ByRicky Derisz, writer at
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Zombies are bloody everywhere. Don't panic - I don't mean literally. But they are a solid source of fright, with tonnes of movies throughout history, as well as TV shows such as The Walking Dead, bringing the undead to the screen.

Just like zombies themselves, there are no signs of the genre slowing down. The challenge for zombie film directors is adding originality, but how is this done?

First Person Zombie Fighting

Perhaps you aim for more gore. Or, perhaps you go for something innovative, such as first person Spanish flick REC (2007). If you're director John Suits, you can go for both, and produce a zombie horror with an interesting twist - a first person POV that looks more like a video game than a movie.

That's exactly what Suits has done with Pandemic. Any fans of first person shooter video games will burst with excitement watching trailer below:

"Humanity Is Losing Its Grip On Survival"

If you're not already gripped enough as it is, check out the official synopsis below:

"Pandemic is set in the near future, where a virus of epic proportions has overtaken the planet. There are more infected than uninfected, and humanity is losing its grip on survival. Its only hope is finding a cure and keeping the infected contained. Lauren (Rachel Nichols) is a doctor, who, after the fall of New York, comes to Los Angeles to lead a team to hunt for and rescue uninfected survivors."

Pandemic will be in cinemas from April 1st, and available to stream on April 5th.

Source: Latino Review


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