What happens when you wake up from a coma in a London area hospital and the whole town has succumbed to a ridiculously conceived disease? Well that exact question is posed to an english bike courier who regains conciousness in an abandoned hospital. The intial scenes where our hero walks about London are interesting except for the fact that considering the nature of the disease (which you get more information on later) that has infected everyone there should be bodies everywhere. There are not. There aren't even cars in the middle of the streets (ok, there's one), or damaged public property. The more absurd elements aside this is a somewhat interesting and unique movie. First, it's in England, which in and of itself is somewhat unique. Second, the nature of the disease itself does not create brain craving zombies. It creates instead bloodied eyed, blood barfing, homicidal lunatics, with a modicum of intelligence. There isn't anyone in it that you ever heard of (except Frank looked familiar), but they all do a fair job portraying their relatively flat characters. The action/noise is sporadic and sometimes unexpected. Sometimes even startling. In general the f/x are good. Sometimes the gore is subdued, but in a few instances it is needlessly violent (3 words: super eye gouge). Oh yeah, there is a fair amount of gratuitous male nudity at the begining for the women. Unfortunately, no similar eye candy for the men (excluding one moribund nude woman, yummy). It's an alright movie, worth renting if you like the horror/suspense genre.