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||IMDB Rating: 4.9/10 from 1,343 votes
||Release: 5 March 2011 (Japan) /
||Genre: Action, Drama, Horror
||Director: Marc Price,
||Stars: Aiden Largey, Alastair Kirton, Clare-Louise English, Daisy Aitkens, Dan Weekes, Dominic Burgess, Justin Mitchell-Davey, Kate Alderman, Kerry Owen, Leanne Pammen, Leigh Crocombe, Mari-Claire Turley, Ryan Hunter, Simba Masaku, Tat Whalley
||Synopsis: Our hero Colin is bitten by a Zombie; he dies and returns from the dead. We follow him as he wanders through suburbia during the throes of a cadaverous apocalypse.
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I was lucky enough to catch a screening of this movie at the Sci-fi
Oktoberfest at the Apollo Cinema in central London. It was the first
movie in a zombie quadruple-bill, an all night gorefest. Quite frankly
I was expecting this unknown low-budget horror to be as awful as it
sounded, but it actually turned out to be the best movie of the night
in many ways. The director and main star of the film were both in
attendance, and I had a chance to congratulate Marc Price on creating a
damn fine little movie on what was clearly a shoestring budget.
Let's get the downsides out of the way first. The ultra-low budget
really does hurt the film. The camera-work and lighting are the biggest
victims, in that what might have been intended as a naturalistic
documentary style is actually just a mess of incredibly shaky video
footage. Marc Price admitted that he was unhappy with the dark/night
scenes as they were still perhaps a bit too dark. On the plus side, the
sounds and music are very well done and they manage to carry the
sometimes dodgy visuals.
The real lure of this film however, is the the story. Rather than
explaining the hows, the whats and the whys of this particular zombie
apocalypse, it simply focuses on a single zombie and follows his
shambling journey from death to undeath while civilisation comes to a
grinding halt in the background. Other movies in the genre have the
zombies as a faceless horde of implacable eating machines, but "Colin"
plucks one half-eaten face from the crowd and makes him a highly
believable character. I never thought this would happen, but I felt
genuine empathy for Colin at times. As he shuffles around a London that
is collapsing in upon itself, various groups of human survivors cross
his path offering snapshots of other untold stories that are occurring
at the same time. There is the man being slowly and quietly eaten to
death, the group of grim-faced zombie-hunters, the man with a secret in
his cellar, the grieving sister ... every one of these stories gives
hints of the wider chaos that must be going on, making this a very
believable, and very English, zombie uprising.
This is a film that absolutely deserves to be seen by a wider audience.
I can only hope that a distribution company picks it up and ensures
that it gets a full release in the same way that other low budget films
like Blair Witch Project and Open Water did. Ideally, I'd like to see a
studio offer Marc Price the money to make a shot for shot remake but
with professional level equipment. The story is very strong, it seems
that even zombies can have a character arc and a sense of purpose, and
there are so many clever ideas in both the script and the execution.
There are some moments of subtle humour, lashings of blood, and at
least one moment that was genuinely terrifying. I'm greatly looking
forward to seeing more work from this novice director, there is real
talent on display here. It might look low budget, but script- wise this
is as strong as anything being released by the major studios.
If you have ever enjoyed a good zombie film, then do seek out "Colin"
because it is truly a fine example of the genre. It's quite literally a
film for people with braiiiiiiiiins.
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, Alastair Kirton
, Clare-Louise English
, Daisy Aitkens
, Dan Weekes
, Dominic Burgess
, Justin Mitchell-Davey
, Kate Alderman
, Kerry Owen
, Leanne Pammen
, Leigh Crocombe
, Mari-Claire Turley
, Ryan Hunter
, Simba Masaku
, Tat Whalley
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