An underfunded university professor is on track to build the world's first bio-computer using genetically engineered bacteria when something goes terribly wrong. Now that something is top of the food chain.
Professor Jake Northrop (Eric Starkey) is horrified to learn that his experimental, bio-computer bacteria turns people into flesh-eating monsters. While most of his accidental creations are lumbering idiots, some are very different. They can outrun you. They can out-think you, and they're hungry. With the help of Bill Santini (Doug Van Liew), a homeless veteran, and a small group of survivors, the professor must run a gauntlet of ghouls to escape Center City and find a cure for the zombie plague.Written by
This film is an adaptation of the first book in the 'Zombacter' book series. Zombacter: Center City Contagion and Zombie King of Everything (the follow-up book in the series) are available as eBooks from Amazon. Both books can found at the Film-Director's and Author's Amazon page. See more »
Terrifying.. to see something this bad made it to completion.
How the hell did this film get made? It's just a poor amateur effort at best. Its the sort of thing you'd expect from the early endeavors of an aspiring film maker figuring out which end of the camera to look down.
Its so bad its a fight to decide which aspects of it are worst, the script, the direction the production... I don't know, they're all so terrible its a close call to make.
Really, seriously, just pass this one by.
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