They look hopeless. . they're in despair.I couldn't imagine!
But on 7th Street you'd definitely vanish! Directed by Brad Anderson, the 2010 film Vanishing on 7th Street has got to be an ideal horror flick.
“It starts with a power outage. Where once stood living beings are now piles of discarded clothes. The once sunny city is shrouded in blackness…Each passing day contains fewer daylight hours, and only those who cling to some other form of light can escape the encroaching darkness.
A small group of survivors congregate in an old bar powered by a gas generator. Luke (Hayden Christensen) is a slick TV anchor forced to live by his wits. Paul (John Leguizamo) is a lonely projectionist working in a multiplex theatre. Rosemary (Thandie Newton) is a distraught mother whose baby is missing, and James (Jacob Latimore) is a shotgun-toting kid waiting for his mother to return. With their light sources slowly dying, they must find alternative illumination and a way out of the city. Overcome with paranoia and fear, the group struggles to understand the events that have brought them together.”
The movie Vanishing on 7th Street stars Hayden Christensen, Thandie Newton, John Leguizamo, Jacob Latimore, and Taylor Groothuis.