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Experiment 7 (2009)

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Dr. Felix Copper is a doctor of Biological Sciences and is on a quest to find a solution to purifying radiation from water in the year 2022, ten years after the fall of humankind. He has to... See full summary »

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Dr. Felix Copper
Candice Rojas ...
Aco
Joe Davison ...
Sam
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William
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Dr. Melanie Phillips
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Dr. Holly Croft
Cheryl Kaleda ...
Maria Copper
Jack Amos ...
David Armstrong
Jerry Murdock ...
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Zoe Daelman Chlanda ...
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Dr. Felix Copper is a doctor of Biological Sciences and is on a quest to find a solution to purifying radiation from water in the year 2022, ten years after the fall of humankind. He has to travel to the far outreaches of every city known, trying to make his way to the coveted underground lab, if the Mutants don't get him first. Along the way he meets some unwarranted friends, Sam and William, two off the cuff heroes who cause more problems than they fix, and Aco, a super-model turned weapons expert. Together, Dr. Copper just might survive long enough to find a cure. Written by Anonymous

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John Griffin was actually re-used five times, playing five different mutants. He died a lot for this film. See more »

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Experiment 7 proves successful
21 June 2011 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

I must admit that I was in a bit of dilemma when deciding whether to buy the DVD of this film or not. I had noted a number of unfavourable comments (mainly bland, unsubstantiated one-liners) about the film on some Retail and Rental sites in which there was a consistent implication that the actors involved were novices. I felt that this was unjust and incorrect as I recognised the names of at least seven cast members and seen films featuring three of them, namely Joe Davison, Raine Brown and Alan Rowe Kelly. I have developed a high regard for these three and appreciated their reputation as reliable and versatile performers. There were a few names in lead roles that I have not seen before and I was curious how they and the less experienced cast members would fare in a film where Joe Davison was making his directorial debut. So after balancing the various pros and cons of buying the DVD, I decided to take the plunge and obtain a copy.

I was pleasantly surprised at the overall result with the experienced actors/actresses blending well with the 'newcomers' to the extent that any lack of previous experience was certainly not apparent in the performances of two lead players, namely Candice Rojas and Dwight Cemac, who were making their first appearance in substantial film roles. Both clearly possess the necessary attributes to be a success in further action style movies. The experienced personnel provide a solid foundation and obviously gave confidence to Candice and Dwight to make the required standard of contribution to the movie in their demanding roles.

It is the frequent action sequences at regular intervals that propel the film with its interesting story line along at a steady pace and consequently maintains the attention of the viewer. As the story proceeds the sense develops that time is running out for the survivors as they confront a series of hazards and mutants with a suspicion that the odds in favour of their survival are decreasing. Frustration and despair are clearly increasing within a growing claustrophobic situation despite the valiant efforts of the dynamic duo named Will and Sam, played by Joe Davison and Dwight Cemac, to fend off the constant danger.

My only disappointment with the film relates to the picture quality which I found to be a bit on the grainy, dark side and the unexpected ending. But I appreciate that the views relating to both of these two aspects of the film are bound to vary according to the viewer's personal taste.

In conclusion, I am glad that I ignored the negative views of the dismal johnnies and trusted my own instincts relating to the cast members and its director.


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