The Slime And The Grime


Bio-Slime is an underground horror movie that I bought on DVD as a pre-order because I love stuff like this. The EFX are very good for such an unknown movie and that is evident. It starts with some strange slime in a low rent building full of lowlifes and escalates to full on panic as the slime infests people, turning them into "things". It's a simple idea executed very well. Ideas like this could be done much cheaper so you never know. This one deserves to be recognized as a gem in the rough because it is a cool, freaky creature feature.

What the slime is will scare you. It's sort of a biological agent, a weaponized biological slime. Why do people make things like that? I think the pursuit of weapons can go into pretty wild territory. And everything was planned, down to where they would weaponized it, in a derelict building for low rent tenants. You have to be in the know to know of movies like this but that's why I like it so much. I just sorta came across it one day by accident. John Lechago is the guy that made this movie and I give him credit where it's due. Not a lot of low budget movies have this good of EFX. I think it shows a lot of dedication to the craft. To make a movie like this any cheaper would be a rip-off. Fans know when they're ripped off too so it pays to care about what you do. As the slime infects people it can be seen visually moving through their veins before it transforms them into monsters. I especially like the topless woman cut in half/still alive monster with tentacles. This is a dream horror movie for fans of body horror and to be done any better would be insane. At this point you can guess whoever released this biological weapon doesn't care about what happens to these people. Will anyone survive? You'll have to watch to find out. The transformations are the best part to me. Let the slime flow!

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