WHO’S IN IT?
Arnold Schwarzenegger (Commando), Abigail Breslin (Little Miss Sunshine), Joely Richardson (The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo), Douglas M. Griffin (12 Years A Slave), J.D. Evermore (The Walking Dead), Rachel Whitman Groves (Oldboy), Jodie Moore (Beyond the Farthest Star), Bryce Romero (The Maze Runner), Raeden Greer (The Host), Aiden Flowers (Home Sweet Hell), Carsen Flowers (Runaway Hearts)
WHO’S BEHIND THE CAMERA?
Henry Hobson (film debut), director; John Scott III (film debut), writer; Matthew Baer (Unbroken), Colin Bates (Comet), Trevor Kaufman (Beware of Mr. Baker), Ara Keshishian (Angels, Devils and Men), Pierre-Ange Le Pogam (Hitman), Arnold Schwarzenegger (The 6th Day) and Joey Tufaro (Bound), producers; David Wingo (Mud), composer; Lukas Ettlin (The Lincoln Lawyer), cinematographer; Jane Rizzo (Compliance), editor
WHAT’S IT ABOUT?
Maggie Vogel (Breslin), a teenage girl, is infected by a lethal outbreak of a virus that transforms its victims into cannibalistic killers. Her father, Wade (Schwarzenegger), stays by her side as she is brought home to live out her final days as a human – but a fateful decision gets nearer and nearer to reality…
IN ONE SENTENCE, WHY SHOULD YOU BE EXCITED?
It might not be exactly what people think of when they imagine Arnold Schwarzenegger in a zombie movie, but Maggie has enough thoughtful drama and heart-breaking performances to make it a satisfying movie overall.