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Clive Barker's The Plague (2006)





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Comatose for 10 years, the children of the world awaken to carry out their mission: the complete annihilation of the human race.
R (Rated R for horror violence/gore and language.)
Documentary , Drama , Horror
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Sony Pictures Home Entertainment

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Brad Hunt
as Sam Raynor
Ivana Milicevic
as Jean Raynor
James Van Der Beek
as Tom Russell

Critic Reviews for Clive Barker's The Plague

All Critics (4)

A direct-to-video dreary zombie movie.

Full Review… | January 1, 2009
Ozus' World Movie Reviews

This is the sort of horror film that hooks you from frame one with both smarts and frights.

Full Review… | September 5, 2006
Hollywood Bitchslap

...there's simply no overlooking the general sense of incompetence that's been hard-wired into virtually every aspect of the production.

Full Review… | September 4, 2006
Reel Film Reviews

The Plague certainly isn't an awful little chiller flick, but given its crafty opening premise (and the attached name of Clive Barker), I was hoping for a little more from the follow-through.

Full Review… | August 13, 2006

Audience Reviews for Clive Barker's The Plague

It is a good concept and story, just poorly executed. I think that has less to do with the acting/direction and more to do with the material. Clive Barker is a great storyteller, but a lot of the what happens is internal to the characters. It makes for a compelling read, but is next to impossible to capture the same layers and depth visually. So, this is definitely one where you want to read the book and skip the film.

John Wagner
John Wagner

Decent film, good performance by James Vanderbeek. Interesting plot, its not scary but entertaining. Nice ending.

Chosen 718
Chosen 718

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At first, I thought this looked like a promising scary flick. Imagine all children around the world suddenly falling into a coma and after ten years, wake up as mass murdering zombie-like teens. Would have given me a good scare if everyone in the cast of didn't act like everyone else. James Van Der Beek and the lady co-star were annoyingly unemotional while the guy who played "sam" was so over-the-top cheesy that if only i didn't want to know how the movie ended, i would have changed channels. What's even worse is that the ending was so bad and as much as i would like to make sense of it, it doesnt make any sense at all.

Rose Gonzaga
Rose Gonzaga

Super Reviewer

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