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Dead Air (2009)





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Movie Info

The story revolves around a radio show team attempting to warn its listeners after a huge explosion turns zombies on the loose in L.A.more
Rating: Unrated
Genre: Horror, Mystery & Suspense, Science Fiction & Fantasy
Directed By:
Written By: Kenny Yakkel
In Theaters:
On DVD: Oct 27, 2009


Danielle Petty
as Businesswoman
Haley Pullos
as Dee Dee
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[Director] Bernsen has great potential as a horror director and delivers a real bang for our buck...

Full Review… | February 16, 2010
Cinema Crazed

Audience Reviews for Dead Air

What starts out promising turn into a really shame of a movie.
A cross between 28 weeks later and Pontypool with a terrorist threat theme to add.
I had no problem with the set up, mostly takes place at a late night radio station where you heard the events unfold (just like Pontypool) and bleeding from the eyes zombies that run (28 weeks later) but you do get glimpses of what is going on to in the city too. I found the acting quit hammy and I did?nt like bill moseley performance at all! Beside that there are some nice gore scenes and some good scares but with a low budget you don?t get the sense of dread that there trying to pull off.
I give it 3 stars for the effort but it?s really a 2 star show.

Brian De Guelle

Super Reviewer

In the veins of "28 Days Later" and others, "Dead Air" is a micro-budget movie where there is not gore effects at all, probably, due to the lack of it, HOWEVER, the movie has a good script and some good storyline.
The execution was below decent, the acting was not good in the main characters and the rest of the cast was even worse, specially the infected people.
"Dead Air" is a regular effort in the mini micro low budget horror genre which I always skip and I think this script with a higher budget and better acting would be a very good piece of cinema. I want a remake!

John Me

Super Reviewer

Low-budget but well executed 28 Days Later-school zombie flick. This time, a rage-like virus used as a bioweapon in a terrorist attack and a shock-jock who carries on a personal battle AGAINST conspiracy nuts struggles both to keep his listeners informed and make sure his family is safe. Bill Moseley is excellent in the lead and the supporting cast is solid as well. There are strong, perhaps sometimes heavy handed, social and political commentaries as well, particularly when Moseley finds himself face-to-face with one of the terrorists. A few nice twists, fair gore that doesn't go over the top, and some decent suspense. One of the better films in its vein; there's more here than just another zombie horror knockoff. Well worth a viewing.

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