Karen (Ilona Elkin) is a psychiatric nurse working at a what appears to be a Catholic run health care facility. She is troubled by bad dreams and weird patients. She takes a shower that shows off a large shoulder scar that has absolutely nothing to do with the rest of the film (it had me guessing). While commuting late one night on the subway, Karen, and group of commuters encounter a doomsday religious cult that look more like Brownshirts. They kill with knives in the shape of a crucifix, and do not believe in guns. (How do they conquer the world again?) As our group runs, hides, and fight back, the film takes on the feel of a zombie movie with the religious followers in the role of the zombie. (I won't cross that metaphor line, I promise.)
The red eyed creatures on the cover don't show until late, I mean "Quarantine" cover late. Like the very end of the film when it starts to get interesting. Well produced and written film. 3 1/2 stars
F-bombs, no sex, no nudity, minor groping, another use for duct tape in case of terrorist attack.
The way we sequel this film is that we make the creatures into aliens and this is part of an alien invasion. Karen has a shoulder scar where the aliens had placed an implant in her...but was removed by humans when she had a lake/drowning accident. We then go into a mind control humans vs. the rest of us with an elite force which includes eye candy attempting to knock out the enemy control station located in the desert or somewhere else low budget to shoot a film. They have to battle humans carrying knives while attempting to locate and destroy the base...and we can add some low budget internal conflict, Casper Van Dien, and Sophia Monk.