Pssst, want to check out Virus in our new look?
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It has a lot of the anti-establishment sentiment that a lot of Italian exploitation had, but it's just hitting the same notes that someone like Aldo Lado hit almost a decade before in Short Night of Glass Dolls.
It cribs a lot from Romero's Dawn of the Dead (military as amoral force, etc.) but also uses the imagery (and stock footage) that was widely a part of the Italian cannibal pictures at the time.
It's interesting, but far from good. Which is kind of Bruno Mattei's trademark.
Seedy and exploitative but not unhinged or humorous enough to be all that entertaining.
Really bad, and not even in a funny way.
to see which of your friends have seen this movie!