Neil Marshall's claustrophobic horror flick The Descent, about a group of hot chick spelunkers hunted by bloodthirsty cave-dwelling monsters, turned out to be the best-reviewed genre movie of 2006. Among other accolades, the UK-based writer/director drew acclaim for bucking a recent trend in genre films by making a horror flick that was actually scary. Imagine that.
Marshall's highly anticipated follow-up, Doomsday, about a group of hot chicks battling a killer virus, is currently in production, with a release date set for sometime next year.
Rogue Pictures recently unveiled an image from Doomsday, featuring a pair of scantily-clad women doing battle in some sort of hellish, virus-ravaged urban landscape. If this image is any indication of what we have to look forward to in the event of an actual killer virus epidemic, I say bring on Ebola!
Click here for the full-sized pic. Posted 07.11.07 by reelz