Watch: Dead Rush 2016 123movies, Full Movie Online – For the first time ever, the zombie apocalypse has fallen upon the shoulders of the viewer. Dead Rush puts you in the center of the mayhem like never before by letting you experience the horror through the eyes of a few struggling survivors as they search for safety, defend their loved ones, and fight for their lives through waves of the undead. Dawn is on the horizon, and even the day seems dark as night. The dead rush has begun. Will you make it?.
Plot: Dead Rush is the end of the world, as we know it. Seen through the eyes of one man – David – As he takes us through his journey: before, during and after the zombie outbreak.
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—MOTION SICKNESS WARNING: This film is shown as First Person camera angle— Despite only being 73 minutes long (without the credits), the entire film drags minute by minute at a tepid, bland, boring pace. It’s like a bad videogame cutscene where you could choose to do actions at certain parts, but you don’t get to play. The acting is decent but the story comes off like it should be a less than 10 minute short. The sloth speed at which the few plot points show up makes watching this one a chore. The film here has the categories as Horror, Comedy, and Action, but there is literally no Comedy in this film. I am not knocking it as if the comedy is bad, it actually has no comedy/humor/lighthearted parts in it, intended or not. I don’t know why it lists it as a category. An unintended stupid part in it is that the film is in David’s eyes point of view as the camera angle, and even though he is an entire foot taller than his wife, she is looking at a straight angle into the camera, as if he is as short as she is and they’re the same height.
A tiny review of “Dead Rush” (2016)
“Dead Rush” (2016) isn’t quite as bad as other reviewers have made it out to be; it’s a passably entertaining zombie feature that I’d rate a 6 out of 10. It occasionally rises above its central gimmick to create a few moments of suspense and emotion. (The gimmick here is that the entire film is shot from the point-of-view of one man in the middle of a zombie apocalypse.)
That point-of-view device does wear a little thin by the end of this feature-length film and I’m a found-footage horror movie fan who usually doesn’t mind that sort of thing. This movie might have been better overall if the viewer weren’t required to follow those “shaky-cam”-type visuals for quite so long; my understanding is that it was adapted from a well received short film.
If there was one thing that bothered me the most, though, it wasn’t the POV. There is a recurring shot in “Dead Rush” that I liked a hell of a lot, involving the main character’s memory of a loved one. It’s made even better when it is rather creatively used as a framing device at the film’s end. A little reflection, though, made me remember that this shot seems to crib a little too much from a similar effective recurring shot in 2011’s “The Grey.”
What the hell if you need a zombie horror fix, you could do worse than “Dead Rush.”
Original Language en
Runtime 1 hr 18 min (78 min)
Genre Action, Comedy, Horror
Director Zachary Ramelan
Writer Gavin Michael Booth, Raven Cousens, Zachary Ramelan
Actors Jamie Tarantini, Alex Winterwood, Amylea Devauge
Country United States
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Aspect Ratio 1.78 : 1
Camera Sony A7s
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