REVIEW: SEPTIC MAN (2013)

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Distribution/Production Company(s): Starz Digital Media
Directed by: Jesse Thomas Cook
Written By: Tony Burgess
Starring: Jason David Brown, Molly Dunsworth, Tim Burd, Robert Maillet, Julian Richings
Guest Starring: Stephen McHattie
Running Time: 87 minutes
Rating: Rated R for disturbing vile and gruesome images, violence and language

Before we get going with a synopsis for SEPTIC MAN, I’d like to treat you to the very opening scene of the film. It may give you a little insight into what you have to look forward to throughout the rest of the film.

And thus our tale begins…

Synopsis:

From the creators of MONSTER BRAWL, EXIT HUMANITY, and PONTYPOOL comes this award-winning origin story of Jack, a sewage worker who’s determined to uncover the cause of the town’s water contamination crisis. But when he becomes trapped underground in a septic tank without food or water he undergoes a hideous and repulsive transformation. In order to escape the tank, he must team up with a docile Giant and confront a murdering madman. Hailed as a “stunning” (Little Red Umbrella), “funny” (TwitchFilm), and “visceral story that will leave you shaken – and desperate for a shower” (Rue Morgue Magazine), SEPTIC MAN is a cinematic odyssey into the darkest depths of horror and beyond.

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‘PONTYPOOL’ SEQUEL ‘PONTYPOOL CHANGES’ POSTER HITS THE WEB

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Bruce McDonald returns to direct the sequel to the Pontypool adaptation. Penned by Tony Burgess, “Pontypool, named after the small town in which it’s set, features veteran character actor Stephen McHattie, (Watchmen, 300, A History of Violence), as a cantankerous radio DJ trapped within the station’s walls as a deadly virus consumes the town, turning its citizens into cannibalistic zombie-like creatures.

You’ve HEARD it all before, but you ain’t seen nothing yet!