An unnamed UK metropolis. The future. Renowned photojournalist JENNIFER PRESTON is investigating the aftermath of a terrible explosion that ripped through the city on New Year’s Eve. Known simply as ‘The Catastrophe’, this shocking tragedy has left behind a festering wound. The city is on edge, thousands have evacuated and a sprawling, militarized Quarantine Zone has been erected around the epicentre of the blast. The ‘QZ’, as it becomes known, is a network of empty buildings and abandoned streets, shrouded beneath clinical plastic and fenced in behind impenetrable barricades. Heavily armed security units ensure that nobody goes in and nobody comes out. As unexplained and increasingly bizarre acts of violence erupt across the city, Jennifer begins to notice strange, ephemeral phantoms in her photographs. What begins as an artistic documentation of The Catastrophe’s lingering aftershock soon becomes an obsession with ‘The Phenomenon’ – a seeming paranormal phenomenon gripping the …
I just watched this and have to say not bad. I usually like horror movies but this is not a horror. Its a thriller. I found it to be slow for 1 hour 40 but once it got warmed up and we knew who the characters were the movie flew by. I didn’t like the start much but I finally got into this sci-fi type movie and enjoyed it. I think there was no quarantine zone and the government were making it up but that’s just me with my review. The photographer was interesting and her boyfriend Jonas has quite a good part. I didn’t like the mean guy (not sure who he was) but he wore a coat and was with his mob type guys, boy he was cruel and went around beating people up.