The Colony

The Colony

Directed by Jeff Renfroe

In an icy post-apocalyptic future, a gang of cannibals attack a group of survivors and put the future of the human race in danger. Laurence Fishburne (THE MATRIX) and Bill Paxton (ALIENS) live in one of the last remaining colonies in the wintery world. But when a distress signal sends them to a nearby colony, they learn they've been lured there for the cannibal gang's supper. Now it's a race against time and the elements to ensure mankind's survival. Jeff Renfroe's gripping sci-fi horror should appeal to fans of the ALIEN films, PITCH BLACK and SNOWPIERCER.

In an icy post-apocalyptic future, a gang of cannibals attack a group of survivors.

Cast: Laurence Fishburne, Bill Paxton, Kevin Zegers

Member Reviews

I love this type of film, post apocalyptic and especially films set in snow, 30 days of night is one of my favourite films and done brilliantly, I don’t think this is quite to that standard but I still really enjoyed it, a great cast definitely helped, I do agree the writing was a bit cheesy at times especially the end, but on the whole a good solid effort and I would definitely watch other films of this standard and type.

jen77
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4 months ago

Ok movie...more thriller than horror

star22
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7 months ago

brilliant absolutely a good film to watch is you love post apocalyptic futuristic films with grit and tension and great acting

torturedSooul
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7 months ago

Bland and cliche ridden, a great idea and performances tugged down by bad writing, it almost felt lazy with the vampires from 40 days of night copy pasted in because it needed an antagonist.

Athenadark
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9 months ago

Couldn’t watch on shudder because it not available to watch in the US, but was on another horror movie app and it’s not bad to watch

kimmie369
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10 months ago