The greedy Braylon owns the Just Rite Sugar Company and has hired the unethical scientist Sergei to conduct an experiment to make an addictive sugar stronger than heroin or nicotine to ...
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The greedy Braylon owns the Just Rite Sugar Company and has hired the unethical scientist Sergei to conduct an experiment to make an addictive sugar stronger than heroin or nicotine to increase his sales. Sergei uses invisible people as test subjects, like beggars, addicted junkies and illegals, in the clandestine Shadow Rock Mill. When Braylon's men mistakenly kidnap Ryan, who is the brother of his secretary Erin and son of his security chief Griff, and Hannah, the youngster becomes an important non-contaminated subject. However, Erin receives some mysterious e-mails from the unknown Cinderella with a picture of Ryan and a hint that he might be in Shadow Rock and together with her father, they decide to seek out Ryan. Written by
Claudio Carvalho, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
While investigating her brother's disappearance, a woman and her father find that the sugar company they both work for is developing a new strain that will increase the normal addictive qualities but turns it's victims into rage-filled zombies and race to stop them before he becomes a new test subject.
One of the most paltry, pathetic zombie movies ever devised, mostly due to the fact that the strain of calling these creatures zombies is so strong that it's almost an insult to the rest of the genre. These are the infected '28 Days Later' style zombies, so that automatically earns derision for the sheer inclusion of it but also because the zombies are literally in the film for twenty minutes, with the rest of the film taken up in flashback about how we've come to where we are. It's stupid, lame and doesn't have anything worthwhile going on, barely qualifying as a horror film even during these segments, forget about delivering anything of substance or entertainment value. This one was just plain terrible.
Rated R: Graphic Violence, Graphic Language and drug use
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