looking for his daughter, only to find her in the quarantine ward of
a hospital. She has been infected with a virus that turns its victims into zombies. He takes her home so she can be with her family until the end.
Okay, where to start? Hard core horror fans most likely aren't going to like this movie. It's more heart wrenching than gut wrenching. That said,
there were a couple of times near the end where I clenched up, expecting the worst. The movie is slow. There is little to no action, no blood and gore
really, and no scares. It's more thoughtful than anything. It will make you ask yourself what you would do in the same situation. Will you kill your
loved one outright before the virus can take over? Will you turn him/her over to the quarantine people and let them take care of it? Or will you wait
until the very last and deal with it yourself?
The movie was well acted, with believable characters. I actually liked it despite the lack of horror elements that you'd expect from the typical
zombie movie. Arnold Schwarzenegger surprised me with the gentleness of his role. Judging from the type of movies he's usually in, I didn't think
he'd be able to pull that off.
The movie isn't on youtube. I'm not sure where you could go to watch it. I downloaded it with an app. So, I'm including the trailer instead.
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