Charlton Heston, Anthony Zerbe, Rosalind Cash, Paul Koslo
Boris Sagal (Director), John William Corrington (Screenplay), Joyce Hooper Corrington (Screenplay)
Release: Aug. 1st, 1971
Runtime: 1 hour, 38 minutes
Due to an experimental vaccine, Dr. Robert Neville is the only human survivor of an apocalyptic war waged with biological weapons. Besides him, only a few hundred deformed, nocturnal people remain - sensitive to light, and homicidally psychotic.
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Even with everything that does work with the film, there is too much wrong to call it a great or even a good movie. What it does do is entertain, and with that strong point, it can be a very, very fun movie to watch..
The film actually starts fairly decently (almost masterpiece like quality compared to what it descends in to) as Heston drives through a deserted Los Angeles, and does battle with the ghouls that stalk and haunt him.