Action / Comedy / Horror / Thriller

Rotten Tomatoes Critics - Certified Fresh 84%
Rotten Tomatoes Audience - Upright 66%
IMDb Rating 6.4 10 19861


Uploaded By: FREEMAN
December 21, 2017 at 09:10 PM



Samara Weaving as Melanie Cross
Joe Lynch as Ray the IT Guy
Caroline Chikezie as The Siren
Adam Green as Infected Office Worker
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643.35 MB
English 2.0
23.976 fps
1 hr 26 min
P/S 1 / 18
1.33 GB
English 2.0
23.976 fps
1 hr 26 min
P/S 3 / 13

Movie Reviews

Reviewed by SnoopyStyle 6 / 10

surprising fun

Despite his better hopes, Derek Cho (Steven Yeun) has climbed the corporate ladder to be a soulless lawyer. Ewan Niles (Mark Frost) is his hippie mentor. Melanie Cross (Samara Weaving) pretends to be a lawyer to buy time from her bank foreclosure. Derek kicks her out. He gets framed by The Siren (Caroline Chikezie) and The Boss (Steven Brand) tells him to throw himself on top of the figurative grenade. The Nine board led by Irene Smythe (Kerry Fox) accepts The Boss' findings. The Reaper (Dallas Roberts) from HR executes the firing. Before Derek gets thrown out, SWAT arrives to quarantine the building. The office has been contaminated with a virus which unleashes the person's darkest impulses. It becomes non-stop mayhem. The Bull (André Eriksen) is muscle for The Boss.

Steven Yeun's leading man charisma is still in doubt but he makes for a fine worker drone. This is surprisingly fun despite its inherent camp. The premise is simple B-movie and it fits the style. There are some knowing jokes and some of them do actually work. It's both a fun satire of the modern workplace and a Die-Hard, The-Raid thriller. The lack of romantic chemistry between Derek and Melanie does hold this back some. They are awkwardly platonic together and any hookup is weird. Maybe it's the virus. Overall, there is some fun to be had.

Reviewed by nogodnomasters 6 / 10

No one raindrop thinks they cause a flood.

There exists an ID-7 virus which blurs emotional response and rational response. The virus is not called "Impulse" because the script writer didn't want his younger audience to know it's been done. Derek Cho (Steven Yeun) works for a large corporation and has been recently set up as a far guy by his bosses. This happens at the same time the building gets hit with the virus and a disgruntle home owner (Samara Weaving) comes to visit.

The film evolves as expected with people turning on one another, most of which what was going on was undeveloped mayhem. Cho, who is infected, acts for on reason, knowing he will get away with it. Samara was good, but was no Harley Quinn.

Guide: F-word, sex, nudity.

Reviewed by kosmasp 7 / 10

Mayhem ... in tha house

Well not house in the traditional sense, more like building. Especially because it is a firm and all. But let's not deviate from the movie. This is a lot of fun and it actually nailed what it set out to do. There was a similar concept in 2017 where the script was written by James Gunn (famous now for his Guardians of the Galaxy movies), but if I had to pick a winner, I'd say it is this one.

It is more rock and roll, it does not seem to take prisoners and moves more swiftly and with higher accuracy to the point. Some of the actors may be recognizable from their work on TV but I think you won't have a problem seeing them in something different here. Mayhem is also a very fitting title since that is what is going to happen during the course of the movie ... sit back, relax and enjoy

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