After all of us have experienced this pandemic for over a year now. It tends to blur the lines of reality and horror. Making the thought of a cataclysmic event all that more terrifying. What once seemed like fantasy. Experienced through the lens of a projector; from the safety of the theater. Suddenly seems frighteningly real.
After The End is a film told through the eyes of people surviving a decaying world of a global pandemic. A film that offers hope for the human experience when the world has gone mad.
Directed by Ron Hanks. Written by Joshua Scher; based on his novel of the same name. The film stars Alex Frnka (The Axe Murders Of Villisca), Justin Dwayne Hall (Jeepers Creepers 3), Dot-Marie Jones (The Boondock Saints) and Kevin E. West (Social Nightmare)
Synopsis: After years on his own in a post-pandemic Oklahoma, a 17 year-old doomsday prepper meets a pregnant girl who brings companionship, but also the danger of a gun-wielding group of survivors hellbent on building a new world.
“Director Ron Hanks blows up the fantasy post-pandemic journey, reigniting our collective conversation on how to survive”. — The Drill Mag