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Ticks (1994)




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Oversized mutant ticks start terrorizing a nearby campground and eating its campers.more
Rating: R
Genre: Science Fiction & Fantasy, Horror
Directed By:
Written By: Brent V. Friedman
In Theaters:
On DVD: May 25, 1994
Republic Pictures Home Video


Ami Dolenz
as Dee Dee Davenport
Rosalind Allen
as Holly Lambert
Seth Green
as Tyler Burns
Virginya Keehne
as Melissa Danson
Ray Oriel
as Rome Hernandez
Alfonso Ribeiro
as Darrel 'Panic' Lumle...
Peter Scolari
as Charles Danson
Dina Dayrit
as Kelly Mishimoto
Clint Howard
as Jarvis Tanner
Rance Howard
as Sheriff
J.D. Stone
as Young Tyler
Judy Jean Berns
as Dr. Kates
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Critic Reviews for Ticks

All Critics (6)

So inane that it's entertaining.

November 5, 2003
Mountain Xpress (Asheville, NC)

It's big stupid fun about gigantic ugly bugs.

September 27, 2002
Juicy Cerebellum

Well-presented low-budget B-movie silliness.

July 25, 2002

August 4, 2005

March 20, 2004
One Guy's Opinion

February 24, 2004
Quad City Times (Davenport, IA)

Audience Reviews for Ticks

its a good movie I like it and hay don't pay no mind to the critics see the movie your self critics are overrated

Richard Davis

★★ (out of four)

Here we have an extremely bad movie, made somewhat bearable because it is so bad. I get a certain amount of pleasure in watching low budget B movies, and if any movie ever qualified, it's this one.

A group of cliched and stereotypical kids head to the mountains to do some camping. We have the brain, the beauty, the brawn, the geek...etc. Once in the woods they find themselves being hunted by an infestation of man killing ticks! I guess they forgot their Raid.

The casting for this movie is pretty strange. First we have Ami Dolenz, daughter of Mickey Dolenz from The Monkees. Then we have Peter Scolari, who was the other half of "Bosom Buddies" with Tom hanks. Seth Green, who was the kid in Woody Allen's "Radio Days". Next is Ron Howard's brother Clint Howard and their father Rance. Then soap opera actor Ray Oriel. Finally, Alfonso Ribeiro from "Fresh Prince of Bel Air". How they all got here, I don't know.


Steve Smith

This was not as bad as I thought it would be. Still, the narm charm of the B-movie wasn't enough to make it good, just a guilty pleasure.


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