Pandemic

Synopsis: Pandemic is set in the near future, where a virus of epic proportions has overtaken the planet. There are more infected than uninfected, and humanity is losing its grip on survival. Its only hope is finding a cure and keeping the infected contained. Lauren (Rachel Nichols) is a doctor, who, after the fall of New York, comes to Los Angeles to lead a team to hunt for and rescue uninfected survivors.
Genre: Action, Horror, Sci-Fi
Director(s): John Suits
Production: Xlrator Media
 
IMDB:
4.5
Metacritic:
47
Rotten Tomatoes:
43%
TV-MA
Year:
2016
91 min
368 Views


- Make a wish.

- You got one?

Yeah. Okay.

- Okay. Ready?

- Yes.

So, we are almost at Joshua Tree

and the excitement level

in the car is off the charts.

Right, guys?

Yep. Off the charts.

And I probably shouldn't be

filming this while driving.

So, Megan... any last words?

Wait a second.

No, no, no.

I'm always chasing rainbows

Waiting to find

A little bluebird

In vain

Locate Fila virus survivors.

Administer mosquito. Red retrieve.

Black leave.

Locate Fila virus survivors.

Administer mosquito. Red retrieve.

Black leave.

Locate Fila virus survivors.

Administer mosquito. Red retrieve.

Black leave.

So, you deploy in seven.

Your team has to be en route

by first light,

- so we have to do a rapid fire brief.

- Yes, sir.

Everything in the command

is coded by uniform.

The navigators wear green.

The drivers wear gray.

The gunners are camo.

The doctors are in tan.

There's one of each on every team.

Now, you've been assigned Unit 730-A.

Say hello to your new best friend.

It's time to suit up.

So, have you...

Have you seen what's out there?

I mean outside the gate?

Not lately.

I have a rational fear of dying.

What's been happening

is that the extraction teams

have been bringing back the infected

with the uninfecteds.

So, we've embedded a doctor with

each team to do the testing in the field,

because one slip up could bring

the whole compound down.

So, the doctor's job, your job,

is to make sure that doesn't happen.

This goes up...

and over. How's it feel?

Heavy.

We received this transmission

from Dr. Ward.

Control, this is Dr. Ward. We came across

98 uninfected at Saint Mary's supply drop.

Fortysix are accompanying us.

We need to send...

And it just cuts out.

No more communication.

We don't know where Ward is.

Now, we presume

that the remaining 52 uninfected

are barricaded inside

Saint Mary's prep downtown.

Your mission is to get down there,

retrieve this virus

and bring it back to the compound.

You'll be with Team 314.

- The navigator'll have the details.

- Yes, sir.

Okay, here's a geographic illustration

of where the virus started.

And here's where we are now.

I'll take that back.

Okay, so the camera stays on at all times.

The information we've recorded

has been invaluable in the fight.

I'm gonna check your kit, okay?

You don't need this. All communication

will be through the suit transmitter.

- Sir, in New York we took extra phones.

- No exceptions.

- Understood, doctor?

- Yes, sir.

Great. Okay. Stay here.

We're gonna check the seal.

You have three minutes till departure.

All right, raise your hands and rotate.

Clear. Light and radio check.

- Night vision activated.

- Helmet light?

No, right side.

Helmet light off.

And radio?

- Left, right. Left, right.

- Radio is functional.

That building over there,

that's Quarantine A.

When you return, the survivors

are brought there for isolation.

What's in there?

That's where you bring the survivors.

That's all you need to know.

This is Quarantine B.

This is where the infected

are brought for research.

Now, we've separated

the infected into five types.

- I'm sorry. You said five?

- Level 1...

flu-like symptoms.

Initially mistaken for Ebola.

This is Level 2, the hemorrhaging begins.

Level 3, patient secrets a black necrotic

blood from prolonged internal hemorrhaging,

brain damage from blood loss, confusion

from high fever, extreme aggression.

- And here's Level 4.

- Help us. Please.

This is the interesting stage,

the hibernation stage.

Kinda like suspended animation.

Comatose, unresponsive.

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