Mulberry Street
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Fresh off the success of his award-winning senior thesis film, The Underdogs, Tisch School of the Arts graduate Jim Mickle returns with this tale of a mysterious virus that causes mass chaos as it sweeps through a terrified Manhattan neighborhood. It's another sweltering summer day in downtown New York City, and as the residents of 51 Mulberry Street lament their crumbling building, higher rent prices, the rising cost of gas, and the ongoing war in Iraq, the heat continues to climb as tempers begin to flare. The city is changing, but it's an unseen transformation that won't be… More
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Rotten Tomatoes Score: 70%

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"...starts out like the sort of indie art-house fare you'd expect an up-and-coming film student to make...but soon a mutant strain of bubonic plague spread by rats starts turning all the inhabitants of New York into rat-faced zombies."
‑ Luke Y. Thompson, L.A. Weekly
"With hyper-active editing and camerawork that doesn't stay still for longer than a second at a time, Mulberry Street is too frenetic to always be comprehensible."
‑ Dustin Putman, DustinPutman.com
"See, instead of existing in a vacuum like most horror flicks where nothing of real worth can ever seep in, Mulberry Street insists on embracing all those little lifelike details."
‑ Scott Collura, IGN Movies
"The dingy lighting and shaky camera work, combined with a solid script and convincing performances, create an almost documentary feel that lures the audience into the dark situation."
‑ Steve Biodrowski, ESplatter
"New York's Little Italy is going to the dogs, check that, to the rats, and not just the rats in the local fast food joint. A zombie rat movie of the first order."
‑ Ron Wilkinson, Monsters and Critics
"This is indie horror done right..."
‑ Felix Vasquez Jr., Cinema Crazed
"So, what we have here is, essentailly, so low budget, so samey, but... it also has a touch of class in terms of characterisation."
‑ Amber Wilkinson, Eye for Film
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