The film follows a small group of students (played by physicists) after a disastrous malfunction in the world’s biggest particle accelerator. As they try desperately to escape from the underground maintenance tunnels, they are hunted by the remains of a maintenance team, who have become less than human.
Zombies from CERN?
Probably a good idea to mention the disclaimer up front: the film is neither endorsed nor authorized by CERN. So relax!
Here is a brief review.
Here is the trailer:
Ready for more? Here is the full film:
Question: Why aren't these folks working on their dissertations?
Actually, some of these students may have a bright future in film.
And for you conspiracy theorists, don't worry, this is just science fiction. Then again, 100 years ago, so was space travel.
"The experiments that we will do with the LHC [Large Hadron Collider] have been done billions of times by cosmic rays hitting the earth. ... They're being done continuously by cosmic rays hitting our astronomical bodies, like the moon, the sun, like Jupiter and so on and so forth. And the earth's still here, the sun's still here, the moon's still here. LHC collisions are not going to destroy the planet." - John Ellis