Wow. Where to begin. It's utterly terrible. And not even laughably so. The monster on the dvd cover? No where in the flick (much like the similarly mis-marketed and named "MUTANT", featuring the creature from FORBIDDEN WORLD on the poster/amray). Michael Ironside? Doesn't appear in most of the movie, except for a scene or 2 in the beginning and the poor climax. I'm utterly shocked they could even afford the ultra-violent-scifi vet on this budget that reminded me of UNSEEN EVIL's meager effort. I take that back, at least that franchise had a monster (even if it was CG and invisible). MUTANTS' plot was something about a missing brother, infected sugar, and rival security guard companies. It featured an occasional insane extra (with a small skin rash) and tons of talking. No suspense. No tension. I feel like I was watching the sequel to some other movie that introduced these characters or was watching a movie where the money ran out, preventing many more interesting scenes from being filmed, including ones with Mutants. The silly beastie on the cover and Michael Ironside's credit reeled me in. Don't let the same thing happen to you. Worse than any SyFy original or Asylum flick I've seen. The passion-project VAMPIRE ASSASSIN contains more merit. MUTANTS made me long for the craftsmanship of a Fred Olan Ray movie. PLAGUERS starring Steve Railsback is on deck next and it can only go uphill from here.
The person who wrote the copy on the back of the dvd didn't even watch the movie. Says "Only the head of security and his girlfriend can stop the plague..." It was the dude's daughter.