Don't Grow Up
Directed by Thierry Poiraud
In a youth center on an isolated island, a group of teens wake up to find no adults watching over them. After enjoying their newfound freedom and not really questioning why, the group suddenly discover a mysterious epidemic has turned all the grownups into violent, dangerous maniacs. If the teens try to escape their nightmarish circumstances, they will have to become the very things they don’t want to: adults. After his debut soccer zombie flick GOAL OF THE DEAD scored, director Thierry Poiraud stayed in the same lane for this fearsome follow-up. A SHUDDER EXCLUSIVE
On an isolated island, a group of teenage delinquents living in a youth center wake up to find themselves alone with no one to watch over them.
Cast: Fergus Riordan, Madeleine Kelly, Natifa Mai, David Mckell
Not bad but not great either.
Got through a lot of it but it’s pretty boring.
It reminds me of a book series I read recently. Once you hit a certain age, you turn into pustule riddled zombies hungering for the flesh of kids. Decent series. Decent movie.
I enjoyed it, good way to kill time
Some very good tension and character buildup. One skull off for not necessarily the most original of ideas (This hearkens back to 28 Days Later, The Crazies, and to a lesser extent Children of Men) but delivers with some very surprising strong performances. The ending is almost the same as the remake of Dawn of the Dead (Sorry, Spoiler Alert) And that also contributed to losing one skull. Worth a watch, but because of it's drawbacks a bit predictable.