Right at Your Door

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Released 2006

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Director:
Chris Gorak
Released:
2006
Rating:
R
Right at Your Door is a 2006 apocalyptic thriller written and directed by Chris Gorak, taking place in contemporary Los Angeles in the aftermath of a terrorist attack. On a day like any other unemployed musician Brad (Rory Cochrane) is alone at home after his beautiful wife Lexi (Mary McCormack) leaves for work, when the radio begins reporting accounts of several dirty bombs detonated across Los Angeles. Ash from the detonations begins filling the sky and settling across the area, and Brad is unable to regain contact with Lexi. Police and troops begin to flood the streets, ordering people to remain inside their homes. As events progress, it becomes apparent the survivors are being quarantined for reasons unknown as sketchy reports begin to filter in of the bombs containing unknown toxins and a potentially lethal viral strain. As paranoia grips the survivors, they begin turning against each other in a desperate struggle to protect themselves and what they hold dear. But what are the limits to the sacrifice one will make in order to survive?moreless

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  • 50

    The New York Times Neil Genzlinger

    The film, especially in its resolution, feels a bit like a "Twilight Zone" episode and might have been better at that length, but the acting's pretty good, and the cinematography k...

  • 50

    Variety Todd McCarthy

    Chris Gorak grabs the viewer by the throat in the first few minutes, but quickly fritters away involvement by concentrating almost exclusively on two characters who are both annoyi...

  • 40

    Los Angeles Times

    A dumb twist can be excused, however, if your characters keep the thing afloat, which makes perhaps the most unforgivable sin of this claustrophobic terror scenario the fact that w...

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