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Director: Giulio De Santi, Neil Meschino
Cast: Wilmar Zimosa, Edward X. Young, Mike Keller, Lawrence George, Rick Haymes, Chris Gentile, Ardis Campbell
Necrostorm / PAL All Region / Unrated / 16x9 widescreen / English Dolby Digital stereo / Multi-language subtitles / 85 minutes
Extras: Soundtrack / Making of / Outtakes / FX Tutorial / Trailers / Comic Book / Posters / Postcards
The year is 1984. Researchers at the secretive Bentan Labs are celebrating the completion of their latest weapons project: a previously unknown type of mildew, capable of spreading and consuming any kind of vegetation... and ideal for attacking stockpiles of enemy food. When a sponsor is accidentally infected, the mildew's spores are set loose across the facility.
As aggressive soldiers flood the complex and the infected staff begin to mutate, the survivors come to realize that the mildew is in fact an alien creature! To avoid an agonising death, the remaining scientists must join forces with "Toxic" - a mysterious mercenary who has infiltrated the building on a covert mission. Will anyone escape the clutches of this out of control fungus and the army of crazed mutants it has created?The Italian splatter kings Necrostorm who have brought you such gory treasures as Adam Chaplin and Hotel Inferno are back at it with a science fiction creature-feature that's sure to satisfy your need for oozing green slime. You wouldn't know it from the synopsis, but this is a re-edit of Neil Moschino's 2012 film Mold! by Necrostorm main man, Giulio De Santi and his crew. They took 25% of the original movie, recut it with 25% of Moschino's unused footage and added 50% of their own original and unique brand of video game-inspired, messy mayhem.
The finished product is a different slant on basically the same gimmick; a flesh-eating mold that the American government plans to weaponize in some way to benefit them. Melting flesh, liquified eyeballs, mutant lab mice, bursting torsos and floating, telekinetic brains... this one has it all and more. That's right, MORE than all! If you like your blood and guts mixed with a little neon-colored goo like the 1987 J. Michael Muro classic Street Trash, then you should definitely pick this up. Along with the movie, you get the extra treats in the package for which Necrostorm is known (see extras above).