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Virus X (2010)

 -  Horror | Sci-Fi  -  1 October 2010 (USA)
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After being infected with a hyper-deadly virus mutation, five medical scientists must escape quarantine and force their way to freedom. Only a mysterious, silver-haired enforcer stands in their way.

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A group of medical scientists are quarantined inside their lab after being infected with a deadly hyper-mutant form of the H1N1 virus. With only 3 days left to live they have no way to escape and no way out. While the deceitful head doctor monitors them from a hidden surveillance room the scientists must uncover the harrowing truth behind their detainment and force their own way to freedom. Written by Elizabeth, Marketing Manager

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Rated R for bloody violence and language
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1 October 2010 (USA)  »

Also Known As:

H1N1: Virus X  »

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$3,500,000 (estimated)
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The seemingly random code which appears over Sybil Danning's surveillance camera footage is actually the film's visual effects artist's birthday. See more »

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The characters at times say they are looking for an antidote. Antidotes are for poisons and toxins, not for viral infections. See more »

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There actually is a cure...
26 February 2011 | by (Denmark) – See all my reviews

From the movie cover for "Virus X", I had expected something else entirely than what it turned out to be. The cover looked fairly interesting, but the movie turned out to be far from it.

The story in "Virus X" is somewhat captivating in some aspects, but the overall picture is a tarnished and dull result. It was like the air went out of the balloon way before the movie had reached the mid-point of the length. However, the approach to the H1N1 virus strain was perhaps the best take in the movie.

As for the cast in this movie, well I can't say that I am familiar with any of them, nor do I even recall having seen any of their faces anywhere. And that is a good thing, because you don't need to be a big, famous Hollywood star to be a good actor. There were some fairly good performances in the movie, but there were also some mediocre ones. And I would say the overall acting scale was just above mediocre, so don't get your hopes up for this one.

I had expected more suspense and thrills, perhaps even the occasional scare, but there was no such things. There were some build-ups for some, but they turned out in an anti-climatic way unfortunately.

"Virus X" comes out on the other side of the tunnel with a flat tire, so to speak. It was, to me, a disappointing movie, and I will not be making a second return to give it another chance. For movies of this caliber, there are others available that have better story lines, plots, and that are more interesting. Sadly, "Virus X" failed to deliver.

I found a cure to "Virus X" and that was the 'Stop' and 'Eject' buttons.


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