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Derek Cho (Steven Yeun, “The Walking Dead”) is having a really bad day. After being unjustly fired from his job, he discovers that the law firm’s building is under quarantine for a mysterious and dangerous virus. Chaos erupts throughout the office as the victims of the disease begin acting out their wildest impulses. Joining forces with a former client (Samara Weaving, “Ash vs Evil Dead”) who has a grudge of her own, Derek savagely fights tooth and nail to get to the executives on the top floor and settle the score once and for all.
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If you like bloody zombie humor that is fast paced yet has a story worth telling, then this is the flick for you. This isn't just another dumb zombie movie. This is an exceptional, dumb zombie movie. O.k., I guess that people in the movie don't exactly become zombies, they just go temporarily insane and start killing each other until some sort of antidote starts circulating through their air conditioning system. Oddly the antidote takes exactly six hours, to the second, to begin working. It reminds me a bit of The Purge, only in this movie people are killing other people (mostly?) involuntarily.
The script, direction and acting is all first rate, unlike a lot of other campy horror movies you will see. This is definitely no "Sharknado", which itself gets an "A" for humor, but the plot to that movie is ridiculous, the acting is horrible, the production is cheap and there is really no character development or even a point to the story. On the other hand, Mayhem has some great acting, sympathetic characters and a decent message to it at the end. It's definitely no Citizen Kane, but for what it sets out to do, it absolutely succeeds.