Subject: I have found a DVD that I think you would enjoy
Actor: Lorenzo Lamas
Genres: Science Fiction & Fantasy, Television
An alien microbe landed in remote siberia in the 1950s. In the year 2004 us scientists working at a top secret underground lab clone the microbe. A garbled distress signal is heard from the lab just before a complete lockd... more »
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If "The Thing" had a sequel...this would be it...
Mr. X | 05/04/2005
(5 out of 5 stars)
"This movie has a great plot, and pretty good acting. The movie has an extremely EXTREMELY similar plot to the first Resident Evil movie, but has somewhat of a "The Thing" blend to it.
Deep Evil is about a select handful of military ops going on a mission into an underground bio lab to retrieve any surviving members of a lockdown, within the lab. When they reach the lab though..things get dangerous. They find the entire lab covered in water and slime, which has no explination as to how it got there. They then come to find that a "secret experiment" which we later find is named "PB3" is missing from the lab.
Soonafter, the movie gets interesting when the team meets an infected civilian woman, who contracted a virus from the alien or possibly the slime/water in the lab's surroundings, the team then takes her out, after she tries to up the radiation of the lab and kill herself and everyone in the lab.
From then on, the movie only gets better and better, as members of the op. begin to become infected by this virus, and soonafter die.
Then finally the ending...i'm not about to spoil anything, but expect the unexpected. It's not the most "good triumphs over evil" ending, in the world. But it's a good one, for sure.
In the end, "Deep Evil" actually satisfied my thirst for suspense as a horror movie. And the fact that it tied in with a few other movies (Resident Evil 1, Mimic, The Thing) only made it that much more interesting. It wasn't the most original movie in the world, but it was def. worth the 1.5 hours of view to see it."
WOW, What a great movie??
H. A Huffman | Mt. Prospect, IL USA | 04/12/2005
(2 out of 5 stars)
"I was'nt going to write a review but the only review here was written by a member of the Lorenzo Lamas fan club. He is'nt even the star of this film (Wow, Lorenzo's career is tanking fast)
The production values are bad.
The acting is mediocre.
BUT..the plot is OK.
Deep Evil is not a terrible film, but it is not that good either. Don't pay too much for it."
NOTHING NEW BUT NOT SO BAD
Michael Butts | Martinsburg, WV USA | 08/30/2005
(3 out of 5 stars)
"DEEP EVIL offers little novelty in the genetic experiment gone horribly awry genre, but it's decently made and generates a few chills. The movie opens with a doctor escaping from a mysterious lab and accused of being a terrorist. We find out that this secret lab has enforced a lockdown, snaring 14 of its staff for some unknown reasons. We find out too that the lab had cloned an alien organism which if set loose would destroy mankind as we know it. Enter the beautiful doctor, the gallant special ops force and a creepy monster that makes drops of water seem terrifying. Lorenzo Lamas, Ona Greuner, Thomas Scott, Will Sanderson and Adam Morrison do okay in the lead roles and the effects (most of the time) are above average. It has a twist ending that smells of sequelitis? Not bad for a b flick."
sinisterfiend666 | the master of Horror | 04/17/2005
(2 out of 5 stars)
"This movie is something you may have found 10 years ago late at night on the old USA channel, or maybe even the sci-fi channel. It reminded me of the old cheesy roger corman movies. Your left with an ok (over done) plot, you have some ok actors, mixed in with some bad actors. You have some nice computer generated FX, mixed with some cheesy Halloween alien costumes. As a matter of fact I thought the aliens in the movie looked like a complete rip off of the aliens in the movie "Enemy Mine" made back in 1985. This movie was very so/so. I would pass on it. You might be able to see it for free on tv because it has a made for tv feel to it