Directed by David Yarovesky
An amnesiac must reach back into his mind for memories that will help him save the love of his life before a virus completely takes over.
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★★★½ review by Daniel on Letterboxd
you know what? flawed execution and not the greatest writing but this movie did what so few flicks I’ve seen have — it actually tried
★★★½ review by OliviaDay on Letterboxd
OK many people would probably find this movie not very good, but honestly I actually really enjoyed. It has an interesting plot and takes ideas from many other sources without being to copycat. Give it a try
★★★½ review by MrRobutt on Letterboxd
Most people probably didn't like think film or thought it was lame. But i thoroughly enjoyed it. I swear that it wasn't because of Kathryn Prescott.
It just helped.
The film was very enjoyable, and I enjoyed the story quite a bit. There were some things I felt were silly which is why the rating isn't perfect. Its not a perfect film. Just a pretty good film I liked.
I hated liking Adam. But I did, and I rooted for him to be with Katie the entire film.
All-in-all it was a pretty good film for something from the Nerdist. Not too shabby!
★★★½ review by Chris Duck on Letterboxd
After all the buzz around this (pun firmly intended), I felt a bit let down in the end. In attempt to be something original, The Hive gave me the impression of someone just borrowing from their favorite films. Granted, the "chameleon eyeball" effect was truly innovative and memorable, so credit there. On the whole, though, the story was just okay for me.
A couple items that did really annoy me were sound related. I had to give in and turn on the closed captioning because between the mumbling of some dialogue and blaring music and/or effects, it was either blow my ears out or miss parts of the story. Also, the romantic music scores for Adam and Katie were off-putting, jarring, and, frankly, cliche. Bleech.
I recommend waiting to stream it free instead of paying a rental on this one, friends.
★★★★★ review by jamieclark on Letterboxd
A really solid use of a smaller budget for a unique take on a zombie movie, in a genre that's getting harder and harder to actually have a unique take on anything.
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