The monsters themselves play little on screen roll, understandably for an indie project...but it's worked very well into the movie, tension and thrills are kept high when needed and when the monsters do make an appearance they look suitably alien and convincing.
Topped off with a satisfying beginning middle and end...this is just a solid movie.
2.- Characters horrible developed, unidimensional, the worst of the movie.
3.- he wants to take a picture of a monster, he cares for his camera, takes pictures of everything except the monsters.
and the list could be very large.
yes a cute metaphor of immigration and all, but is very bland
It basically follows the events of an alien infected zone between the United States and Mexico following the crash of a space probe in the region.
The infection has produced creatures of War Of The Worlds proportions that have a bit of Alien mixed in.
A photographer escorts a US tourist through the infected zone from Mexico to the apparent safety of the U.S.
The United States is protected from the infected zone by a giant man made wall that invoked memories of President Trump's Prexidential campaign in 2016!
Chuck in a bit of Jurassic Park, 28 Days Later then you are halfway to understanding this film.
It obviously had budgetary constraints but Edwards proves his credentials for bigger projects in future with this effort that looks more polished.