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Terror oozes from the screen in writer/director Gregory Lambertson's gruesome sequel to his 1988 cult horror classic Slime City. Seven years after a dirty bomb turns Wall Street into a post-apocalyptic wasteland, Cory (Kealan Patrick Burke) and Alexa (Jennifer Bihl) seek sanctuary in a dilapidated financial district building after taking flight from the military. They thought the building had been abandoned, but they quickly discover that's not the case when they encounter Mason (Lee Perkins) and Alice (Debbie Rochon), who have been surviving in the city since the initial blast. Little do these four lost souls realize they have wandered right into the same building where malevolent cult leader Zachary Devon (Robert C. Sabin) and his "Coven of Flesh" previously committed mass suicide. Upon drinking Zachary's mysterious elixir and consuming his "Himalayan yogurt," Cory, Alexa, Mason, and Alex begin to experience a shocking transformation. Their bodies been taken over by Zachary and his disciples, and as the slime starts to flow, the fight for survival begins.