05th May2013

First look at gory enviromental horror ‘The Black Sea’

by Phil Wheat

Having helmed his second movie The Night of the Chupacabras in 2011, Brazilian director Rodrigo Aragão follows up his debut feature film, Mangue Negro (aka Mud Zombies) with another flick in the Negro series, The Black Sea (aka Mar Negro, which literally translates as Dark Sea) which sees an ocean-based contaminant, “a mysterious Black Spot” which turns fish and crustaceans into sea monsters and people into blood-dripping zombies…

A strange black spot approaches the coast, bringing death and destruction to a fishing village. In a desperate flight to escape the chaos, lonely Albino fights for the great love of his life at the risk of his own soul.



(Source: Undead Backbrain)

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