Infection: The Invasion Begins (2010)

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A mystery surrounds a small town that was attacked on September 9, 2009. Now sixty years later, the last survivor, Sarah, sends a high profile reporter a letter suggesting what really ... See full summary »

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21 June 2011 | dmuel
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| yes, it's truly an awful bit of film-making
Hard to believe that anyone was actually willing to finance this piece of garbage. The film is hard to describe it's so bad, and I don't mean fun bad...just bad. Here's the story: a meteor falls from the sky and is discovered just outside a small town. Soon the brain-dead sheriff and some local idiots discover it's actually full of little worm-like pieces of cardboard that take over people's minds and personalities. In other words, not an original idea in this whole fiasco of a film. What's worse every single effect in the film is CGI, and of the most amateur quality imaginable. As for the acting, there's a special 15 minute video included on the DVD which should have been titled "The making of a piece of crap", in which all the actors admit they've had no acting experience and what a thrill it was to have the chance. Their last, I'm sure. I admit, I couldn't actually watch the film, I fast-forwarded through most of it. AWFUL!

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