Seven hundred days after U.S. President Austin (Lee Majors) announces a new, rapidly spreading virus, a resulting plague has killed most of humanity and transformed the rest into mutants. ... See full summary »
Lieutenant John Paxton wants revenge against the government he and his men swore their lives to defend. The very government that abandoned and betrayed him, leaving him to die after a secret biological warfare experiment went horribly wrong. John will discover revenge is a journey that will ultimately leave millions infected, countless dead, and the lucky few survivors struggling to find the last safe corner for humanity.Written by
Right, well I was lured in by the promise of zombies when I sat down to watch "Toxin". And boy, was I disappointed with this movie, so much in fact, that I think I made it just about halfway through the movie.
Not only is this movie awfully devoid of zombies (sure, there were some angry people running around with theater blood on their faces yelling and growling at people), but it was also incredibly boring and had a really dull storyline.
The movie brandishes "Millions infected, countless dead". Yeah, where exactly?
It should be said that the performances in the movie were so-so, nothing overly impressive here, and truth be told, then I have seen worse elsewhere. But when it comes down to it, then the actors and actresses had absolutely nothing to work with here script-wise or storyline-wise.
This movie was wooden and horribly forcibly scripted. And there was nothing enjoyable or entertaining to be found here. It was a struggle even just to get to about halfway into the movie, and I must admit that I dozed off every now and then.
If you enjoy zombie movies, then stay well clear of "Toxin".
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