Dead Air takes place in modern times Los Angeles, California. A bio-terrorism attack is underway turning the citizens of L.A. into flesh-craving monsters, and one man named Logan Burnhardt (Bill Moseley) and his crew are holed up inside the radio station. After frantic callers and a close encounter with the undead and the terrorist themselves, the usually unflappable Burnhardt realizes many things about his own life.
The only real reason I choose to pick up this movie was Bill Moseley. The running time of 89 minutes and 57 seconds, seemed to me a bit too long for this movie. Gore is not much of an issue here, so those with weak stomachs could get through it. The story seemed pretty weak to begin with, but when you have a horror legend like Moseley in it the crowds will come. The message you get about what is actually important in life, and that we as a society get too tangled up in unimportant issues stays at the fore front of your mind. This movie pretty much just rode on Bill Moseley’s star power as unfortunate as that is.