A madman unleashes a biological weapon powerful enough to wipe out life on earth in this apocalyptic horror story. As the flesh-eating bacteria spreads, people drop like flies and a top secret military team is called in to stop the outbreak. But the maniac may just succeed: By the time the experts are called in, the contagion has taken on a life of its own. Alison Whitney, Benjamin Kanes, Miya Sagara and Andrew Kranz star.

When a handful of friends stumble upon the abandoned building, they come face to face with a biological weapons experiment gone catastrophically wrong. They also confront a maniacal ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Bacterium torrent reviews

Carlos H (ru) wrote: boooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooring

Tim W (br) wrote: This is surely one of the most explicit movie ever made

Trenton R (us) wrote: Bland characters and a boring story distract from its decent enough animation.

Issac L (ag) wrote: Another Woody Allen delight, a diptych of two moral conundrums, Laudau, a well-off ophthalmologist who ultimately gets away with the murder of his badgering mistress (Huston), meanwhile a frustrated documentary filmmaker (Allen) flunks to win his love interest (Farrow) over a pretentious showbiz magnate (Alda).For Laudau's story, one can easily sniff out the comparability of Allen's later London-based MATCH POINT (2005, 7/10), the other women are merely dispensable in favor of wealth, social status and ostensibly stable matrimony. In this film, its main concern is the struggle within, the general moral conscience Vs. the guilt or the sin, and out of left field, it is the latter eventually prevails, with the trappings of a comfortable life, the murder becomes a petty snippet in his memory and time can put everything back into an equilibrium, it is beyond any religion's absolution. Landau delivers one of his best performances in his lengthy career, an outright leading role (again, shamefully the category fraud push him into supporting group in the Oscar race), a hypocrite sleekly justifies his selfish and heinous behaviors with superfluous paddings, a despicable person so full of life with mocking caricature and a tint of self-reflection, everyone has his or her own unsurmountable hurdle in reality, luckily the preponderance is able to rein the yardstick. Anjelica Huston breaks her lofty stereotype, to overplay an unreasonable mistress who is too desperate to shore up her wanting sense of security, as vexing and halfwitted as she is, her denouement is too much a punishment. As for Allen's romantic entwinement with Farrow and his doomed marriage, it brims with casual wisecracks and addicted cinema-goings, but the scene-stealer is Alda, whose character is blatantly based on the late writer Larry Gelbart, utters bon mots like, comedy is tragedy plus time; or if it bends, it's funny, if it breaks, it isn't. He is snobbish and lewd to everyone's eyes, yet he walks off with Allen's soul mate. Woody Allen is rehashing the same old self, and Mia Farrow refrains herself as an out-of-his-league dame, who speaks highly about her unrealized ambition in order to reject a man trapped in a dead wedlock, yet subservient to the mogul's courtship, it all boils down to the point of a woman's self-deceptive blindness towards material needs, with a collateral damage to her unsuccessful suitor. So in both stories, the female characters are less glamorous and adorable here, not to mention Allen's sister's icky sex encounter in the bedroom. The film is mostly brisk under the accompany of a jazzy score, and its debate on moral structure is a cogent one and could be a reference to all the contemporary marital or relationship mishaps, even the religious mumble-jumble has an epiphany on those non-believers.

Johannes J (kr) wrote: Haven Hamilton: "Y'all take it easy now. This isn't Dallas, it's Nashville! They can't do this to us here in Nashville! Let's show them what we're made of. Come on everybody, sing! Somebody, sing!"

Kyle B (ag) wrote: It takes some time to find it's footing but once the meatiness of the movie kicks in it is truly captivating thanks to the stellar performances from Richard Burton, Genevieve Bujold, and John Colicos. The costumes, score, production design, art direction, and hair design are all extraordinary like many period pieces of its time. It's well written and has an interesting story within a tired topic often made during this time of Henry VIII with A Man For All Seasons only a few years before

Andrew L (es) wrote: Second best sci-fi comedy film of the 80's (behind Ghostbusters)

Josh M (de) wrote: Action packed and gory swordplay, but with a very stale and linear plot.

Janice B (nl) wrote: Long ago, I decided I would investigate any movie I came across which featured Dame Judi. I had no prior knowledge of the film or the real people behind it. Because I attended a Catholic college, I am familiar with the Church and had spent my share of time with guilt-ridden Catholic girlfriends. However, that experience did nothing to prepare me for the power of the storyline nor the impact this heart-wrenching tale would have on me. Dame Judi delivers an outstanding portrayal of a strong, wise and loving woman with whom I related immediately. Her performance brought the story to life -- I laughed, cried and got so angry I had to stop the film to stomp around. Watch this and keep the Kleenex near! It's a Girl Cry Movie for grown-up, thinking girls (and even boys).