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A junior minister in the British Government discovers a terrorist plot to detonate a nuclear device in London. Putting self-preservation first, he flees with a young American political advisor to a re-commissioned Secret Nuclear Underground Bunker - S.N.U.B. They find themselves entombed in the bunker with a disparate group of individuals caught in the wrong place at the wrong time. The terrorist bomb is found, but attempts by bomb disposal experts fail to prevent it exploding, destroying central London and contaminating the surrounding countryside. As a result of the blast a group of dangerous convicts break out from a local high security prison, but are contaminated with radiation and start to mutate. The mutants infiltrate the bunker and one by one the occupants endure a horrible, grisly death. Eventually one of the survivors escapes from the bunker to make contact with the outside world and a rescue helicopter is organised. But inside the S.N.U.B. the mutants are closing in. Not ... Written by
Angry Badger Pictures
Well what can i say...Er, how about terrible! obviously Harriet Thorpe has fallen on hard times after Life is sweet, and in all fairness she was the only recognisable character.Everything about this film screams straight to DVD and it shows.Zero character development, sloppy direction, awful script, need i go on? avoid like the mutants that mysteriously mutate within 10 minutes of a nuclear blast??!! they should of called it C.R.U.D. I'll award it 2 stars, mainly because its British (and god knows our film industry needs it) and also probably because it's the directors first effort (lord knows i hope it is) 28 days/weeks later this is not!
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