A ghost town nightmare; CHERNOBYL DIARIES (15, 88 mins).
The once thriving community was home to the plant's workers and their families, and was evacuated overnight as part of the 30km radioactive exclusion zone A zone established by a sanctioning body to prohibit specific activities in a specific geographic area. The purpose may be to persuade nations or groups to modify their behavior to meet the desires of the sanctioning body or face continued imposition of sanctions, or use or threat of .
Houses, factories, shops Horror/Thriller/Romance. Jonathan Sadowski, Jesse McCartney, Devin Kelley, Olivia Taylor Dudley, Nathan Phillips Nathan Phillips may refer to:
- Nathan Phillips (politician) (born 1892) Canadian politician
- Nathan Phillips (actor) (born 1980) Australian actor
Born on June 23, 1970 in Mirfield this neat right handed batsman averaged 30. .
Contains swearing and violence and schools remain uninhabited to this day - a ghostly relic of the worst nuclear disaster in history. Screenwriter Oren Peli, creator of the original Paranormal paranormal,
adj 1. outside the realm of normal experience or scientific explanation.
n 2. collective term for anomalous phenomena. Activity, draws inspiration from Pripyat's demise for this thriller about a group of 20-something tourists who regret their decision to venture off the beaten track.
Most of the seven-strong cast are marked for death from the opening frames, and the script clearly telegraphs the order of their demise.
Every time a character wanders off alone or drags their heels, they are severely punished. Truly, there is safety in numbers in numbered parts; as, a book published in numbers.
See also: Number .
Chris (Jesse McCartney), his girlfriend Natalie (Olivia Taylor Dudley) and their photographer friend Amanda (Devin Kelley) travel around Europe, heading for Kiev where they plan to meet up with Chris's older brother Paul (Jonathan Sadowski) before heading to Moscow.
Paul derails the carefully laid plans by suggesting a detour to Pripyat in the company of enigmatic tour guide Uri (Dimitri Diatchenko).
The four friends cram into the back of Uri's old military van, along with Australian backpacker Michael (Nathan Phillips) and his Norwegian girlfriend Zoe (Ingrid Bolso Berdal).
Chernobyl Diaries keeps most of the gore off-screen. Dialogue is largely improvised, which accounts for the repetition of bland phrases, and the cast affect an impressive array of gasps, whimpers and screams.
Replete with juddering handheld camerawork and ambient sound, the film uses the cover of night for most of its big scares.