Mulberry Street (film)
Promotional film poster
|Directed by||Jim Mickle|
|Produced by||Victor Assante
|Written by||Nick Damici
|Music by||Andreas Kapsalis|
|Editing by||Jim Mickle|
|Distributed by||After Dark Films|
|Running time||85 minutes|
Mulberry Street is a 2006 horror film that was released by After Dark Films as a part of their 8 Films to Die For 2007. It was released on DVD in the United States on March 18, 2008. The United Kingdom DVD was retitled Zombie Virus on Mulberry Street.
A deadly infection breaks out on Mulberry Street in downtown Manhattan, causing humans to devolve into blood-thirsty monstrosities. Six recently evicted tenants must survive the night and protect their downtown apartment building as the city quickly spirals out of control.
Initially emergency services and city authorities attempt to contain the spread by shutting down public transportation, and closing roads, but soon hospitals are inundated with the wounded, and the virus begins to spread island wide. By the time the characters realise the severity of the situation, the infected have overrun much of the city and the streets are highly dangerous, with police seemingly overwhelmed and unable to respond. The survivors barricade themselves in their apartments as the news of the outbreak and subsequent quarantine of Manhattan breaks on TV and radio, waiting on promised rescue from the military, which the government promises will begin to restore order in Manhattan soon.
- Official website
- Mulberry Street at the Internet Movie Database
- Mulberry Street at allmovie
- Cinefantastique Review
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