Autumn (2009)





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Death blows in on autumn winds in this apocalyptic zombie shocker featuring David Carradine. The virus came so fast no one had time to prepare. Before the day was over, entire towns were decimated, and large cities became monumental tombs. Left with nothing but fading hope and the will to live, reclusive software consultant Michael (Dexter Fletcher) and temperamental mechanic Carl (Dickon Tolson) lead a small group of survivors into the country in hopes of riding out the coming winter. But now the decaying victims of the plague are reanimating, growing more smart - and vicious - with each passing day. Now, the only hope for the survival of the human race is Phillip (Carradine), a man who refused to leave the city, and has somehow avoided becoming food for the flesh-eating masses. Based on the book by David Moody. ~ Jason Buchanan, Rovi
R (for gory disturbing images and language throughout)
Horror , Mystery & Suspense
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Audience Reviews for Autumn

This low-budget zombie movie moves as slowly as its subject matter. The survivors of a virus, immune for unknown reasons, haven't paid attention to popular culture over the last decade as they know nothing at all about zombies or their behavior. As a consequence, the audience knows more than the poorly conceived characters and has to endure all the zombie basics until the characters catch up. Makes for a boring movie. The blood effects in the beginning were decent. Zombie effects rot.

Don Schick
Don Schick

The virus that wipes out most of the populace happens quickly and brutally, it's only later that the survivors realize the dead are returning to a semblance of life. Autumn's interesting take on the zombie apocalypse has a progression from shambling undead to higher and higher levels of aggression and movement. Unfortunately, the character driven story and dialogue aren't strong enough to keep us engaged. Worth seeing, but disappointing that they weren't able to do more with it.

John Wagner
John Wagner

Low budget, kind of shoddy zombie flick. Characters aren't that good, though I was pretty surprised to see David Carradine. The zombie concept was actually a bit interesting, being mostly harmless at first but growing more aggressive as the days went by. There isn't much else original though, and in the end it's mostly a below average obscure zombie movie. But then again.

Wes Shad
Wes Shad

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