- 1 hr 50 min
Autumn is a horror zombie movie that was first released in 2009. The film is set in a world where a virus zombie outbreak results in the vast majority of the world’s population dying nearly instantly. This leaves the rest of humanity having to deal with the massive number of zombies. Unfortunately, the zombies seem to regain much of their old abilities, which means that they are harder and harder to fight. Eventually, the remains of humanity have to gather themselves together in a fort in order to fight off the zombies. Autumn is based off of a Steven Rumbelow novel, and was adapted into a film by David Moody. Steven Rumbelow directed the film. The school teacher in the film is played by Dexter Fletcher. It also features performances by Dickon Tolson and Lana Kamenov. Autumn was shot in Canada, and most of the film takes place in a post-apocalyptic Toronto.