Another World 2014
- Director: Eitan Reuvan
- Based on book: no
- Cast: Zach Cohen, Susanne Gschwendtner, Davina Kevelson, Carl McCrystal
- Personal “oh yeah him/her” reaction, i.e. have seen this actor in:
- Carl McCrystal – Hustle, Doctor Who, The World Is Not Enough
- Why? Sounded good. Got several prizes.
- Seen: 3 March 2017
‘You wake up one day and everyone around you is a blood-thirsty zombie and you’re not curious. Why?’
‘No. Just kill them, keep running and hiding, and survive.’
These aren’t direct quotes but they sum up the conflict between the scientist and the soldier, both zombie killers.
Enter, running, fleeing, two somewhat scantily clad good-looking young women, one a doctor, the other her sister or daughter or something.
The narrator, a mysterious radio voice they all listen to, ponders the source of the pandemic as the four survive the first day. And the second. And the third.
How do we end up watching so many zombie films? I thought this was an other-planet sci-fi or something.
Quotes from Genesis, political and philosophical chat between the zombie-killing. Question: where do they get the endless supply of bullets? Petrol for the cars?
Jerky, illogical scene changes, stilted dialogue, annoying gender stereotypes, boring in spite of all the running and shooting and drama – in comparison Cockneys vs Zombies is a masterpiece.
It has some valid philosophical basis but as Hal puts it, ‘The script is dead.’ The ending has a nice twist but there are too many illogical holes to work.
1 ½ * of 5