The Nest Reviews
Ahora, eso sí. Siendo una creature feature de las que a mí me gusta, al menos podría esperar algunos momentos interesante de muertes y unos efectos practicos cuidados, y en general la película cumple con creces en este aspecto...especialmente en las últimas escenas. En realidad la mayoría de muertes son fuera de cámara, pero la cuando el climax se va acercando, el gore suba un par de decimas...y eso siempre es de agradecer.
Una pequeña película de culto que es interesante de ver.
The film is pretty nasty and follows in the same vein as other crazy films like The Blob and The Fly. There's only a handful creature feature slasher from the '80s. MGM saw a resurgence of newer generation kids finding their old films popular and as a result, the genre was brought forward to the modern day (well, the '80s at the time...). Some of them contain the charm and characteristics of the originals, others don't so much.
This film was pretty good, but the plot was kind of boring and I wasn't a fan of the pacing.
the practical effects are disgusting even if you don't see a lot of the bugs
there are 2 cruel scenes in here that will get to you, certainly did me
not all the characters are memorable but the two romantic leads and the scientist make things pretty neat
a desire to make this town a boom in economy and recognition by scientific breakthrough pays a terrible price
a good timewaster of a flick
Worth a rental for some fun cheese.
in a small island off the coast of cali or new england who knows, a company was experimenting on genetics to control a species of cockroaches that would eat each other and not have to use pesticides to kill them. but of course, like every experimentation movie of the 80s shit hits the fan and the roaches start attacking humans. over the course of eating humans they have turned them into roach-human hybrids sorta like the monster from "the thing"
if you loved the cheesy 80's effects and gore youll love this.