Watch: Full Trailer for Post-Apocalyptic Survival Thriller 'Here Alone'

February 26, 2017
Source: YouTube

Here Alone Trailer

"Thank you for what you did. Not a lot of people would do that nowadays…" Vertical Entertainment has released an official trailer for a post-apocalyptic survival thriller titled Here Alone, which is pretty much just another zombie horror survival movie continuing the zombie trend. This one stars Lucy Walters as a woman surviving on her own, who encounters two other survivors that mess things up. Yes, this sounds way too similar to Z for Zachariah, which is probably why this hasn't picked up any extra buzz over the last year. The full cast includes Gina Piersanti, Adam David Thompson and Shane West. We initially posted a teaser trailer for this film last year, but then we forgot all about it until now. Still only looks okay. Fire it up.

Here's the newest official trailer (+ poster) for Rod Blackhurst's Here Alone, direct from YouTube:

Here Alone Thriller

After a terrible virus ravages human civilization, Ann finds herself living alone in a forest, foraging for supplies, and accompanied only by a radio that broadcasts a single transmission in French. Few animals even remain; the only survivors seem to be the roving hordes of infected creatures with a taste for human flesh. One fateful day, Ann crosses paths with two more survivors, Chris and Olivia. But after surviving on her own for so long, she struggles to relate to them and and their desire to settle down and start a new community. "Those who stay, die." Here Alone is directed by Rod Blackhurst, a former ski racer turned filmmaker. The screenplay is by David Ebeltoft. The film premiered at the Tribeca Film Festival last year. For info, visit their official site or Facebook. Vertical will open Here Alone in select theaters on March 31st.

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Oh look. Zombies. -Yawn-

Mark on Feb 26, 2017


My exact thoughts.

ErrorSapiens on Feb 26, 2017


But I like zombie films when they are done good and not just being pointless trash. Since they are good allegory of today's society everywhere. This might be one of those decently done. Probably, nothing spectacular, but watchable. Of course, there's always the same subject: saving humanity through destiny of some heroic protagonist(s). But, that's what we have today, humanity that is lost and not interested in saving anything worth ...

shiboleth on Feb 26, 2017


I suggest you The girl with all gifts. A great allegory.

tarek on Feb 28, 2017


Yeah, I know about this one, too, and I am planning to see it. I guess I was hooked with some of George Romero's films to zombies. But, let me tell you, it's not unconditioned love since there's a lot of garbage out there on that subject. Thanks for comment ... Cheers tarek ...

shiboleth on Mar 1, 2017


I hate zombie movies.I find the genre quite generic. So no surprise there is overabundance of hot garbage movies that share the same "Kill zombies - Run - Repeat" formula. Few of them are worth a watch though. The Omega man and the girl with all the gifts belong to this list.

tarek on Mar 1, 2017


You know, I believe there's a point here where we can agree in here. I just don't know how to find it. Of course, zombie narrative is very derivative and exploitative, but that's a lot of ideas for films. Yeah, Omega Man (Charlton Heston, right?) was ok but that was also a remake of an older film (I think it's British) with a legendary Vincent Price called "The Last Man on Earth". Film has less special effects (and it's white and black, as far as I remember, made in early 1960s), but it works as a very good drama and less as a horror film (but it is still dystopia with zombies). And with interesting twist on the end, not enough stressed in Omega Man. Oh yes, I will look for the Girl with all the gifts. From the trailer, it looks like it could be ok. Cheers tarek ...

shiboleth on Mar 2, 2017


A Zombie outbreak story! It's so original!

Pugiron on Feb 27, 2017


Dat mask ain't doing nobody no good.

DAVIDPD on Feb 27, 2017


I'd like to see a movie where it starts out like the terrible response to Hurricane Katrina, where the US civilisation collapsed, but no help ever comes and things really go properly wrong. We don't need zombies to show us how stupid society has become any more. We see it every day.

Carpola on Feb 28, 2017

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