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    Sight & Sound: James Blackford
    July 31, 2015 | September 2015 Issue (p. 96)

    Cozzi's film is an impoverished production, lacking the flair found in the finest Italian horror. It is also wilfully unoriginal: a hotchpotch of ideas stolen from more luxurious forebears, with a cliché-ridden script and brain-dead performances. Yet, brazen in its ineptitude, Contamination somehow rises above its limitations by being outrageously tasteless, fast-moving and fun.