Trailer for French Zombie Horror Mutants

The freaks over at Twitch Film got their greasy, grimy hands on the first trailer for Mutants, the feature debut David Morley, and looks really, really cool. The story puts a new spin on zombies, making the transformation to one take a very long time thus forcing a person to watch their companion rot away, which adds a disturbing new elementto the proceedings.

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 Year  Country
  • Year: 2008
  • Country: France
  •  Run Time   MPAA Rating
     Category  Color
  • Category: Feature
  • Color type: Color
  •  Director
  • Director: David Morley
  •  Writer(s)
     Sub Genre
  • Sub Genre: Post-Apocalyptic
  •  Keywords
  • Themes: Monsters
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    Plot Synopsis:

    Sounding suspiciously like a zombie film, Mutants is set in a post-apocalyptic world and tells of a couple trying to escape some nasty stuff, only for one of them to get bitten for their troubles.

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