Made in 2006 and shelved until 2009, when star Chris Pine became the new Captain Kirk, this film has been forgotten. And not deservedly so. It's difficult to classify. Not enough blood and guts for fans of the average "end of the world" screamfest, and not enough focus on the wide dystopian world for sci-fi buffs. More than any other horror film about the end times, the focus is on the characters, the struggles, the good times ("Dawn of the Dead" type adventures fill the middle section), and, most heartbreaking of all, the times when they must put aside human decency in order to live another day. The ending is mighty sad (no spoilers, but I can tell you there's no "happy ever after" here.) I suppose that's why this film was not successful: it doesn't have the gore of horror or the superfantistic future shock of sci-fi, making it hard to classify. Not to mention the doomsday aspects of the hard decisions made by the characters. Definitely not something to watch for a riproaring fun time. But absolutely worth a look if you want to see what happens when human drama is the one thing not wiped out when seemingly all else is.