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Mulberry Street (2007)

Cast: Nick Damici, Nick Damici, Antone Pagan, more...
Director: Jim Mickle, Jim Mickle
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Studio: Lionsgate
Genre: Horror, Slashers, Killer Critters, Cannibals
Running Time: 84 min.
Languages: English
Subtitles: English, Spanish
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Synopsis
Fresh off the success of his award-winning senior thesis film The Underdogs, Tisch School of the Arts graduate Jim Mickle returns with this tale of a mysterious virus that causes mass chaos as it sweeps through a terrified Manhattan neighborhood. It's another sweltering summer day in downtown New York City, and as the residents of 51 Mulberry Street lament their crumbling building, higher rent prices, the rising cost of gas, and the ongoing war in Iraq the heat continues to climb as tempers begin to flare. The city is changing, but it's an unseen transformation that won't be noticed until it has evolved into an unstoppable force. A rat has attacked a passenger on the city subway, and just downtown another unsuspecting victim is bitten by a ravenous rodent. As darkness falls over the city, emergency response teams struggle to contain what appears to be a rapidly-spreading virus that is metamorphosing the helpless denizens into a bizarre new species. The streets are quickly filling with these malevolent new creatures, and as a retired boxer named Clutch awaits the return of his daughter from the battlefields of Iraq, the fearless fighter and seven other evicted tenants from 51 Mulberry Street will be forced to bolt the doors, secure the windows, and take one last stand against the mindless, frenzied masses who will stop at nothing to ensure total assimilation. ~ Jason Buchanan, All Movie Guide

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when the zombie apocalypse comes.... by annepants April 15, 2008 - 4:28 PM PDT
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2 out of 3 members found this review helpful
and come it will, we are going to need to rely on our family, friends and neighbors for support in ways that we haven't seen in a long long time.
I love this movie! It has really great character development and I found the relationships between people to be actually really sweet. Even though the end result of infection is kind of silly (don't want to give too much away), it still ends up being pretty darn scary and chaotic when the s*** hits the fan. I love the little slice of new york city life that you get from this movie. yay for mulberry street!

A decent movie belonging to the line of Zombie-by-virus flicks by TlovesJ April 3, 2008 - 7:35 PM PDT
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2 out of 3 members found this review helpful
Though the story is slim (essentially people just trying to survive a wave of zombie-people similar to the much better 28 Days Later) it is an enjoyable movie. 2nd best of the 2007 Horrorfest.




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Horrorfest: 8 Films to Die For (2007)
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Last year's horrorfest titles are now on request. They all come out in March - can't wait. Request them so we can rent them. : ) I'll update the list as I see them.
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