June 03, 2009 13:36 ET

FEARnet Presents the Ultimate Viral Movie Salute to Horror With Free "Infectious Films"

Resident Evil: Apocalypse, Night of the Creeps, C.H.U.D. II, Infection, Days of Darkness, Dance of the Dead -- All Full Length and Free at Pass It On

LOS ANGELES, CA--(Marketwire - June 3, 2009) -, the web's #1 entertainment site dedicated to horror, suspense and thrillers, presents the ultimate antidote to the media's overdose of swine flu coverage when the site hosts its latest festival of fright, this time dedicated to those viruses that creep in wreak havoc. Beginning TODAY, hosts "Infectious Films," the web's most contagious homage to those creepy movie viruses that have kept fans on the edges of their seats for generations. Here's a sneak preview of the films you can watch at, and don't forget -- just like the bubonic plague -- these are absolutely FREE!

Resident Evil: Apocalypse (Web Premiere!)

In the original "Resident Evil," Alice narrowly escaped the underground Hive. In "Resident Evil: Apocalypse," however, she and her fellow survivors must take down an army of the infected, armed only with absurdly large automatic weapons! Sounds like another job for sexy Milla Jovovich.

Night of the Creeps

"Night of the Creeps" begins in 1959, as an alien experiment crashes to earth and infects a fraternity member... as these things often do. Naturally, the people in charge freeze the body. When we fast-forward to the present, two geeks pledging a fraternity accidentally thaw the corpse, which proceeds to infect the campus with parasites that transform their hosts into killer zombies. Oops. By the way, "Night of the Creeps" is not available on DVD or Blu-ray, so this may be your only chance, fans.

Infection (aka Kansen)

In "Infection," a deadly virus that causes the muscles and internal organs to liquefy wreaks havoc on the night crew of a dark, isolated hospital. You can check in, but... well, you get the picture.


"C.H.U.D. II" begins with a military experiment to create a race of super-warriors which goes awry, leading to legions of murderous zombies which are unleashed upon a suburban neighborhood. Don't you just hate when that happens?

Days of Darkness

"Days of Darkness" opens with this warning: An enormous comet is headed straight for Earth. But the impact probably won't kill you. However, the dust it kicks up will transform everyone within hundreds of miles into mutant, flesh-eating zombies. Now, that could be a health problem.

Dance of the Dead

The high school prom is coming up. All the cool kids are going to be there. Plus, some surprise guests: An army of zombies who think the kids are hors d'oeuvres. The only people who can stop the carnage: those losers who couldn't get a date to the dance. Can you say "Chess Club to the rescue!"

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