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Virus :32

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Argentina, Uruguay · 2022
1h 30m
Director Gustavo Hernández
Starring Daniel Hendler, Paula Silva, Franco Rilla
Genre Horror

In Montevideo, a deadly virus is unleashed that causes those infected to transform into bloodthirsty zombies. Iris and her daughter must avoid the chilling massacre running through the streets, with the knowledge that after each attack, the infected seem to take 32 seconds to regain their strength before continuing their hunt for victims.

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Slashfilm by

The routine genre elements are forgivable blips on a technically gripping journey through one woman's fight for survival in a world whose perils, like ours, are increasingly impossible to maneuver.


The Film Stage by Jared Mobarak

The only certainty is a parent’s love for their child and those excruciatingly tense 32 seconds post-kill. Add a memorable atmosphere of hazy dread augmented by a couple long-takes and the journey proves itself worthy.


Paste Magazine by Matt Donato

Virus: 32 is another entry into an overdone niche that gets the job done through competent storytelling with an emphasis on trauma, monster terrors and hasty pacing that sprints ahead with berserker fierceness. It’s too familiar to be outstanding, but fulfilling enough as a reliable treat.


Movie Nation by Roger Moore

It’s not all that original and not actually on a par with the benchmark films of this corner of horror, “Night of the Living Dead,” “28 Days Later,” “World War Z” and “Zombieland.” But Hernández shows a flair for thrillers and an eye for showy visual storytelling that, with his third film (after “La casa muda” and “You Shall Not Sleep”) establishes him as a horror director to watch.

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