Autumn (2012) Moody

Posted: February 16, 2015 in FILM REVIEWS/COMMENTS
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AutumnA schoolteacher heads to the country to survive a zombie-apocalypse.

Based on the indie novel by David Moody, director Steven Rumbelow’s microscopic budget atmospheric film that while doesn’t evoke the emotion of the likes of The Battery (2012) it never the less has a lot of novelty to it thanks to Dexter Fletcher’s performance as Michael.

It’s more of mournful character study rather than a full on zombie assault. Don’t expect too much from this choppy produced slow burner and you may be surprisingly pleased.

Autumn is worth watching for its serious tone and Fletcher’s sombre performance.

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