Mosquito (1994)

Mosquito (1994)






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A group of unsuspecting campers are faced with a threat from which no amount of bug spray can protect them in this sci-fi/horror thriller. An alien spacecraft crash-lands in a state park near a lake, and several hungry mosquitoes feed on the blood of the deceased spacemen. They soon mutate to many times their normal size, and Megan (Rachel Loiselle), a biology student, and her boyfriend Ray (Tim Lovelace), are startled when a bug crashes into their windshield -- a mosquito the size of a bald … More

Rating: R
Genre: Science Fiction & Fantasy, Horror
Directed By:
Written By: Steven Hodge, Tom Chaney, Gary Jones
In Theaters:
On DVD: May 20, 1995
ACME Films, Ltd.

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All Critics (4)

It delivers giant mosquitoes sucking on humans regardless of its limitations, and amounts to a very memorable guilty pleasure.

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Audience Reviews for Mosquito

A film for true lovers of cheap and degrading entertainment. Only in the dark depths of cheese can you find a film where mosquitoes suck the blood of an alien that has crashed only to grow giant. Starts off as a kind of slasher, before speeding into a chase and ending Night of the Living Dead style. Gunnar Hansen does well, even if his presence is just to build up to him holding a chainsaw. The effects are charmingly old school, looking stop motion, the blood drain sequence is one of the best reminding me of Raiders of the Lost Arc. The eyes pop out before exploding in a very cartoonish way. The acting is fairly bland and the cheapness does get tiresome towards the end but it's all worth it. Dodgy lines, dodgy effects, dodgy everything. Impressed it sells on eBay for over $100 on DVD.

Luke Baldock

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I remember this as a staple of USA Up All Night. Such a bad movie, but it is fun to watch at the same time. The acting is horrendous. So, so bad. The effects range from impressive to embarrassing. The plot is your typical killer insects movie. Some people get chased around by giant mosquitoes, only to end up fighting them off in a house in the woods like a cheap Night of the Living Dead knockoff. There are tons of references to older horror movies, and this was clearly a movie made with love for the genre, but this particular movie doesn't have too much to offer other than laughs at how horrible it is.

Kinda gory, but this movie will get under your skin. Only see it if you're into insects that thirst for human blood.

David C

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