I remember watching an animated film on Netflix when I was a kid about a spaceship infested by a disease that turns people into zombies. It looked old and was removed from Netflix. It’s probably been around 11 years since I’ve last seen it. I keep on remembering it every now and then because of how it would scare me. It was definitely an adult rated film because of all the gore.

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Was it "Dead Space: Downfall" (2008) perhaps?

An alien artifact is discovered in a remote colonized planet. A powerful corporation sends a ship to investigate based on religious beliefs only to find out an outbreak of violent behaviour (I think they call it massacre several times).

The ship gets infected starting a race for survival with very graphic consequences.

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  • Hi, welcome to the site! Please can you edit your answer to add some explanation for how this film matches the OP's description? – Rand al'Thor May 31 '19 at 6:22
  • Sorry, not used to this site :) – user117292 May 31 '19 at 6:28
  • Also could have been Dead Space: Aftermath. +1 because this was what I thought immediately as well. – James Douglas May 31 '19 at 10:23

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