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In the wee hours of October 2, 1968, eight strangers wait for the bus in order to go to the city, enclosed at a bus station in a remote place. Rain has caused the road closure and the bus doesn't seem to be close. Soon, the strangers become victims of a strange phenomenon, and they all start to physically look like one of them. Threatened by the paranoia and fear to lose their identity, the personalities of the eight strangers begin to clash, and everybody show the best and worst of themselves, while trying to find the responsible for this mysterious condition that is invading each one of them like a virus.
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Reminds me of a Twilight Zone episode from the one with Jon Lithgow, not that episode but another from same movie.
You will know it when you see it.
At first, after the big "reveal" which they ruined by mentioning it in the description, I honestly didn't know if I should laugh or be genuinely horrified.
What follows is a journey into a subdued surrealism and this movie will have it's fair share of haters as well as fans.
Either way in this day in age of low budget crapfests that consists of most horror movies filled to the brim with the same tired clichés, I found this to be different enough to be decently entertaining.
Only this time Rod Sterling (1924–1975) was replaced by Isaac Ezban in the Mexican knock-off where “On the rainy night of October 2, 1968, eight characters waiting on a remote bus station for a bus heading to Mexico City start experiencing a strange phenomenon.”
It has a lot harrier ending.