An Undead Outbreak Summons a Stealth, Ruthless Response in Chilling Short The Plague

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It’s an otherwise quiet night when a woman hears a noise—and discovers her elderly father has wandered from his nursing home for an unannounced visit. Things then take a turn for the decidedly insane in Guillermo Carbonell’s short The Plague. Zombies are involved... but not how you’d expect.

And here’s a fun fact: The stirring music for The Plague was composed by Carbonell’s fellow Uruguayan filmmaker Fede Alvarez, director of Don’t Breathe and the Evil Dead remake.