Survivors (2015)

Survivors (2015)

David AndersonAdrian AnnisSimon BurbageLucy Chappell
Adam Spinks


Survivors (2015) is a English movie. Adam Spinks has directed this movie. David Anderson,Adrian Annis,Simon Burbage,Lucy Chappell are the starring of this movie. It was released in 2015. Survivors (2015) is considered one of the best Drama,Horror,Thriller movie in India and around the world.

Kate Meadows (Joanne Gale) and her cameraman Duke (Simon Burbage) embark on a mission to uncover whether or not a government weapons contractor has secretly been using humans as their test subjects. As they dig deeper, they realise the brutal reality... The test subjects have escaped and are carrying a deadly new contagion meant for use in biological war. They soon find themselves in a race for their own survival as the military lose the fight against the infected and those responsible for the outbreak stop at nothing to prevent the truth being revealed... In a world without laws, without order and with nobody watching, how far would you go to survive?


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Survivors (2015) Reviews

  • I want to go home


    The film opens with some very bad hand held footage of Duke (Simon Burbage) and Katherine June (Joanne Gale) filming a documentary on the MEDEA group performing mutated virus testing on human subjects, where the subjects have gone missing. After some bad scenes of Kate messing with her hair and out of focus filming of the gate, the film changes into a plot and subplot. One story continues on from this point while the other half is Kate looking for Duke, minus the hand held footage, but the same jerky shooting. Kate meets a man (David Anderson) who helps her find Duke, a man she doesn't trust but has to. We don't find out how they got separated until 53 minutes into the film when we shortly return to one plot line. This is NOT a zombie film, it is an infection film and not a very good one at that. The film was boring. Dialogue was boring. Editing and filming were bad. They managed not to screw up the sound, but used a deplorable sound track. I film better with my $200 dollar camera. There is no need to make the filming this bad to attempt realism. Tripods are actually cheap, lightweight and can fold up into a small bag. Horror consists of a few people with blood on their face and a person getting blown up off screen. There appears to be a poorly developed twist at the end. If you really want to watch a funny zombie indie film, try "Night of the Living Deb" instead. Guide: F-bomb. No sex or nudity.


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