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Ghost Canyon

'The Terror Experiment'
(Jason London, C. Thomas Howell, Judd Nelson, Robert Carradine, Lochlyn Munro, et al / DVD / R / (2010) 2012 / Anchor Bay Entertainment)

Overview: In a shocking act of domestic terrorism, a deranged veteran detonates a biological weapon inside a crowded Federal Building. His purpose: To expose the government's secret development of a toxic gas that instantly affects the human adrenal system, causing men, women and children to become inhumanly aggressive and violent. But now the virus is spreading - fast!

DVD Verdict: After a disgruntled veteran unleashes a virus in an office building in order to expose a government secret, things don't go as planned. Well, to be fair, they go as far from right as wrong can be! A group of uninfected survivors then try to escape the quarantined building and get to safety before it's too late.

In truth, I didn't read the back cover sleeve so I had no idea what to expect from this movie at all. Thus, I came into this movie with a clean slate from the very start. Which is exactly what you should do, trust me. That said, one look at the Bmovie cast is enough to make you safely assured that together they should come together as one.

The trouble is that I still don't know if they were trying to make a serious movie or simply an over-the-top cheesy comedy movie! There are sections of both in it, but the latter is the one that wins out. Thus, if you are looking for a zombie movie, as much as the cover art might expect you to believe, you will be let down - as it is simply not a zombie movie, sorry! This is a Widescreen Presentation (1.85:1) enhanced for 16x9 TVs.