The Terror ExperimentHD Closed Captioning
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On Christmas Eve morning, a terrorist sets off an explosion at a Federal building to expose the government's secret biological warfare weapon, a deadly virus that instantly attacks a person's adrenal system, causing them to become inhumanly aggressive. Now everyone below the sixth floor is infected with an uncontrollable urge to kill. In order to contain the situation, the government initiates a countdown that will detonate the building and bury their secret. With the time bomb ticking, a group of uninfected employees must band together and fight to get past the infected and out of the building alive. But they soon realize there may be no escape; whatever happened in this building is not intended to get out.
This one is low-low-low-very-low budget and it shows. Sound effects are terrible (the gun shots sound like cap guns). There was only enough make-up for maybe 3 or 4 "zombies" and one machine gun to go around. Now, I have seen low budget movies that are good--this just isn't one of them. Acting was mediocre. Surprisingly, I saw a few known actors here. I guess they needed the money. Story is the same one as always-zombies loose and you have nowhere to go. Overall, cheap, predictable, been there/done that.
I was attracted by the graphics and zombie subject and found a unique twist on the genre. Don't take it too seriously and you won't be disappointed. I wasn't.
Wow...this was one of the worst "zombie" flicks I've ever seen. Drawn in by the cast of "B" actors who appeared to be trying to make their debut in a new twist on the zombie/infection movie genre, I was sorely disappointed by the disjointed plot and unconnected scenes. The acting...well there wasn't any. SCI FI channel makes better cheese flicks...and those are rarely worth watching.