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Four years ago we brought news of an adaption of Juan De Dios Garduño’s best-selling novel "Y Pese A Todo", w hich was then called Welcome to Harmony. The film has since undergone a title change to the much more conventional "Extinction" and some assets have been found including a poster and a few images of star Mathew Fox (LOST) in a big beard.

Now, just in case you think to gloss over this one, it's being directed by Miguel Ángel Vivas, whose home invasion film Kidnapped (review) was a film that didn't pull any punches. I'm definitely excited to check it out.

After several hundred thousand years of evolution and supremacy, humans were nearly wiped out from the face of the Earth. Within just a few days, humankind was devoured by an infection that turned them into savage creatures without intellect, cruel and brutal.

Now, seven years after the outbreak, we find the small town of Harmony sitting in the middle of nowhere, covered by the perennial snows that took over part of the planet. Two men, long ago friends, Patrick and Jack, and Jack’s daughter, Lu, are now the only survivors. However, they won’t talk to or even acknowledge each other. Something terrible happened between them and a deep and unforgiving hatred ended up their friendship a long time ago.

When those horrible creatures finally come back to that forgotten corner of the world, driven by their insatiable hunger and lack of human prey, will Patrick and Jack be able to join forces and get past the hatred that has existed between them for so many years in order to save their own lives?

Extinction stars Matthew Fox (World War Z, “Lost”) and Jeffrey Donovan (“Burn Notice”), Ahna O’Reilly (The Help), Quinn McColgan (Non-Stop) and Clara Lago (I Want You).

Recommended Release: Kidnapped

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Lenny (7 years ago) Reply

Could be cool, I do dig M Fox so it's worth a look.


shocbomb (7 years ago) Reply

looks solid to me,kind of like 28 days later or the crazies meets 30 Days of Night or the Thing

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