This suspensful thriller stars Stephen McHattie as Grant Mazzy a radio jockey who works for a talk radio station delivering news and other important information to listeners. Mazzy used o work as a shock jock until he was fired and now he delivers the news and isn't quite happy about it.
The movie starts slow, delivering news about a missing cat and an interesting tale to go along with it. Mazzy is disturbed by a woman who appears then disappears along the side of the road. When he get to the station strange things begin happening in the town and it is reported to them by their "eye in the sky" Ken. Along the way things get worse and people begin killing others before dying themselves. Ken becomes one of those casualties and the conversation that ensues after his death is actually humorous and disturbing.
Unlike most zombie movies this is a new take on the genre. The virus isn't spread through bites, blood, illness or injury, it is spread by word of mouth. Those who become ill have a need to infect others and if they fail they themselves suffer. Mazzy and his manager eventually discover something that might help but before they can save the world the military decides to do what they do best, act before discovery.
I enjoyed this odd little flick. It was slow in places and there were times when I was confused about what the hell was going on, but overall it did offer a new view into the populated zombie genre. The ending was a little odd and seemed unnecessary, but it did add to the oddness of the movie itself. If you have an hour and a half and you've got nothing better to do, check it out, your brain might hurt a little bit after you watch it, but it will also leave you thinking.