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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Hélène de Fougerolles,
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James C. Burns
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Kevin J. O'Connor
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
In fact I was out to find the French movie "Mutants" but ran into this stinker on Blu Ray for a few euro's, new I mean. Cover looked okay, indeed a mutant reflecting in the glasses of a gas mask. Two names on it, Steven Bauer and Michael Ironside. Two famous names. First research, it's also called "Zombie Mutants" in Germany. Again, so far so good. But naturally, names and a DVD or Blu Ray sleeve doesn't make a good feature. And this is a perfect example. First of all, once the flick was over I thought, hell, where were those zombies? Secondly I thought, Jesus, I forgot to get scared. You can see it coming, bad as hell. Sadly not bad that it became good. It's watchable as a TV movie but to categorize it under horror, no way. The effects used are laughable. You can easily see that the infection on the skin is just add on the flesh. The mutants once they attack are just targets to be shot. Just look at it, once they are clearing the laboratory and the sugar plantation were all the experiments are being done you are just watching a game, shoot every mutant popping up. It's really boring because there's no suspense by doing that. Otherwise, some actors get shot but after 5 minutes they are walking around without any pain or limitations. And the shot wounds just look like a scratch. The best part was when Ironside is confronted with one of his friends trying to get him killed. But I must say, he's in real life getting old. I have met him twice at conventions and you could easily see him ageing. But the worst thing was when they showed one of the mutants transforming in a creature was done by CGI and one of the cheap ones. One explosion was also CGI, the flames were CGI, and it came up to me to state CGwhy? It wouldn't even fit into exploitation. No this was just a waste of time, I did it, no you don't do it. Go watch the French Mutant.
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