A couple of college students decide to sign up for pharmaceutical testing of a new allergy drug to make some extra cash for their spring break trip. They quickly discover their two week ...
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A couple of college students decide to sign up for pharmaceutical testing of a new allergy drug to make some extra cash for their spring break trip. They quickly discover their two week stay will not be as easy as they first believed and fight to save themselves from the grips of the facility. Written by
Well done horror film that blows the lid off Big Pharmaceutical as well. Travis Van Winkle gives a superb performance as a college student participating in an allergy study, placing himself in the hands of sinister representatives of an evil drug company. The study is one of the most diabolical ever conceived in cinema and reflects major truths regarding the industry. Trish Helfer is stunning and does some of her best work in years as the attracts Van Winkle's character to the program with completely evil intent. The tension builds quickly and the horrors which ensue are almost too much to comprehend in their terror. Overall, a fine film that is not without its flaws but which is much more than just a horror movie. What this production has to say about society's dominance by pharmaceutical fascists is profoundly true and needs to be exposed.
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