Bugs (2003)

Bugs (2003)

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Perhaps inspired by the finale of the 1954 horror film Them!, the made-for-cable chiller Bugs explores the consequences stemming from a swarm of giant insects gathering in a major metropolitan subway systems. These bugs not only eat human beings, but tear their bodies apart and leave the fragments scattered to and fro. It is up to entomologist Emily Foster (Angie Everhart) and civil engineer Matt Pollock (Antonio Sabato, Jr.) to save humanity from the oversized scourges. Bugs made its Sci-Fi Channel debut September 4, 2003.
Rating:
NR
Genre:
Horror , Science Fiction & Fantasy
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Studio:
Playa Inc.

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Cast

Antonio Sabato Jr.
as Matt Pollack
Angie Everhart
as Emily Foster
Dean Copkov
as Cohen
Tig Fong
as Howsan
Duane Murray
as Benton
Steve Lucescu
as Porter
Tim Post
as Jack Ball
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Audience Reviews for Bugs

Packed with high-tech weapons and expert training of arms, yet the bugs can still over power the humans. Bugs is a cliched science fiction horror film that relied on gore to entertain the audience, considering it's a low budget made for TV movie, it's actually decent.

Sylvester Kuo
Sylvester Kuo

Super Reviewer

½

The biggest factor for the film is it's incredible action sequences. This one is pretty much filled with plenty of scenes that are flat-out exciting. But, one of the biggest problems is that there's way too much clichéd stuff in the film. While featuring nearly every clichéd trick in the book, this is still a pretty good creature feature.

Steven Vincent Gee
Steven Vincent Gee

Super Reviewer

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