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Mutation (1999)

| Horror, Sci-Fi, Thriller | Video
A chemical created by Nazi experimentation is discovered in modern-day Germany. Once released, it causes all sorts of horrific bloodshed, mutation, and madness.

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Marc Fehse

Writer:

Marc Fehse
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Cast overview, first billed only:
Mark Door Mark Door ... Steve Taylor
Marc Fehse ... Nick Taylor
Timo Rose Timo Rose ... Tom Karminski
Carsten Fehse Carsten Fehse ... Maik Koenig
Juliane Block ... Petra Rodewald
Mr. Brand Mr. Brand ... Dr. F. Ritter
Oliver Krekel Oliver Krekel ... Herr Heidrich
Andreas Schnaas Andreas Schnaas ... Mr. Desantoz
Flow Jo Flow Jo ... Crucified victim
Ingo Brueckmann Ingo Brueckmann ... Victim in L.A.
Jarrod Robbins Jarrod Robbins ... Killer in L.A.
Christina Bergfeld Christina Bergfeld ... Women in L.A.
Katrin Schmacke Katrin Schmacke ... Women in L.A.
Nina Hesse Nina Hesse ... Women in L.A.
Jens Krebs Jens Krebs ... Killer in Restaurant
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A chemical created by Nazi experimentation is discovered in modern-day Germany. Once released, it causes all sorts of horrific bloodshed, mutation, and madness.

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1944 War es ein Gerucht... 1999 Sollte es die Bittere Wahrheit Werden.


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Country:

Germany

Language:

German

Also Known As:

K7B Mutation See more »

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Budget:

€500 (estimated)
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Followed by M III: Century of the Dead (2002) See more »

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Wonderful underground splatter - Germany's gore scene lives!
31 December 2007 | by J DSee all my reviews

Just when you thought Germany's underground splatter scene had run its course, a gem like Mutation comes along and reminds you that there are still a lot of sick, twisted people out there with the ability to make quality, fun horror.

This film, while far from perfect, is a riotous romp filled with exploding heads, disembowelings, and mutated humans going berserk on the populace. The effects range from absolutely stunning to pretty bad, but nine times out of ten, you're left shocked and appalled - exactly what this kind of film should leave you doing.

The plot is simple. A chemical created by Nazi experimentation is discovered in modern-day Germany. Once released, it causes all sorts of horrific bloodshed, mutation, and madness. People try to find a way to survive, but most end up as piles of pulsating guts by the time the end credits roll.

The acting is, at times, amateur, but with a production like this, its expected. If you're looking for a wonderful throwback to the heyday of German underground splatter, look no further than Mutation!


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