Septic Man 2014 R CC

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A sewage worker undergoes a hideous transformation after getting trapped inside a septic tank during a crisis. The latest award-winner from the creators of MONSTER BRAWL and PONTYPOOL.

Starring:
Jason David Brown, Molly Dunsworth
Runtime:
1 hour, 27 minutes

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Genres Horror
Director Jesse Thomas Cook
Starring Jason David Brown, Molly Dunsworth
Supporting actors Julian Richings, Robert Maillet, Tim Burd, Stephen McHattie, Nicole G. Leier, Charlie Baker, Tony Burgess, Kirill Belousov
Studio Starz Digital Media
MPAA rating R (Restricted)
Captions and subtitles English Details
Rental rights 48 hour viewing period. Details
Purchase rights Stream instantly and download to 2 locations Details
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Customer Reviews

Don't waist your time.
Lorin Stoll
It was far beyond ridiculous and I enjoy that type of movie .
J Hilton
Dialogue was a bunch of yelling.
brian cope

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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Dayna Newman/Slasher Diva on August 17, 2014
Format: DVD
I expected so much from this movie but it just didn't do it for me.What I saw was a boring story that takes place almost entirely in a sewer.

The beginning was promising as it was a gross out bathroom scene with a woman dying in a filthy bathroom spewing Evey body fluid possible .What has happened is the main water supply has been cantamiated by the sewer making everyone deathly sick.

Enter Jack/Septic Man who volunteers to go down in the sewer to try and fix the problem.What then happens is he slowly transforms into a hideous creature very reminesant of the toxic avenger and just as cheesy.

The rest of the film centers on Jack trapped in the sewer transforming and being terrorized by Two insane characters, Giant and Lord Auch. Giant is controlled by Lord Auch ,Auch being a creepy rat looking man that's insane.

If your a fan of cheesy Troma type films you will probably like it but if you want serious horror this isn't for you.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Edumacated Consumer on August 26, 2014
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There is something about a movie like this that makes one pause; is it the movie or is it ...me? So IF I don't like the movie somewhere there is a notion floating around that it could have been done better. If that notion is followed then there's the idea that perhaps I have better ideas for this movie! If that idea is followed then there is an inkling that I would perhaps have an inkling that I would have the imagination to even conceive of a movie like this. And if I can conceive of a movie like this........ well let's just say that's where the true horror begins! Next to the other frightening notion, of course, which is actually "liking" this flick!

So I don't know how to really "rate" this film but here goes:
Well Jack's transformation may be the one thing to apply some reasoning skills to if nothing else. (BTW: SPOILER ALERT(S)!!!!)
His wife was still pregnant by the end of the movie so in 9 months or less he went from nice normal Jack to the abominable boil man?
It just seems in one scene he was merely doused in crude oil skip one scene and back he is now basically a blistery-bubbled faced monster! Just a little sudden even if it would happen in 9 months or less the editing made it appear to be virtually overnight!

From there? again, hey I'm the one who read the description AND WATCHED the preview out of how many other movies and previews
And from somewhere in the septic tank of my very soul made the coherent sober decision that I need to see.... more of this movie.....?

And now it is forever embedded in my subconscious!?.... start to finish minus the super-duper-dilly gross parts that I could almost make out between my fingers while putting my hands in front off my eyes THANK YOU LORD!
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Some spoilers do follow.
The fact that this was created by the team that made Pontypool meant that I came in with very high expectations, and they were mostly met. Unlike Ponty Pool, a movie dense with dialogue, this is a film that is much more driven by powerful images and an almost mythic story with long spans of silence. It takes the same basic concept behind Toxic Avenger, of a man who gains superhuman abilities after an exposure to hazardous waste, but there is already something of the hero in Jason David Brown's Jack—he's a humble man, but apparently something of a wizard when it comes to sewage systems, and he's already single handedly bailed his unnamed Canadian city out of a jam once before. This time he is contacted by a mysterious government agent named Phil Prosser (a very fitting reference to Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy, played here chillingly by Julian Richings) who offers Jack a LOT of money to defy a quarantine order and go down to find out what's really wrong with the sewer. Jack immediately thinks about what the money can do for his wife, Shelley (Molly Dunsworth doing some excellent work here) and the child she is expecting, and agrees to go down.
What Jack finds is that the system is being clogged by corpses, deposited there by a giant (Robert Maillet looking eerily like Andre the Giant) who kills at the whims of a sociopathic troglodyte named Lord Auch (Time Burd). There's something quite Lynchian in these two villainous characters. Up until their appearance, this seemed to be a story about man vs a society represented by a corrupt city government, but now it seems to be man vs some sort of pure evil located deep inside the self.
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The movie is filmed in Canada with a cast of only 9.
Everyone involved with the making of this film did a fantastic job making this movie make you feel totally disgusted,...i almost vomited twice ! The plot is simple,.Jack, the septic man is hired by a secrete society to find out whats causing the local water supply from being poisoned.
Then Jack finds himself trapped in a sewer in a duel with a vampire and morphing into the Toxic Avenger !
IT'S THE VISUALS THAT GET TO YOU IN THIS MOVIE !
CABIN FEVER HAS NOTHING ON SEPTIC MAN FOR JUST BEING SICK SILLY WITH THE NASTY !
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