Director: Todd E. Freeman
Stars: Robert McKeehen, Haley Talbot, Christopher Toyne, Daniel Baldwin
Russell Carpenter reluctantly admits his wife Sadie into an experimental treatment facility for her life threatening disease, a form of cancer. While locked in this prison like surrounding, they, along with 6 others, are unknowingly subjected to a cure that might just be worse than the disease itself. They must try and get out alive.
Why, why, why? I was hoping for a decent movie. Nothing fantastic or anything like that, just a good movie. This movie was nothing like that at all. You start watching it, and you are trying to get involved into the story. You are really working to get the story, then you just get to the point that you really do not care what happens to any of the characters. The movie starts off interesting, but then it just does not go anywhere. It is a story that has been told too many times.
The blood and gore in the movie was created very well. I just wanted to see more of it in the movie. This is a movie about a bug that eats cancer in the human body, and it wants out when it is done. I wanted to see these bugs busting out of people's body with blood and gusts flying all over the place. I wanted it to be over the top. It was just a lot of stuff happening off camera. It needed to be more in your face.
I do not recommend anyone watching this movie. It just was not that good at all. The acting was bad. Daniel Baldwin does not even show up until that end of the movie. I think he lost a bet to be in this movie. I watched it, so you don't have to.
Cell Count (2012) Trailer