Saturday, January 30, 2010

The Future Looks Bleak But Beautifully Horrific in Biophage

Biophage, a film developed by Mark Rapp, will see DVD shelves and Netflix queues beginning February 2, 2010. The film envisions a post-apocalyptic world of tomorrow, where a "bio-chemical agent" has changed much of the populace into "biophages (Movies)." Hard to Get Productions was the support behind the film and while slightly of the radar, and very independent, the early material looks good. Also, Biophage was shot in black and white near Pittsburgh, so the film will likely appeal to those looking for a grainier look, with their cinema. Have a look at all the available info' on Biophage below.

The synopsis for Biophage here:

"Through the tattered remains of a post-apocalyptic civilization, Sgt. Cain and Dr. Bell make their way back from the Center for Disease Control. Their mission to find signs of human life is a failure. They are returning to Mt. Bethel, the military research hospital, from which they were sent. On their way back, Sgt. Cain and Dr. Bell encounter the remnants of humanity which, through an accidental release of a bio-chemical agent, have transformed into the undead-like biophages.


However, they soon find that their biggest problem isn't the 'phages, but surviving together. Encounters with the occasional survivor some friendly, some with ulterior motives, mark their journey while heading back to Mt. Bethel. Dr. Miller races to develop a cure. At the will of Dr. Miller, treachery and betrayal loom on the horizon, as the two try to reach Mt. Bethel, and achievethe final destiny of humanity (Movies)."

Directed by: Mark Rapp.

Writing: Steven F. Clark.

Cat: Aaron Jackson, Ron Marnich, Dawn Ali, Steven F. Clark, Robert Curtis, Brian Hillard, Kristin Pfeifer, Ernest Charles Rapp, and John Yost.

USA:72 min

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