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A group of utility workers are trapped in a series of tunnels which, unfortunately, contain a scientist mutated by his own creation. The creature feeds instantly on a rat, becoming what it has eaten. | Add synopsis »
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  (in credits order)

Tom Sizemore ... Vince Stoker
Wendy Anderson ... Krendal
Richard Fitzpatrick ... Charles Deaver
Amber Cull ... Sam
Martin Roach ... Otis
James Binkley ... Nathaniel Leech

Simon Northwood ... Wilkes
Philip Akin ... Sarge

Tig Fong ... Tae Seng

Joe Dinicol ... Callum
Greg Campbell ... Doctor
Chasing Mercury ... Themselves

Directed by
Randy Daudlin 
Writing credits
(in alphabetical order)
Randy Daudlin 

Produced by
Erin Berry .... producer
Patrick Cameron .... producer
Harvey Glazer .... producer
Kate Harrison .... executive producer
Gary Howsam .... executive producer
Jeff Wilson .... line producer
Robert Wilson .... producer
Original Music by
Ryan Latham 
Cinematography by
David Mitchell 
Film Editing by
Eduardo Martinez 
Casting by
Dean E. Fronk 
Donald Paul Pemrick 
Production Design by
Andrew Berry 
Art Direction by
Lyle Jobe 
Costume Design by
Christine Terris  (as Christine A. Terris)
Makeup Department
Graham Chivers .... special makeup effects artist
Graham Chivers .... special makeup effects shop foreman
Jason Detheridge .... prosthetics technician
Carlos Henriques .... prosthetics
Kevin Hutchinson .... special makeup effects artist
Daniel Lee .... key makeup artist
Daniel Lee .... key prosthetics
Jason Lee .... special makeup effects technician
Ryan Louagie .... special effects makeup builder
Josh Mifflin .... prosthetics trainee
Whitney Sellors .... assistant hair stylist
Whitney Sellors .... assistant makeup artist
Production Management
Eric Beldowski .... production manager
Francis Mitchell .... assistant production manager
Deanna Strong .... post-production supervisor
Scott Walling .... unit manager
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Kevin Hennelly .... third assistant director
Szonja Jakovits .... second assistant director
Brandon Tataryn .... second assistant director
Jason M. Washington .... first assistant director
Brad Wetherly .... trainee assistant director
Art Department
Scott Elwood .... set dresser
Chris Irvine .... set designer
Greg Kleynhans .... key scenic artist
Anthony Morassutti .... head carpenter
Bruno Tempera .... property master
Sound Department
David Caporale .... assistant sound
Stefan Fraticelli .... foley artist
Ofer Geva .... boom operator
Barry Gilmore .... supervising sound editor
Francisco Koch .... adr mixer
Colin McLellan .... adr recordist
Jason Perreira .... re-recording assistant
Scott Shepherd .... sound re-recording mixer
Mike Woroniuk .... sound re-recording mixer
Special Effects by
Graham Chivers .... sculptor
Mike Emiglio .... animatronic technician
Jonathan Graham .... special effects
Carlos Henriques .... special makeup effects
John Stead .... stunt coordinator
Steve Wilsher .... stunt coordinator
Camera and Electrical Department
Craig Cooper .... first assistant camera
James Teevan .... assistant camera
Sean Thompson .... electrician
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Sabrina Horlyck .... wardrobe supervisor
Wing Lee .... wardrobe assistant
Editorial Department
Mila Patriki .... final colorist
Music Department
Ursula Campbell .... music supervisor
Transportation Department
Scott Walling .... transportation coordinator
Other crew
Romaine Andronyk .... craft service manager
Tanya Beach .... assistant production coordinator
Ursula Campbell .... unit publicist
Marilyn Jang .... assistant production accountant
Melanie Orr .... script supervisor
Christopher Warre Smets .... story editor
Ron White .... production assistant

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Canada:86 min
Canada:14+ (TV rating) | Germany:18
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Tom Sizemore quit the film after two days but eventually returned. The entire ordeal was featured in Sizemore's reality show "Shooting Sizemore" (2007).See more »
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10 out of 15 people found the following review useful.
A Disposable Film With Tom Sizemore, 20 May 2007
Author: gavin6942 from United States

A maintenance crew headed by Tom Sizemore goes into an abandoned hospital to look for old equipment to sell to collectors. But a multi-millionaire has a scientist in the catacombs under the hospital, who has developed a serum to cause rapid regeneration and cellular growth. The scientist, who has taken the serum, is finding the results to be a bit more extreme than expected.

For my beef with 235 films (who produced this), see my review for "The Mad". This film's selling point was easy to identify as soon as I picked it up: it has Tom Sizemore in it. And, hey, I like Tom Sizemore (rent "Lock Up" with Sylvester Stallone) so this seems like something worth checking out.

That selling point is about as far as you can get with this one. You have a very one-dimensional millionaire who survives a fire. A creature in a tunnel who becomes part rat and part dog. A bum who is apparently a Rastafarian. These things mix well, surprisingly, but only in the most absurd sense of the word "well". It's just a lot of strange things going on.

The crew's background is in makeup, and it shows. There is a scene where they chop off a guy's fingers that was alright, and the creature is especially slimy. But the creature is just poorly conceived: in horror, there needs to be a balance of how much you do and do not show a monster. Here, they couldn't decide to show him too little (much of the film is almost pitch black) or too much (making him seem somewhat dumb).

I'd be lying if I said I didn't enjoy this film. I did. But the actors were nothing special, I didn't care about the characters, and Sizemore is either doped up or washed up in this film. Maybe he's not doped up. But whatever the case, he just looked old and tired. I can't have my hero looking like he wants to drink a six-pack of Coors Original (the Banquet Beer), smear Dorito orangeness on his chest and pass out watching NASCAR. This Sizemore didn't even have enough energy in him to pass gas.

I guess this isn't really telling you what you need to know, but there's really nothing to know: bad hero, weak monster, fake secondary characters. Unless your goal is to just get drunk or high and need something on the screen to move every so often, this isn't going to thrill you. If you want a good underground monster, rent "Tremors" or "CHUD".

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