Body Melt (Region 1) - Brophy, Philip
Releasedatum: 25 november 2003
It’s a sunny day in suburbia. Suddenly a hideously deformed dying man disrupts the peace, crashing his car in the Pebbles Court neighborhood, the better part of Homesville. He’s the victim of the experimental drug Vimuville, marketed as a “dietary supplement” which has apparently malfunctioned. He has arrived too late to warn the population of Homesville not to try the pill that was dropped in their mailbox by a respectable pharmaceutical company. Unfortunately the folks of Homesville are suckers for freebies and they too start deforming, mutating, exploding and otherwise experiencing sudden death syndrome. A local health spa becomes the nerve center for the horrific outbreak as the fate of the people of Homesville spirals down a catastrophic path of no return. Full of shocking surprises, imaginative photography and layered with gore, Body Melt, compared to John Carpenter’s “In The Mouth of Madness”, offers a horrific vision of lustful teenagers, old ladies, paranoid health staff and ordinary families going through the merciless deteriorating torture of Body Melt.
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