One of the "8 Films to Die For," Unrest
tells the story of four medical students are pushed into working with human remains, while keeping emotionally stable. One of the students starts seeing images from one of the dead bodies. While struggling to keep science more important than sanity, mistakes are made, and the students start dying.
I wasn't expecting much from this independent horror flick, but it was a pleasant little experience that rejuvenated my hopes in the future of the genre. It's filled with gross gore and spooky hospital heebie-jeebies.
If you're in for a low budget, low scare factor experience then check out Unrest
or any of the other "8 Films to Die For." They're good for a laugh and they remind you of the essence, the roots even of horror - cheap thrills, gross laughs and unwarranted scenes of female nudity.