Kent McCord) is currently working with the government to use the chemical Trioxin. If you remember Trioxin is the chemical that turns people into flesh eating monsters or zombies by any other name. They want to be able to have a fighting force of these creatures to use in battle. Colonel Reynolds son Curt (J. Trevor Edmond) and his girlfriend Julie (Melinda Clarke) are curious as to what daddy is doing these days. They both sneak into the laboratory one day and get more information than they really wanted to know.
Curt and his father don't see eye to eye on many things and the two often argue. It was one fateful day after one such argument that Curt and Julie take off on the motorcycle and there is a terrible accident. Julie dies and Curt is heartbroken. Curt realizes that he wants his Julie alive and that he must do anything to do this. Curt injects his girlfriend Julie with the Trioxin and of course she comes back to life as a brain eating zombie. Julie is none too happy about this and tries not to be the brain eating freak that she has become but to no avail. She is a zombie and will always be one. What's worse is that by bringing the Trioxin back into the public domain it also unleashes the dead to come back to life and they are out there eating the brains of everyone involved. The government become aware of what has taken place and desperately try to locate Curt and Julie.
Now the movie has its good and bad points. Yes, it is a typical zombie flick with human cannibalistic tendencies but on the other hand the details and graphics are really cool. Lionsgate brings this truly wonderful horror story to Blu-Ray on November 22nd, 2016. The sights and sounds are extremely detailed and the quality of the Blu-Ray is excellent.