The Collapsed (2011)
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A desperate family seeks safety in the countryside after the apocalypse, but finds themselves hunted by a mysterious, seemingly supernatural force. The city is in ruins; most of the population has perished, and it appears as if the government has completely collapsed. In order to ensure the safety of his family, one father gathers as many guns as possible, and raids a convenience store for food and supplies before setting his sights on the country. Though the father's wilderness training provides him with the skills to avoid detection from dangerous scavengers and keep his family well fed, their situation turns grim when mankind becomes the least of their worries. ~ Jason Buchanan, Rovi … More
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Critic Reviews for The Collapsed
What The Collapsed lacks is the jolts that horror fans may prefer in their post-apocalyptic fare.
The Collapsed manages to corral its literary pretensions well enough that it manages to avoid embarrassing itself.
Audience Reviews for The Collapsed
It's the end of the world, and the Weaver family is just trying to survive. Father Scott (John Fantasia), mother Emily (Lise Moule), daughter Rebecca (Anna Ross) and son Aaron (Steve Vieira) are heading to a small town in hopes of finding their other son, but they're being tracked by a gang of murderous bikers, and a strange entity that threatens to destroy them all.
This film was a very low-budget Canadian film, and if the acting wasn't so awful it would've been a great film, especially with the twist ending. There was a lot of surprising moments, but none more surprising than the finale. Unfortunately it was weighed down like an anchor by the poor acting.
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