If you need something to feed your bottom, keep this flick in mind. A scientist is double-crossed and injected with his own serum, which makes one insatiably hungry. He's then pumped with glowing blue glop extracted from rats, metaprotein. As a result, he turns into a rat-man with a terminal case of the munchies and a rubber face largely incapable of movement. Enter a bloated and lethargic Tom Sizemore (who is beginning to look a lot like William Bendix) as the head of a maintenance team with a dream; they're going to hock the equipment they figure is locked away in the abandoned scientific facility. But there are nefarious agents who also want in, because they want that rat-man. Explosions, heads being ripped off, and corny dialogue aplenty ensue, and, of course there's an utterly stupid "twist ending.'
Verging well into so-bad-it's-entertaining territory, "Bottom Feeder" is uniquely positioned to capture the valuable "stoned people with pet rodents" demographic. There ought to be a sequel to this one, "Bottom Fatter," about a scientist turned into an overweight vole who accidentally kills people while exercising. Or not.