"You know what's interesting about Matthew Fox?
That statement sort of sums up 'Extinction' as a whole, it had bags of potential, a eerie setting and a interesting concept, unfortunately it was poorly executed, leaving things feeling a little cold.
The simple story is made incredibly complicated throwing flashbacks in whenever it feels like it, without ever really advancing the story.
This should have been a story about isolation, survival, loss and family, but ended up falling a little flat on all counts.
The ending is packed full of cliches, the self sacrifice, the salvation of a better place, meeting a women and having an instant family. Not to mention the montage of locking the house tight, boarding…