On May 19, 2004, an unprecedented biological outbreak occurred in Lawton, California. A classified N.S.A.A. report detailed the carnage which ensued that night. This film is based on that top-secret report.
In a dark and decadent city, Sean Fallon - a corrupt cop - will have to face his own demons to put an end to a series of brutal rapes and murders of the most weirdest kind. With the help of... See full summary »
When a man-eating cave creature appears with a fortune in uncut diamonds around his neck, Dr. Chambers' daughter Denae hires adventurers C & C Salvage to find the underground source of the ... See full summary »
As an Indie Horror flick director gathers his filmmakers for the final viewing of the film they have just wrapped, gruesome deaths occur to the cast and crew as they watch the very lethal Director's Cut.
In Las Vegas, the powerful three hundred year old vampire Sylvian hires Dr. van Helm to research a cure to survive in the sun. She uses three vampire women as guinea pigs to test the serum ... See full summary »
A meteor carrying an unknown infection, lands outside a Small Californian community, bringing terror and death. Just after midnight, a local rancher named Larry Jenkins discovers the meteor and calls the police. Inspector Bardo is sent to the scene to investigate. The small Lawton police department is short-handed, as it is the night of the high school prom. Arriving at a desolate forest road miles out of town, Bardo discovers that Jenkins has been infected by the alien organism. The officer is savagely attacked and infected. Both men head towards Lawton, terrorizing and contaminating everyone they encounter. Meanwhile, Cheryl and Timmy have left the prom and are parked atop Lover's Lane. Bardo comes upon the lovebirds and attacks them, infecting Timmy. Now Cheryl must run for her life through the pitch-black forest, escaping her pursuers and trying to reach the authorities before the infection spreads to L.A. Written by
This film screened at the Velvet Jones Night Club in Santa Barbara in 2005 and I still can't forget it. I have never experienced anything like this before. I don't know how Pyun pulled off such a personally harrowing experience. I felt like it was happening to me. I can only figure it must be the one-shot aspect that grabs hold, but that doesn't really capture what happens. I felt excruciating tension during this film and stayed locked into my seat after the end. You'd think I'd be talking about the story, what happened and how good the acting was, but it wasn't like a movie with actors. It was like being completely immersed within real life-threatening events. I've read some people say it's like Blair Witch, but that wasn't as all consuming and personal as "Infection". This felt like an experience I was having, not a movie and not even an event I was watching. "Infection" is a 'must see' for every movie lover and every gamer - it's a cross between the two...only better.
15 of 36 people found this review helpful.
Was this review helpful to you?