Starring: Matt Smith, Natalie Dormer, Stanley Tucci, that dude who plays Samwell Tarley from GoTPlot: In a post-apocalyptic world after the "zombie" outbreak, they're trying to find a cure, but maybe what they're finding is that the "zombies" ARE the cure. Note* Not really zombies, more of a rabies style disease ala 28 Days LaterRuntime: 93 minutesReview: Mired in "movie hell", Patient Zero was set to be released September 6, 2016 but kept getting delays by the studio. It wasn't surprised though, as the script was done and ready to start shooting May 2, 2014. It came out August 14... THIS YEAR. Man Hollywood is weird.I was decently excited for this movie as I saw the trailer some time ago just days after saying "You know what the world needs? More god damned Stanley Tucci movies." I still hold true to that, so this movie had me going a bit.The interesting twist with this movie (not a spoiler, they release the info super fast) that Matt Smith can communicate with the monsters (i'm gonna call them zombies) because he was bitten, but not turned. How, you ask? They don't say, which kinda sucks. A really weird thing is that I'm pretty sure they have his "communication" being grunts and stuff, but dub it into voices for people and dumb it down. Kinda interesting, but a bit pointless to me.There is something about Matt Smith that I just kinda realllllly don't like. I can't put my finger on it, he's a fine actor, a handsome enough cat but I just... hate him. I also don't necessarily buy that Natalie Dormer is a scientist. It's like they found "pretty English girl who sounds smart because she's English A" and put a lab coat on her. That annoys me a bit.There are some interesting quirks throughout the movie that exist. The zombies have a very negative reaction to music, but no one really knows why. Some of the zombies that are getting a cure serum are becoming more docile, but not necessarily for long, which is weird to me. Admittedly I don't know much about rabies, so it may come back if cured? I don't even know if it can be cured. Nor do I know what the zombie rabies people eat to be honest. They eat flesh I think , but not of their own kind? At the beginning of the movie there was "6 billion cases" and counting, so you gotta think there are more infected than not, did the zombies move into eating animals? Plants? I need answers and am willing to ask the hard hitting questions!Enter Stanley Tucci, an infected person who has so very few of the same characteristics of the other zombies. An exception to the rule who posits that all of the infected are not part of a mass, but are individual people, just as the normal humans are. A bit of an interesting theory that would change a couple zombie movies if they adopted this. A weird note being that humans kill chickens and cow for sustenance, just as the infected use violence to sustain them..... what? violence fills their stomachs and gives them life? That's either a really weird twist, or a really dumb twist if true.I am more and more intrigued by this movie as somehow, one of the infected zombies got a homing beacon sewn into his body, but they don't really say how, nor do they say how the zombies infected with rabies can use computers. As far as I can discern, some of the zombies become ravenous monsters, others just become like... more angry humans maybe? But retain all of their own devices at the same time. They do not go into it sadly.While I enjoyed the movie as I was watching it, I found that it caused more questions than answers, which was troublesome for me. I understand that it may very well be part of a series of movies, or could just end with a hook, I'm not positive. I do know that it was decently fun and mostly original in a sub genre of unoriginal movies, so it was worth my time. I find movies like this interesting, but I find that North-Americans very much so do a cut and paste varietal of movies, whereas people from other cultures think outside the box. The man who wrote this also helped write some of the issues of The Walking Dead, so he knows his stuff.I would say watch this if you're looking for something that's kind of different. If you're looking for a movie that's decently different in the same genre, also check out The girl with all the gifts.