If you're looking for a serious summary of this movie, click the back button and read it or check out another review. If someone asked me to review this movie, I'd ask them if they've heard of The Asylum. If they said yes, I'd say it's The Asylum's version of Resident Evil. If they said no, I would say one word: Sharknado.
I've seen a lot of Asylum movies; usually when I come home drunk late at night and the SyFy channel is playing them. They're usually so terrible that you have no choice but to laugh, but this? No. Joey Lawrence was the only "actor" whose name I recognized, and he's horrible, so I figured I'd be laughing the whole time. Once again, no. Not one laugh the entire movie. After watching this garbage, I came here and found out the blonde is some WWE wrestler and her dad is the guy who does Albert Wesker's voice in the Resident Evil games. I've been playing those games on and off since the first one, so the latter is really disappointing. They even named him Aiden Wexler which I never even noticed while watching the film. Once again, not funny. My last complaint would be the horrible military tactics of a "special forces" unit (flagging each other non-stop would be the biggest), but then again, this is an Asylum movie, so you can't expect much. I know they'd never spend money on a military adviser who was actually in a combat MOS.
TL;DR It's an Asylum movie, but it's WAY worse than usual.
Review by Mike Hunt from the Internet Movie Database.