Doomsday Is Coming.

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Dog Soldiers marked Neil Marshall as a director to watch. The Descent proved he was one of the finest genre film makers at work today. What will Doomsday show?

An action packed thriller from internationally acclaimed filmmaker Neil Marshall, director of The Descent.

After a lethal virus wipes out hundreds of thousands of lives in the United Kingdom, a massive wall is built to keep those contaminated from leaving the country of its origin: Scotland. Those who try to escape are killed, and the wall itself is a massive barrier fully armed with advanced weaponry to prevent any escapes. Nobody gets in. Nobody gets out. Scotland has been shut off from the rest of the world - forever ...

30 years later, the virus named "The Reaper" has been all but forgotten until a new case rears its ugly head in London. With no choice and the fear of another epidemic at hand, the government sends in an elite group to venture past the great wall, a territory not touched by those uncontaminated in over 30 years. The group must recover the work of Dr. Kane, who was close to finding a cure to "The Reaper" when it first was exposed. What lies beyond the wall is a mystery, a hellish environment left in ruins. What they will discover is far beyond the reaches of anything they could have imagined.

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Kurt HalfyardMay 31, 2007 9:46 PM

Wow, sound like a cross between 28 Weeks Later and Esacpe From New York...

DrewbaccaMay 31, 2007 10:20 PM

exactly Kurt. mixed with a little bit of Resident Evil.
I am more than intrigued.

CaterpillarMay 31, 2007 10:32 PM

I am incredibly pumped for this film. THE DESCENT knocked my socks off, easily one of the most pleasant surprises I've ever had watching a movie. Unlike with THE DECENT, I'll be going into this expecting greatness so we'll see how it'll hold up to my expectations.

GarthMay 31, 2007 10:53 PM

I am pretty stoked for this. Dog Soldiers and The Descent are both terrific movies and this sounds pretty damn cool.

Ard VijnJune 1, 2007 1:40 AM

Strangely enough this also reminds me of the plot description for "Vexille".
Anyway, I seriously liked his first two so I hope Neil Marshall can make this a triple whammy!