Movie Review: ‘The Evil Gene’

Review by Caitlin Zeigler

An FBI Agent, named Griff Krenshaw, was at the top of his game until his last case went downhill. His past made people think he couldn’t possibly be stable for so long. His next, and maybe last, case to prove he can handle his business might be the thing that pushes him over the edge.

This movie is like the ones you see on SYFY. There isn’t a big budget, but that doesn’t mean there isn’t a good story. You invest time in watching this movie and you’ll see the story wrap up nicely. It’ll explain everything that’s happening. The ending wraps up a little fast, but it wraps up letting you know everyone’s intentions.

Griff seems like he can handle his business. His possibly last case is to go to a prison, full of convicts who are all killers, to find out if the doctor who did research on them really committed suicide. While trying to find out all of the details to wrap this case up, Griff has to figure out if he’s having a psychotic break or dealing with something very sinister. Everything he will need to help him figure out what’s going on lies in the doctor’s notes, the research assistant, a priest and a gene called, HSS 282.

If you don’t have a problem with this movie not looking like a big Hollywood blockbuster, it’s not a horror movie that will make you jump, but it will make you question what is happening. You want to know if Griff wins, if he’ll be alright and if the people who seem trustworthy can really be trusted.

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