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½ May 3, 2009
Interesting story, badly executed.
½ February 11, 2009
Just another one lame TV-film piece.
December 11, 2008
If anything, it was nice to see Nicholas Lea again. (Yes, even though this movie was made in the early 00s ... I just found out about it / watched it tonight.) But, I can't believe Stephen J. Cannell was in it ... and I don't even know why that surprises me. It just does. *shrugs*
September 3, 2008
not bad a little slow
August 25, 2008
Had a really good idea but awful acting and a cange in the plot line didnt help this movie
August 5, 2008
Pretty standard shoot-em-up sci-fi flick. Not the greatest movie on earth, but certainly not thw worst
July 7, 2008
One really stupid direct to video (or even worse, direct to the Sci-Fi channel) movie that includes swarms of deadly insects and people turning into aliens. Pretty crappy effects, just like what you would expect.
½ March 31, 2008
This movie was alright, it was kind of predictable..but still pretty good.
October 4, 2007
If you can accept the very odd premise, this is a pretty well-done and entertaining horror/sci-fi effort. After being struck in the arm by meteor particles, an astronaut is brought back home to a hospital, where he comes down with a fever, blurred vision and an infected hand. He dies, his finger tips split open and a swarm of moths (!) escape out the window. At a 4th of July barbecue, suburban father Frank (who has a beer-swilling, unfaithful wife, bitchy redneck sister-in-law and two kids) is attacked and eventually turned into an emotionless killer complete with long, clawed appendages that come out of his sides to grab people. He injects digestive fluids into victims and then sucks out their liquefied internal organs (mmm!) with a hollow tube that comes out of his mouth. He is also overseeing an ever-growing army of similar alien-possessed who are hiding out in a basement waiting to strike. Police are baffled finding dozens of dead bodies with broken necks, dislocated jaws and sunken in chests, but NASA chief medical examiner Jerome "Geronimo" Throrn (Nicholas Lea), tough entomologist Savannah Bailey (Jamie Luner) and others uncover a string of clues (starting with insect-like alien DNA taken from the astronaut) that they need to piece together to save the entire country. See, word has spread to other countries, who have threatened to blow the U.S. off the map with nuclear weapons if the menace isn't quickly contained! Bizarre story, some surprise plot twists, entertaining characters and good chemistry (and performances) by the two leads make it enjoyable.
½ August 4, 2007
Pretty standard fare. Not bad, but not particularly inspired either.
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