Deep in the ice of the Antarctic, a team of geologists uncover an old Nazi laboratory, still intact, where dark experiments
had occurred. Unwittingly the geologists unleash upon the world a top-secret experiment the Germans had been working
on – modified sharks that are able to fly, whose riders are genetically mutated, undead super-humans. The only thing that
can stop them, and possibly save the world, is a military task force called “Dead Flesh Four” – assembled from reanimated
U.S. soldiers who fell in Vietnam.
Directed by Paul Hyett (who cut his teeth doing effects work on films like of Neil Marshall's The Descent and Doomsday before making his directorial debut with 2012 revenge horror The Seasoning House) the film stars Ed Speleers as a ticket inspector dealing with some unusually hirsute fare-dodgers and co-stars Sean Pertwee and Shauna Macdonald. As his make-up effects background might imply, Hyett is eschewing CGI beasts and taking a more American Werewolf-inspired practical approach to lycanthropy in the film, which will arrive to terrorise the British public transportation system later this year