Freshmen friends of the Tate University go to an underground party in the woods nearby the local cemetery. After a death, two of the students are arrested until a professor suggests that bats might be the real culprit.
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Set in present day Afghanistan, the sequel centers on a group of soldiers who endeavor to capture Fazul, a fanatical terrorist who has escaped into the maze of caves underlying the ... See full summary »
After David Typhon, a brilliant scientist is killed, a group of parties go to his secret lab located in New Zealand, trying to find out the hidden truth some rumored experiments he did on human beings.
The footage of the doomed airplane's second engine blowing out is a mirror image of the footage for the first engine. See more »
The "Welcome to Indiana" signs shown are not located in either Floyd or Clark counties in southern Indiana, where the swarm is reportedly entering. The real welcome signs in these two counties are located at the end of the three bridges spanning the Ohio River between southern Indiana and Louisville, Kentucky. See more »
Oh, please. They're grasshoppers, not tarantulas.
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I only watched this because I was curious to see Lucy Lawless do something besides Xena. I always thought she was a good actress, but it's hard to tell when none of the lines are worth speaking.
I did not watch this for very long. It just had that, cheap, inept movie quality to it. The dialog was bad. It had these painful soap opera scenes between Lawless and her husband, or boyfriend, or whatever he was. I would get a bit nervous when I knew the bugs were about to attack, because it just seems icky, but the bug scenes I saw were notable for how completely unscary they were.
I might have watched a bit more of this if I were a bigger fan of creepy crawlies. I'm not big on bugs, and while I'll watch a decent bug movie like Arachnophia I will not suffer through a bad bug movie.
It's really very sad. Lawless was the star of a hit show and Heard has been in tons of major movies and here they are in a movie apparently made by a high school student of below-average intelligence. What a shame.
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