The plot is summarized as
The film follows a small group of students (played by physicists) after a disastrous malfunction in the world’s biggest particle accelerator. As they try desperately to escape from the underground maintenance tunnels, they are hunted by the remains of a maintenance team, who have become less than human.
It’s quite professionally done, on a remarkably low budget of about $3000, and of course the science is way, way better than usual for a Hollywood film. Highly recommended. Note that
This film has not been authorized or endorsed by CERN
For something more reality-based, try the latest episode of Colliding Particles, entitled “Blogs”, which features Philip Gibbs and his role in blogging the Higgs and putting together unofficial combinations of results. Not Even Wrong puts in a cameo appearance in the background…