in about 100 words or less
Spain/France/US/Hungary 110m, Colour
Director: Miguel Ángel Vivas; Cast: Matthew Fox, Jeffrey Donovan, Quinn McColgan, Valeria Vereau, Alex Hafner, Clara Lago
Extinction is a post apocalyptic horror film that is set nine years after a worldwide zombie outbreak during a time in which the climate has shifted, leaving the small town of Harmony in year-round winter and its few inhabitants believing that the flesh-eating monsters are long dead. An intimate human drama, Extinction is supported by a strong cast, including McColgan, as Lu, who provides a frightening perspective on their isolation and the terror that is about to return (Klaus Ming January 2016).
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