Graves, Kathleen Quinlan, George O’Hanlon Jr.
Yes, where have all the people gone? While on a hike in the mountains,
Peter Graves and his kids stumble into a cave just before
a solar flare ignites about 99% of the human population. Oddly enough,
the water is good enough to drink and the animals, though driven mad,
all seem fine. As Peter and his clan trek home one of his camping mates
literally bites the dust, a pack of dogs eat a couple of kids (this is
explained and not shown), people gorge themselves on baking powder, they
pick up a bad-ass, gun-toting adolescent (ala Phantasm III),
and prevent a suicide attempt. All in all, a happy little family movie.
John Llewellyn Moxey do no wrong? Brimming with images of desolation
and desperation, Where Have all the People Gone is an
edgy thriller with a looming sense of dread so heavy that it rivals any
(good) apocalypse movie made during the same era. Another class act from
by Amanda By Night