Pregnant and frightened, Anais is not allowed to leave the specialized hospital where her husband, Peter has a medical internship with his uncle, Dr. Gabriel Schreklich, a man with a serum ... See full summary »
Pregnant and frightened, Anais is not allowed to leave the specialized hospital where her husband, Peter has a medical internship with his uncle, Dr. Gabriel Schreklich, a man with a serum that can resurrect the dead. But things go terribly wrong and the Ghouls take over the hospital. Now, the only way for Anais to save her unborn baby is to get one of the Ghouls to help her to escape. Written by
We see 'Peter' walking down a hall, with the ceiling exit sign reading backwards, and 'Peter' looks right, then cut to inside the room, then he continues walking down the hall, walking past a fire extinguisher. Later on we see the same shot mirrored so that 'Peter' looks left and into a different room. You can tell because the fire extinguisher is now on the other side of the wall and the ceiling exit sign isn't backwards anymore. See more »
I got to see a friends screener of this film and I have to admit, as violent as it was we had a really good time. It's not for everyone because it is incredibly violent, I mean seriously violent and there is some nudity and some Strong language but over all this was absolutely a laugh riot and a good time. We had a crowd so we were feeding off of each other but we haven't had as much fun, all of us sitting around and watching a movie on DVD since Sean of the dead.
But again, let me stress, this is way more bloody than maybe any other movie that I have ever seen. And just when I thought that the filmmaker had no where else to go there was another totally unexpected violent and bloody scene. And then more fun. Even the blood was a good time.
Sure it's campy and over the top and colorful. But we had a very good night watching this film.
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