The Evil in Us :- Watch The Evil in Us on Youtube on Fire, When six school friends meet up for a fourth of July celebration on a remote island off the Washington coast, what they expect is a harmless weekend filled with fun and partying. Unfortunately, when one of them brings along some cocaine to amp up the good times, what they get is a mind bending trip filled with horror, chaos and murder. Unbeknownst to the friends, a sadistic, right wing terrorist organization has secretly funneled a new bio-active drug into the market disguised as cocaine. Anyone who consumes the drug is then exposed to a virus that causes fits of psychotic rage. Only one girl, Brie, refuses to take the drug and she alone must fight to stay alive as everyone around her, including her fiancé, attempts to savagely kill her. Her only hope may be a detective who is desperately trying to unravel the mystery behind the sadistic terrorist plot and save Brie before it’s too late. Trapped on the island, Brie must endure the unimaginable and survive a deadly game of cat andI really do not enjoy most films that are micro budgets but this film had some pretty decent effects and good enough acting. Right from the opening credits the editing looked pretty cool and with the early dialogue a lot of indie films talk too much or not enough but this film felt very smooth. Now what it did lack was originality as far as the plot is concerned, I mean 6 friends 2 cars the cabin get away, I swear if that is all we do in movies portraying America as far as fun is concerned no wonder other country’s despise us. But the effects all in all were OK the music was nothing memorable and the pace during the middle could have sped up some. But the end was good by kind of tapping into our real life issues we are dealing with now was cool and it ended better than a lot of micro films so I think this one can be checked out if nothing serious is going on..
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Release: 19 August 2016 (UK)
IMDB Rating: 4.2/10
Director: Jason William Lee
Stars: David Aboussafy, Melanie Joy Adams, Chris Allen