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Christopher Webster [Celluloid 11.06.09] Canada movie news horror



How many times have you sat at some lame extended family Christmas gathering hoping that a giant monster would emerge from the basement and save you from mind-numbing small-talk. Never? Huh, I guess I'm on my own then.

A series of earthquakes causes Los Angeles to do dark during Christmas eve and then a giant monster starts terrorizing a downtown high-rise complex. That my friends is all you need to know. And yes, the poster art is blatantly ripping off the the amazing Feast franchise, but whatever, it works.

Synopsis:
When an apartment building's lights go out mysteriously, all of the tenants put aside their problems and band together to get to the bottom of the city-wide blackout. Deep in the basement of the high-rise, a hideous breed of monster hatches and begins to wreak havoc. Everyone must find a way to kill the blood-thirsty creatures and survive the darkness before it destroys the world.

The Blackout is directed by Robert David Sanders. It's already complete and but has yet to find American distro.

Trailer (via: the official Blackout Blog) atfer the break.





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Des-ROW (10 years ago) Reply

Looks pretty decent

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uncleB (10 years ago) Reply

cant figure out if this is a rip off of aliens or feast maybe? if its available i will watch it. i agree with "decent"

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Anonymous (10 years ago) Reply

looks like an epic cheese fest

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donc48 (10 years ago) Reply

Looks good I love these types of movies reminds me of The Descent meets Quarantine. Do they explain why they can’t get out of the building? I'm going to look at the blog.

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Jan3Sobieski (10 years ago) Reply

I watched about 30 minutes of the movie and all i can say is... i turned it off. Pathetic, this was worse than some of the mediocre tv shows. I understand b-rated movies, but this was just... :shrug:


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