Contamination DVD

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Branded as a video nasty in the UK, director Luigi Cozzi s Contamination takes the premise of Ridley Scott s classic Alien and peppers it with exploding guts galore and a dangerously infectious soundtrack from celebrated Italian prog-rockers Goblin (Deep Red, Suspiria). A cargo ship drifts up the Hudson River. Its crew: all dead, their bodies horribly mutilated, turned inside out by an unknown force. Its freight: boxes upon boxes of glowing, pulsating green eggs. It soon becomes clear that these eggs are not of this planet, and someone intends to cultivate them here... on Earth. But who? And to what end? Starring Italian horror veteran Ian McCulloch (Zombie Flesh Eaters), Contamination is an ultra-violent sci-fi epic that really gets under the skin. In space, no one can hear you scream but on Earth, the terror rings loud and clear! [show more]

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Released
03 July 2017
Directors
Actors
Format
DVD 
Publisher
Arrow 
Classification
Runtime
91 minutes 
Features
PAL 
Barcode
5027035016511 
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Italian sci-fi horror co-written and directed by Luigi Cozzi. A deserted ship arrives in New York City carrying a slaughtered crew and an even more horrific cargo: mutant green eggs that pulsate with life. Teaming up with former astronaut Commander Ian Hubbard (Ian McCulloch), a government research team led by Colonel Stella Holmes (Louise Marleau) is sent in to investigate. However, after following a lead to a coffee plantation in Colombia, the team soon uncover a grisly conspiracy. The cast also includes Marino Masé, Gisela Hahn and Siegfried Rauch.