|release date||July 17 2007|
|starring||Alison Whitney, Benjamin Kanes, Miya Sagara, Andrew Kranz|
SynopsisWhen a handful of friends stumble upon the abandoned building, they come face to face with a biological weapons experiment gone catastrophically wrong. They also confront a maniacal scientist who predicts life on Earth will end in 48 hours if the accelerated bacterial mutation cannot be halted. As the virulent, flesh-hungry contagion spreads from person to person, rendering each host into a pile of infectious ooze, it begins to multiply and increase in size. A covert military force sent in to contain the spread and destroy the organism discovers the extent of the slithering mutation, but by then it's far too late for conventional tactics. Extreme measures are required if anyone is left standing in one solid piece to do battle.
What’s in a name? Where a lot of feature filmmakers are concerned, savvy audiences can deduce ahead of time what to expect just from looking at the man or woman behind the lens. The big names are out there Quentin Tarantino, Woody Allen, Stanley Kubrick, Steven Spielberg and the no less inspired—but infinitely more budget conscience auteur’s like John Waters, Roger Corman and Lloyd Kaufman. All of those filmmakers have signature style. When I sit down for a Corman schlock fest I know I’m getting today’s knock off of tomorrows big budget blockbuster. Damnit…I expect neurosis and a trip to my shrink after I watch a Woody Allen film—This is the beauty of movie going experience. …Read More