Watch: Unhuman 2022 123movies, Full Movie Online – A group of high school students whose school bus crashes on a field trip. Relationships are tested once they realize they are being stalked by an attacker who intends to drive them out and straight into a horrifying fight to survive..
Plot: After their school bus crashes, a group of high school students is thrown into a terrifying fight for survival as they try to take down a group of unhuman savages… before they kill each other first.
Smart Tags: #teen_horror #survival
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Well, at Least They Tried.
This movie has cinematography and editing that’s usually reserved for music videos. It utilizes some quick and peculiar edits, unnecessary uses of slow motion, and YouTube video style transitions. Unlike a five minute music video where such production techniques may work, it gets tedious in a full length feature film. Some of the dialogue, especially the feel good monologue near the end of the film wouldn’t be out of place in a Hallmark made-for-TV movie or an ABC after school special.
All of the characters represent typical high school cliche caricatures. They try to add some characterization and depth to some of the characters, but it’s anything but nuanced. They also try to do something different with the genre too. There’s a twist in the third act that tries to subvert your expectations. Unfortunately, this twist doesn’t really work logically. How did the perpetrators plan to actually get away with their Machiavellian plot once everything was over? The authorities would have a lot of questions, and you’d think anyone who put this much thought and effort into their plan would have considered this. The movie hopes you don’t think about it.
The production value isn’t that bad, surprisingly. There’s some decent practical effects, and it doesn’t look or feel like most lower budget horror movies. The movie maintains a fairly frantic pace throughout most of it’s run time. The director subscribes to the J. J. Abrams and Michael Bay school of film making: where they try to keep the pace of the movie fast enough to distract the audience from actually thinking about the plot. It’s obvious that those responsible for this production tried to make the best movie they could. There’s effort put into it’s production that elevate it above many low budget horror movies. The sets, lighting, cinematography, sound and effects, editing, and everything else that makes a movie are all in service of trying to entertain their audience.
Unfortunately, it didn’t work for me. Any movie that destroys my suspension of disbelief by making me question the logic of the plot, characters, or the universe the movie exists in, has failed at being effective entertainment. Well before the twist was revealed I was already taken out of the movie because things weren’t adding up. Once the twist happens, all immersion is broken when you realize it doesn’t really make sense. How could they possibly think they’d get away with their plan, and once you ask yourself that, the narrative fails. The twist seems necessary, since the opening title cards say “Blumhouse After-School Special” and “Presented by the Student Teachers Division.” Which explains the hackneyed morality injected into the script throughout the movie, and the necessity of that last cheesy monologue near the end of the movie too.
It’s not an offensively bad movie by any stretch. It’s got a fast pace, and it tries to keep its audience entertained. Although it’s obviously made on a lower budget, nothing about it’s production looks or feels cheap or lazy. It tried to do something creative within the genre, which is always welcome over the assembly line, paint by numbers productions that inundate most entertainment today. The cliche characters, nonsensical plot, and overt injection of it’s themes and message just can’t be ignored. Others may find the film more entertaining, but it didn’t work for me.
High School age geared zombie movie with a moral.
I watched this because I watch zombie movies. I also read the user reviews before I watched Unhuman and I very nearly didn’t watch it because of the reviews. Albeit, granted there are quite a few awkward moments, cheesy quotes, and uncomfortable scenes as adolescents attempt to be cool and/or bad ass that would probably have made me laugh more if I didn’t feel so embarrassed on their behalf, perhaps the younger (high school aged) audience might fail to catch any embarrassment feelings and laugh as the film intended and i think they should have that option instead of being chased away from watching this film by the plethora of horrendous reviews because it’s NOT that bad of a movie. In fact, it was actually a pretty damn good movie over all. I was thoroughly enthralled for the first half, and even though the plot change was definitely over explained which unfortunately drastically reduced the horror aspect and gave it all a feeling like two wrongs do make a right (which just might be the unintentional REAL morel of the story) I was still nonetheless entertained. Even the final scene wasn’t a total loss since it definitely got me worked up as I yelled “yeah right!! Give the kids what?!?” I have watched a LOT of REALLY horrible unwatchable zombie movies that felt like drop out students filmed a zombie movie using a flip phone for their camera. This was not one of them. It’s wasn’t a ten star but was definitely watchable, enjoyable, intense, and fun plus awkward, geeky, and kinda wholesome. Plus, it’s a zombie movie!! Why wouldn’t you want to watch it?!?
Original Language en
Runtime 1 hr 31 min (91 min)
Genre Comedy, Horror, Thriller
Director Marcus Dunstan
Writer Marcus Dunstan, Patrick Melton
Actors Brianne Tju, Benjamin Wadsworth, Uriah Shelton
Country United States
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Aspect Ratio 2.39:1
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