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"It's all fun and games until someone loses a head."
  • NR
  • 2013
  • 1 hr 20 min
  • 3.5  (507)

Hazmat is a 2013 indie horror movie that features Norbert Velez, Aniela McGuinness, and Todd Bruno. Directed by Lou Simon, Hazmat follows the story of four medical students who get trapped in an underground laboratory after a disastrous chemical spill. With no means of escape and danger closing in, the students are forced to fight for their survival.

The movie opens to a peaceful and beautiful campus of a medical college where Bradley (Norbert Velez), a brilliant yet socially awkward student, meets his classmates Kayla (Aniela McGuinness), Jag (Todd Bruno), and Quinn (Tommy Propson). They all plan to spend their weekend completing their project, which involves developing a vaccine for a deadly virus.

As they start working on their project in the underground lab, something goes wrong, and they soon found themselves trapped by toxic fumes. After a botched escape attempt, they find that the ventilation system is down, and they have to figure out how to survive the deadly environment.

With time running out, the students try to maintain their composure and come up with a plan of action. However, as the situation gets worse, their true character surfaces, and they start to show their darker side. Bradley, the genius, becomes even more obsessive and compulsive, Kayla and Jag start to argue, and Quinn becomes more anxious.

Things take a turn for the worse when they realize they are not alone in the lab. There is something down there with them, and it's not human. The creature is infected with the deadly virus that they were working on, and it's mutating rapidly, killing everything in its path.

The students must figure out a way to destroy the creature before it destroys them. With limited resources and no exit strategy, they have to use their ingenuity and smarts to fight back. But, as they come face-to-face with this monster, they realize that their chances of surviving are barely existent.

Hazmat is a horror movie that maintains its suspense throughout the film. The movie is well-paced, and it keeps the audience engaged, as the students battle to survive in the underground lab. The camera work and lighting add to the frightening atmosphere and the movie's overall experience.

The performances by the cast are good, with each of them quite convincing in their role. Norbert Velez's portrayal of Bradley as the socially awkward, obsessive genius is spot-on. Aniela McGuinness as Kayla's facial expressions and body language add to the intensity of her character's personality, and Todd Bruno's portrayal of Jag is a confident and powerful addition to the cast.

The creature effects are top-notch, and the movie's makeup and prosthetics are excellent. The horror element is perfectly balanced with the thriller aspect, and it does justice to the plot.

In conclusion, Hazmat is an excellent movie with a unique plot, great performances, and convincing effects. It is perfect for anyone who loves the horror genre and likes to watch movies that make them jump out of their seats. Hazmat is a great addition to the horror genre and is highly recommended.

Hazmat is a 2013 horror movie with a runtime of 1 hour and 20 minutes. It has received mostly poor reviews from critics and viewers, who have given it an IMDb score of 3.5.

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    3.5  (507)