Mutants (2010) Movie Review
Like David Cronenberg s The Fly, co-writer and director David Morley s fright flick Mutants turns the horror genre on its head and makes it personal. It s one thing to kill a zombie. But what if the zombie was someone you loved? ER doctor Sonia (Helene de Fougerolles) and her boyfriend Marco (Francis Renaud) take refuge in an abandoned base when a pandemic has turned almost everyone in the world into a flesh-eating monster. But one of the creatures infects Marco and soon Sonia is fighting off zombies, dealing with her own pregnancy and desperately hoping for a cure as Marco literally disintegrates before her eyes. Finally, Sonia faces the truth: the one man worth fighting for has become the one man she must fight against to survive.
About Mutants (2010)
Starring: Tak Sakaguchi, Kentarô Shimazu, Demo Tanaka, Kanji Tsuda, Miyû Wagawa, Asami, Yui Murata, Yûya Ishikawa, Erika Terajima, Chiharu Kawai, Arata Yamanaka, Naoto Takenaka, Cay Izumi, Maki Mizui, Naoi Nagano, Noboru Iguchi, Yumemi Katô, Yoshihiro Nishimura, Rie Hayasaka, Maya Fukuzawa, Kotono, Yumi Sugimoto, Suzuka Morita, Yûko Takayama, Yukihiro Haruzono, Hikaru Shida, Masaki Nishimura, Maiko Itô, Masahiro Taniguchi, Akiko Mishiro
Director: Noboru Iguchi, Yoshihiro Nishimura, Tak Sakaguchi