A city or maybe the entire world has been infested by a zombie outbreak. The undead rules the streets by devouring whoever crosses their path. While the carnage takes place; three groups of people barricade themselves in their apartment dwellings with hopes of somehow surviving the zombie apocalypse.-summary Misleading advertising at its finest. Do not be fooled by the compelling cover art on both sides of the DVD case or trailers, which depicts this as a no holds barred, … more
I know that I murdered this tripe in my original review but I want to overkill it. Edges of Darkness is truly an abomination with no redeeming qualities at all. Don't be fooled by the cover art because the zombies barely play a factor, and taking their place are three terrible, barely urelated stories that are about as fun as gluing your eyelids shut. You have a very small group praising this thing only because it's original and low budget, completely ignoring that these things play … more
Okay. I've been putting off seeing this flick for some time even though trashcanman review of it had made it sound like it was tailor made for me--I just had too many Bollywood films to work through, and then I read the other review on Lunch by Wrestlemaniac which couldn't have been more opposed to Trashie's opinion of the film. The Maniac's opinion is pretty much shared by everyone on NetFlix and Amazon. Hatred for this flick seemed almost universal. No doubt about … more
Edges of Darkness is a direct to DVD zombie movie that was released in 2009. The plot is about three interconnected tales of terror set against the backdrop of a zombie apocalypse. The stories were directed by: Jason Horton wrote and directed Overbite (the vampire story) and Up the Ante (Anti christ story) Blaine Cade wrote and directed Entanglement (The computer story).