A brilliant but disturbed scientist freezes his children alive, while he races to cure their deadly genetic disease by decoding the DNA of the immortal Turritopsis jellyfish.
User Reviews: Chimera Strain held my attention, which is a commendable task for indie films. I am unsure if this was low budget because the set design and cinematography seemed pretty good (read: expensive). The story concerns a scientist who freezes his two young children in order to find a cure for a disease that affects them. Then he goes about trying to find a cure which makes up the gist of the film. The acting is good, not great but serviceable. Pacing and direction are effective and as already mentioned the visuals are actually rather good. If you happen to be a fan of sci-fi films, you could do a lot worse than Chimera Strain.