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ExtinctionNine years after an infection turns most of the humanity into rabid creatures, Patrick, Jack and Lu, a nine-year-old girl, survive in seeming peace and calm in the forgotten snow-covered town of Harmony. We nonetheless sense that something terrible happened between Patrick and Jack because a deep hate keeps them apart. When the infected appear again, Patrick and Jack will have to leave behind all rancor to protect the one being who means more to them than anything else.
Actors of "Extinction"
Directors of "Extinction"Miguel Ángel Vivas
Creators of "Extinction"Alberto MariniBirthdate: 3 September 1972, Turin, ItalyMiguel Ángel Vivas
Critic Reviews of "Extinction"Los Angeles TimesJuly 30, 2015
"The Walking Dead" must really be leaving its mark on the entire zombie subgenre.Entertainment WeeklyJuly 30, 2015
Vivas tries to add a family-drama twist to an otherwise standard survival story, but the characters aren't complex enough (and the secrets aren't explosive enough) to elevate this beyond a basic zombie flick.New York Daily NewsJuly 29, 2015
The film's core problems: too little zombie and too much plot.About.comSeptember 16, 2015
he thrills are basically relegated to the beginning and the end of the film, but in between, the story manages to craft genuine drama and emotional ties.Film School RejectsAugust 05, 2015
Its narrative leans toward the untenable side of melodrama and pushes viewers away when it should be pulling them in for a suspenseful finale.The PlaylistJuly 31, 2015
"Extinction" is far from a horror masterpiece and doesn't really bring anything entirely new to the genre, but it's a solid zombie survival flick that takes its characters seriously and doesn't condescend to the audience.Film Journal InternationalJuly 29, 2015
[After an interesting first half, Extinction] consumes its own brains and becomes another mindless creature feature.ScreenAnarchyJuly 20, 2015
It very much feels like it's trying too hard to be a grand and serious work while at the same time using some of the most hoary and overripe tropes of the genre to make its points.
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