A geneticist takes his assistants to his old family home to locate the deadly product of his late mother's revolutionary research into rapid human evolution - his monstrous tentacled baby brother - before a mad scientist gets to him first.
David Allen Brooks
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Louis Gossett Jr.
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In an ultra secret laboratory for the developing of biological weapons, covered as "Biotek", a research center for agriculture, a serious accident occurs, spreading a sinister bacteria in the laboratory. The security guard of the complex, closes and seals the building, with all the personnel inside, making very difficult the struggle for survival, not to mention the actions that the relatives of the enclosed people are thinking to do. Written by
Luis Carvacho <firstname.lastname@example.org>
The working title for the film was "Biohazard". See more »
When the guy is using the acetylene torch on the door he has a darkened plate on his visor to protect his eyes, but everyone else is watching without the protection and would damage their eyes by looking at the torch. See more »
I hear you've uncovered a new antitoxin. How 'bout we tackle that?
Dr. Dan Fairchild:
It's over, Nate.
Over? No... look... look how much we've learned!
[Nielsen shoots himself in the head with a gun while Dan Fairchild watches in horror]
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Historically, many may not remember but this film was released at the time of Chernobyl nuclear accident in Russia. Life does not imitate art here but plays a close second. Although, the ending is not fully satisfying, the first reviewer Jack Sommersby fails to see some superb talents behind the camera. Visually, the lab sequences are very terrifying and well acted. Worth a second look.
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