Disaster L.A. (2014)

Not Rated   |    |  Action, Horror, Sci-Fi


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After a meteor shower strikes Los Angeles, toxic smoke is released across the city causing people to physically change and become violent. A small group of survivors plans to vacate the city by heading to the coast.


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27 April 2015 | joshuadrake-39480
4
| Stupid, but good
DISASTER L.A. : THE LAST ZOMBIE APOCALYPSE BEGINS HERE is really stupid, but it is good.

When meteors strike Los Angeles, the massive destruction they cause is the least of the city's worries as it's inhabitants begin to fall deathly ill from the resulting smoke. But when the dead begin to reanimate and feed off the living, five friends make a run for the coast before they can be killed by the infected - or worse, by government forces who will fight to contain the situation at any cost - in any nightmarish no-holds barred thriller.

That is just the plot and this movie is just super stupid, but it is really good and just fantastic and was really amazing.

The direction of the movie is directed by Turner Clay, who also does the music, editing, cinematography and also executive produced this film. His direction is so incredibly scary that the dialogue he writes is just very scary and intense.

The music is over-creepy as hell and the music has a great memorable feel to it that makes you believe that this is going to be a zombie movie. The acting is dreadful in a few areas, but hell, the actors really tried. Justin Ray, Jerod Meagher, Stefanie Estes, Ron Hankks, Michael Taber, Dennis Leech and Morgan Jackson plays the characters in the film and some of them does seem to drag in a few areas.

The make-up for the zombies is really gory and scary, but this movie did not have a very large budget and that's what I like about some of these movies, is that with a few action movies, scary films, sci-fi, comedy, drama, musical or teen movies, that you don't need a very, big huge budget to make that kind of movie genre film that you wanted to do.

The editing is awkward in a few areas, but it works for this kind of zombie flick and it really does show a lot in this feature presentation. The visuals, set design, story and plot is really amazing as hell, a little cheesy in a few areas, but it really does show as well.

Overall, DISASTER L.A.: THE LAST ZOMBIE APOCALYPSE BEGINS HERE is just stupid, but also creepy and really good. My sister Shaliyah, who is a twin to the other sister, Aaliyah, says that this film is not stupid, but the other two movies involving zombies, ZOMBIELAND and WORLD WAR Z are stupid, but also really, really good.

I give it a 4.5. out of 10.

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