The Evil In Us DVD

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Six school friends meet up for a drug-fuelled Fourth of July weekend on a remote island. What they don't know is the drug they scored is not what it seems; it's actually a new bioactive compound peddled by a sadistic right-wing terrorist organisation. Anyone consuming it is then exposed to a virus causing fits of psychotic rage, mind-bending chaos and cannibalistic murder. Only one refused to partake and now she must fight to survive as everyone around her, including her fiancé, tries to savagely kill her.

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Released
10 October 2016
Directors
Actors
Format
DVD 
Publisher
Studiocanal 
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Runtime
91 minutes 
Features
DVD Single, PAL 
Barcode
5055201835239 
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Horror written and directed by Jason Williams Lee. The film follows a group of school friends as they gather for a fun weekend of partying on a remote island off the coast of Washington. The good times quickly turn into a nightmare however, as all but one of the group fall victim to the malicious plan of a terrorist organisation when they unwittingly take a bio-active drug that transforms them into savage cannibals. Trapped on the island and with nowhere to run, Brie Armstrong (Debs Howard) must fight to stay alive as the drug takes hold of her friends, who begin to viciously attack each other.

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