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Critic Reviews for Aftermath
The shocks, and the repressed wickedness, as in all well-done horror films, build slowly, then reach a crescendo that is hard to bear and harder to shake off.
An often tedious but clammily atmospheric end-of-the-world thriller set in the wake of a nuclear holocaust.
This is the story, understand, of a group of people taking shelter in a basement following a nuclear holocaust. It's pretty clear right from the start that all or most of them will die. Good times.
There's very little that actually thrills in this well-constructed, if underwhelming film that works best as a how-to vid for nuclear war-minded DIYers.
Essentially, we're watching dead people refuse to lie down, yet the acting isn't terrible, and Scott Winig's photography is satisfyingly bleak and grimy.
Audience Reviews for Aftermath
The premise may sounds somewhat interesting, but after the 20th minute of sitting in a basement, you'd start to wonder when things will move along. It doesn't get too thrilling until the end, and even then it's anticlimactic with it's downer ending. There's a lot of somber, but it doesn't take away from the amount of bore.
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