During the difficult birthing of a calf, Farmer Dan is forced to kill both parent and offspring much to his shocked dismay. An inspection of the bodies reveals anomalies present in their anatomy that presumably lent to the unfortunate incident. This becomes the least of Dan's worries however, as both humans and cattle swiftly become victims to a monstrous mutation faster than you can say "where's the beef?". Can this deadly abomination be contained and eradicated before it seeks hosts beyond its secluded origin? Watch the suspenseful barnstorm that follows for the answer.
Isolation offers a solid script, fine acting, admirable FX, an unusual setting, and some polished photography all cloaked by a wonderful score. I dare say we have here a nearly perfect creature feature. It keeps you engrossed until the end, no small feat considering we've all seen these types of fanciful forays before. Another fine example of how ol' Mama N. can be a real bitch when you step on her toes, or in this particular instance, hooves. Recommended by yours truly and The Food and Dairy Council.