The Day

Constructed from a patchwork of postapocalyptic cliches, populated by two-dimensional characters who speak in laughably hyperbolic dialogue, and driven by a wafer-thin plot that literally goes nowhere, The Day has all the makings of a complete disaster. But heavy atmosphere, a stoic performance by The Last Exorcism’s Ashley Bell, and some thoughtful reflection...read more

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Day 40
05:56 — In this animated retelling of the Noah’s Ark story, various unholy activities fill the great ship, as the animals discover the darker side of their na (more…)
The Day
In a terrifying post-apocalyptic future, war ravages humanity, destroying civilization and most of life on earth. A group of five survivors armed with (more…)
The Day - Official Trailer
01:56 — A group of five survivors, armed with shotguns, axes and machetes, wander the back roads of a ravaged landscape looking for refuge in The Day, a terri (more…)
Day 40
05:00 — In this animated retelling of the Noah's Ark story, various unholy activities fill the great ship, as the animals discover the darker side of their n (more…)
Day 40
05:00 — In this animated retelling of the Noah's Ark story, various unholy activities fill the great ship, as the animals discover the darker side of their n (more…)
Featurette - Stunts
01:05 — Commentary from Director Doug Aarniokoski and Writer Luke Passmore about a stunt scene from The Day.
TV Spot - On DVD
00:32 — TV Spot for the The Day DVD and Blu-ray combo pack.
The Day
A group of five survivors, armed with shotguns, axes and machetes, wander the back roads of a ravaged landscape looking for refuge in The Day, a terri (more…)
Fantastic Fest - Q&A
01:16 — Footage from the question and answer session for The Day at the Fantasatic Fest Film Festival.
Teaser Trailer
01:31 — Teaser trailer for The Day. An apocalyptic siege warfare film spanning 24 hrs during which a small group of survivors are pit against insurmountable (more…)

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  • Released: 2012
  • Rating: R
  • Review: Constructed from a patchwork of postapocalyptic cliches, populated by two-dimensional characters who speak in laughably hyperbolic dialogue, and driven by a wafer-thin plot that literally goes nowhere, The Day has all the makings of a complete disaster. Bu… (more)

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