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Biophage (2010)

Not Rated | | Horror | January 2010 (USA)
Through the tattered remains of a post-apocalyptic civilization, Sgt. Cain and Dr. Bell make their way back from the Center for Disease Control. Their mission to find signs of human life a ... See full summary »

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... Dr. Bell
... Sgt. Cain
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Dawn Ali ... Bianca
Steven F. Clark ... Reverend Shearer
Robert Curtis ... Captain Rheinhardt
Brian Hillard ... Frye
... Julia Miller
Ernest Charles Rapp ... Carter
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Through the tattered remains of a post-apocalyptic civilization, Sgt. Cain and Dr. Bell make their way back from the Center for Disease Control. Their mission to find signs of human life a failure, they are returning to Mt. Bethel; the military research hospital from which they were sent. On their way back, Sgt. Cain and Dr. Bell encounter the remnants of humanity which, through an accidental release of a bio-chemical agent, have transformed into the undead-like "BIOPHAGES". However, they soon find that their biggest problem isn't the 'phages, but surviving together. Encounters with the occasional survivor, some friendly, some with ulterior motives, mark their journey while back at Mt. Bethel, Dr. Miller races to develop a cure. At the will of Dr. Miller, treachery and betrayal loom on the horizon as the two try to reach Mt. Bethel, and the final destiny of humanity. Written by Anonymous

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There is no cure for damnation

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Not Rated
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$10,000 (estimated)
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(16 mm version)

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1.33 : 1
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Official Selection: The Eerie Horror Film Festival, 2009 See more »

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15 January 2013 | by See all my reviews

Oh My God! I just finished watching one of the worst Zombies films ever made! I love a good B grade movie & a classic horror movie but when you try to make a Badly written, Badly Acted & Badly directed film look like a classic by making it in Black and White it only ends up being a Black and White Piece of Rubbish! I don't care if the budget was only $10000 I've seen better acting in cereal commercials! Admittedly I only watched it because of the guy that plays the doctor but now he makes me nauseous. The script was pathetic, I can only assume the Zombie makeup was self done by the cast themselves & the fact that these Zombies looked so weak and slow I don't know how they manage to catch and hold anyone. Beware never watch Biophage!


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