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The Evil in Us (2016)

Not Rated | | Horror | 29 August 2017 (USA)
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While on a fourth of July holiday, six best friends fall victim to the insidious plan of a mysterious organization when they are unknowingly transformed into bloodthirsty cannibals.


Jason William Lee
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Cast overview, first billed only:
Debs Howard ... Brie Armstrong
Danny Zaporozan Danny Zaporozan ... Steve Ridley
Behtash Fazlali ... Bash Gill
Ian Collins ... John Wheeler
Marina Pasqua Marina Pasqua ... Roxanne Bouchard
Kylee Bush ... Trish Walker
Robert Leaf ... Senator Elias Cob
John Gillich ... Detective Jake Strudwick
Gary Starkell ... Raymond Ford
Jerome Velinsky ... Detective Rick Evans
Patrick Gaites Patrick Gaites ... Roy Collins
Tatyana Forrest ... Zoe Kieslowska
Becky Hachey Becky Hachey ... Dr. Amy Nichols
Gabriel Carter Gabriel Carter ... Officer Mitchell
Dayleigh Nelson ... Officer Drake


Six school friends meet up for a fourth of July celebration on a remote island off the Washington coast for a weekend of fun and partying. But the good times quickly turn into a nightmare when they unknowingly take a new bio-active drug containing a virus that causes fits of psychotic rage. Only one girl, Brie, doesn't take the drug and she alone must fight to stay alive as her friends slowly turn into bloodthirsty cannibals. Trapped on the island, Brie must endure the unimaginable and fight for her life. Written by Anonymous

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A 90 minute "don't do drugs" hidden in horror
17 October 2016 | by jackmeatSee all my reviews

My quick rating - 5,0/10. Sheer moments of brilliance in this movie get dragged down by some really bad casting and lack of continuity. The opening credits absolutely drag you in. Shot and edited wonderfully I really just wish whoever was responsible stuck around for the whole film. The story itself is nothing new. This time a group of people head to a cabin in the woods (not too cliché, right? ) for a fun filled weekend. Of course this includes the usual, drinking, sex, oh, and a virus laced bag of cocaine that turns your average paranoid user into a zombie like rage freak who only knows killing. The first crime scene found in the wake of a night of partying is a gorefest with one of the worst looking compound fractures I recall seeing in along time. Unfortunately this is where the lack of continuity kicks in. Great looking scenes like this that get lost in overdrawn pointless moments of which character can act like a bigger snob. The pacing really dragged at times and this gets distracting up until it really gets going. That being said, I found myself interested throughout and at the end you realize after being drawn into a mediocre horror film, you just watched the longest, most violent anti-drug commercial with a huge underlying tone of slamming American politics in recent history. Still worth a view if nothing better is on and for being an indie budget flick it does pack a decent punch and solid message.

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