Writer/director Scott Jeffrey has done it again and brought us a movie we didn’t know we needed the mutation. When an experiment goes wrong, a lab rat becomes… I don’t know! I call it a ratosaurus. Watch the trailer to see if you can tell me what kind of DNA that ratosaurus has in it.
The creator describes this grisly thriller as: “After a deadly experiment on a rat goes wrong, the mutated rat is released into a city and a group of detectives are on the hunt for the beast. Zoologist, Allen Marsh (Ricardo Freitas) must team up with a grieving widow to help the detectives capture and exterminate the mutant rat.As the death toll rises, no one is safe and the rat grows at a rapid rate!’
Ricardo Freitas is joined by Amanda-Jade Tyler, Abi Casson Thompson, James Robertson and Derek Nelson as Rat. You may be familiar with Derek Nelson’s work as Billy ‘The Butcher’ in Werewolves of the Third Reich, which finds us “In Germany, at the height of World War II, an irregular group of American soldiers discovers Doctor Mengele’s diabolical plan to create an unstoppable army of Nazi werewolves.”
Writer/director Scott Jeffrey has been in the horror world since 2016 and got some winks from horror fans for: Mother Krampus, based on the myth of Frau Perchta, a witch who comes to pick up children every night on the 12 days of Christmas. tagline? “The naughty list just turned deadly.” Beautiful. You can also keep your eyes open for Exorcist revenge starring Robert Bronzi who, if you’re not familiar, is the reincarnated Charles Bronson. If he’s not cast in that Bronson biopic someone should be making, there’s no justice in this world! Look at him!
And if you haven’t seen Jeffrey’s upcoming The Curse of Humpty Dumpty trailer, you might want to check it out because it WILL change your mind. It involves an elderly dementia patient and her two daughters who care for her, and they are somehow reunited with a creepy Humpty Dumpty doll that the woman threw away years ago. She can’t remember why she threw it out the first time, but the trailer suggests it’s home to a nasty supernatural force. The slogan? “He will crack you.” Pause for applause. The release date for the horror nursery rhyme is November 26.
And if you can’t wait for October 5 to fix your ratosaurus (see? It grows on you.), if you have Amazon Prime, you can snuggle up on the couch after dinner (highly encouraged) and enjoy cannibal troll. Watch a group of girls take a weekend vacation in the countryside and get hunted by a beastly – and very hungry – troll. You know you want the tagline. “Prepare to pay the ultimate toll.”the mutation, from director Scott Jeffrey, will be released on DVD and digitally on October 5.