If 479 cancer causing things and Soma pills for the kids on Halloween isn’t enough, then surely a cryostatic, Masque of the Red Death-esque threat is cause enough to cash in and disappear deep within a forest or to some remote island.
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Thirty thousand years ago, a woolly mammoth in Siberia shed a giant virus. It soon became encased in ice and, for tens of thousands of years, the virus slept.
As global temperatures warm and the permafrost begins to melt, the virus stirs. It is sucked into the nostril of a researcher where it injects its DNA into a cell. The DNA commandeers the cell’s proteins and generates new viruses, turning the researcher into a walking pathogen factory. As she interacts with people, the virus swarms around the world, infecting millions and causing devastation on a massive scale.