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Lethal Virus

Span 2021
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Daniel Hernández Torrado, Diego de la Concepción for Virtual World Pictures, World Real Games
directed by Daniel Hernández Torrado
starring Christian Stamm, Loretta Hope, Ramon Álvarez, Tomás Paredes, Lee Partridge, Chus De Castro, Natascha Cridewi Tol, Helena de la Concepción
written by Carlos Sisí, Daniel Hernández Torrado, Diego de la Concepción, Nerea Bermúdez, special effects by Daniel Hernández Torrado, makeup effects by Sara González Álvarez, Raquel Kusiak Burgos, visual effects by Canary Film Factory, stunt coordination by Ramón Álvarez

review by
Mike Haberfelner

A deadly virus has hit humankind, turning large parts of the population into flesh-eating zombies - to the extent that whole cities have long been taken over by the infected. But there's hope for the living, biochemist Allyson (Loretta Hope), who has found a way to reverse the virus and turning the infected back to normal. But when she's driven to a lab to create the antivirus, her military escort stops along the way to help young girl, apparently an accident victim, noticing only too late that she's actually a zombie. And she and her zombie friends take out the entire convoy, safe for Allyson, who somehow manages to take a powder, Canum (Ramon Álvarez), commandeering officer of the convoy, and Johnson (Tomás Paredes), one of the soldiers. Problem is, the Allyson gets separated from the soldiers, and she's not really prepared to fight for herself in the zombie-infested wild, nor is she armed. But she runs into Scott (Christian Stamm), a world-weary survivalist, who at first doesn't want anything to do with her, but she appeals to his honour to take her to the lab, even if it's a march right through zombie country, and those alive they meet are hardly any less dangerous than the infected ...


Now truth to be told, Lethal Virus is not the most original zombie movie, story-wise, in fact many zombie flicks have touched similar territory. But thanks to a directorial effort that finds the right balance between action and atmosphere, a character-based script, and a competent cast, things still feel much fresher than they ought to, and the fact that the basic story is quite as skeletal as it is and doesn't veer off into any subplots really helps in keeping the thing as tense as it is, to make this one pretty cool genre entertainment.

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