GenreHorror Music directorMichael Price WriterMatthew McGuchan LanguageEnglish
Release dateOctober 9, 2003 (2003-10-09) CastKatharine Towne (Helen), Melanie Brown (Louise), Tom Hardy (Matt), Ross McCall (Gary) Similar moviesTom Hardy appears in Lethal Dose and Minotaur
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LD 50 Lethal Dose was a 2003 horror film directed by Simon De Selva, produced by Alistair MacLean-Clark and Basil Stephens and written by Matthew McGuchan. A group of animal rights activists set off to free an imprisoned colleague from a terrifying ordeal but their rescue mission turns into a series of twisted and mind bending incidents. Starring Tom Hardy, Katharine Towne and Melanie Brown.
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Animal activists break into an animal research facility, when Gary (McCall) gets caught in a bear trap. Unable to free Gary, the rest of the group flees, leaving Gary to take the blame. A year later, the group has since disbanded until an encrypted e-mail from Gary arrives asking for help. Danny (Bill), who has been visiting Gary in prison, tells the group that Gary has traded his body for experiments in exchange for a reduced sentence.
The group, still stricken by guilt one year later, eagerly reunites to rescue Gary. They also pick up two new recruits — a stoner and an ex-Marine. At the remote lab where Gary is being kept, the group discovers the place abandoned, and soon finds themselves locked in a subterranean level full of labyrinthine hallways and experiment chambers. They also discover that a powerful electrical force is stalking them, and it has full control of the complex. The force plays havoc with the would-be rescuers, turning their righteous cause into a death trap. They must work together to outsmart and defeat the unseen evil.
Katharine Towne as Helen
Melanie Brown as Louise
Tom Hardy as Matt
Ross McCall as Gary
Toby Fisher as Justin
Leo Bill as Danny
Philip Winchester as Vaughn
Stephen Lord as Spook
Filmed on location in London, England and Isle of Man. Filming started on 27 October 2002 and went until 31 January 2003.