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Plot: Following the outbreak of a virus that wipes out the majority of the human population, a young woman documents her family's new life in quarantine and tries to protect her infected sister. Runtime: 85 mins Release Date: 29 Jul 2016
Something new and different to watch. Very entertaining.
Viral (by Argemaluco)
Foremost, I liked seeing the logo of Dimension Films at the beginning of Viral. I didn't know that that studio, which during the '90s was like the Blumhouse from nowadays, still existed. Wait a minute... Viral is also from Blumhouse?! Who bought who? Nevermind. The point is that Viral is a fascinating film with elements of a juvenile drama, "coming of age" tale and a disturbing vision of the post- apocalyptic world in which civilization gradually crumbles, on the one hand because of the effects of a mysterious illness, and on the other hand, the violence and paranoia <more>
developed between the few survivors. But all that is condensed into the minuscule scale of a typical North American suburb, and from the point of view of two young women who are suddenly separated from everything they considered normal. I guess some people will also add "zombie cinema" to that list of ingredients, even if the infected ones in Viral aren't exactly "living dead", but I would personally not do so. To start with, the feature defining Viral aren't the zombies, or the typical hunt/chase of creatures through the abandoned city. On the opposite, Viral stays at home in order to examine the relationship between the two main characters, displaying the chaos of their social micro-universe, their adaptation to isolation and the strengthening of the sisterly bonds when the deterioration of physical and social condition obliges them to mature. One of the things I liked the most in Viral is the nature of the epidemic, as well as its symptoms and gradual transformation of the infected ones; co-screenwriters Christopher Landon and Barbara Marshall created a very interesting biological cycle I would like to see further explored in future sequels. Besides, we have the excellent performances from Sofia Black-D'Elia and Analeigh Tipton, who feel absolutely credible in their roles while having a perfect chemistry with each other, transmitting a simultaneously casual, deep, warm and hostile dynamic. And the ending is very satisfactory, while leaving us with a bittersweet message which doesn't betray the spirit of the movie. In summary, Viral isn't a post-apocalyptic epic, but an intimate tale with a global aftermath or vice versa . It isn't a zombie movie, but a sincere juvenile drama with blood and violence instead of "makeovers" and musical assemblies. But don't expect "hardcore" horror either; just the honest interaction between two young woman who love each other in the inside, but hate each other in the outside. It would be a "chick flick" if it wasn't for the bloody vomit.
I want a sequel to this work of art. (by dbcseriesvlogs)
The movie has a good plot. To be a low budget movie is good. But the only thing that fails is the end because I think that more than 1 person left thoughtful in what could happen later. I would like there to be a sequel. But this time more effort and above all make clear many explanations. as who was the mother of emma !? What happened to emma's father !? Who was your uncle !? Did they have problems going to Washington State !? What happened to emma and evan !? Many things were like that. I want a sequel, and I hope it's done soon. Good movie.
A Well Directed Film With Strong Characters (by stephenabell)
"Worm-flu hits America..." I really wasn't looking forward to watching this film with that tagline, though the synopsis and trailer were enough of a hook to fish me in... and I am glad they did.There's some new illness going around and it spreads with the speed of Speedy Gonzalas. At first, the news tells people not to worry... then to stay at home... then the airwaves are taken over by the CDC as everything goes to hell.What you get here is a typical "Teenagers will do what teenagers will do survival story". the difference being it's pretty strongly directed <more>
and acted.The story by Barbara Marshall and Christopher Landon had me in mind of Stephen King's Cell also reviewed on this blog though done better. Instead of a cell phone signal affecting people, it's a strange infectious disease... or is it? What the writers do best is to create strong and engaging characters.Respect to directors Henry Joost and Ariel Schulman for breathing new life into the genre by creating relatable and realistic characters, adding tension and scares where required, and especially for some very nice camera shots.Something else which booted the film in my eyes was the absence of an annoying character. There's usually one character in this type of movie that is irksome and usually lowers the movie; the best example of this is "Snot-Girl" in The Blair Witch Project. Luckily there's no such character here - thank you.What you get are sisters Emma and Stacey Drakeford who have been forced to move to the new housing estate in a new city, thanks to their teacher dad's transfer. The sisters are realistically portrayed by Sofia Black D'Elia and Analeigh Tipton, respectively. Even though all hell is breaking loose around them it's a story of their relationship and how strong their and their families bonds are.Even though there aren't many big special effects in the film, what there is are well done and nicely throughout. The airstrike comes straight to mind as an example as does the "wiggly" ears...If you like science fiction films about humans fighting an unwinnable fight against unknown forces then this would be worth a watch. You will also see how Cell should have been done.
It was a fun movie, and I often think about it long after having watched it. that already puts it above and beyond a great many other movies.I liked the use of the wormy-type things and the sounds they made. I also thought it was cute how they used actual footage of president Obama talking about Ebola as a stand-in for the Viral thing occurring in the movie.
Not as bad as I thought it would be (by apryla-58795)
This wasn't bad. The lead girl was pretty good. She looked like Addison Timlin, Camila Mendes & Vanessa Hudgens all rolled into one. I assumed the ending would be standard. I kept expecting to see something on the back of one of their necks in the last scene but it ended more realistically. Surprisingly I can't think of anything to criticize or any plot holes to point out. It wasn't the best thing I've ever seen but it's certainly not the worst.