Synopsis by Jason Buchanan
Human cloning yields horrific results in director Georg Koszulinski's semi-experimental apocalyptic horror chiller Blood of the Beast. After a third of the Earth's population is decimated in the chemical warfare of World War III and 98 percent of the male population is rendered sterile, cloning becomes an essential component in the survival of the human race. Though the experiment at first seems a success, it's only a matter of time before the clones transform into violent, raging beasts bent on destruction. As three groups of survivors take to the wilderness to escape both the fascist government and the ever-present bloodthirsty clones, the survival of the human race may depend on their determination to escape and survive on their own terms.
beast, clone, human, population, survivor, wilderness