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Surprisingly vicious, no budget flick from the director of the delirious GARDEN OF THE DEAD.
OK, this is possibly the fourteen millionth low budget zombie movie, and while it really can't be described with any accuracy as "good", much like THE STINK OF FLESH, there is something about it that makes it a bit more fun to watch than most such films. Again, as with STINK, I can't really put my finger on what it was that made BIOHAZARDOUS that all important little bit better, but I've watched it twice now and both times enjoyed it enough that I didn't feel the urge to throw the DVD in the trash (as I sometimes do...)
About on par with THE DEAD NEXT DOOR, as well. And light years better than SHATTER DEAD and/or ZOMBIE BLOODBATH.
I don't have much to say about this horrible film that other reviewers haven't said already: the killer's voice is funny, the kills are crappy, etc.
Just know that of the 2300 or so horror flicks I've seen, this is one of the 10 worst.
Absolutely wonderful 40s horror romp with Lugosi giving one of his best performances of the decade (only in ABBOTT & COSTELLO MEET FRANKENSTEIN and possibly THE DEVIL BAT was he better in the 40s). Matt Willis is a great, shaggy werewolf.