Seeds of Destruction (The Terror Beneath) Reviews

  • Apr 10, 2016

    A poorly disguised proselytizing biblical/christian propaganda vehicle where the disaster of the title is the result of man's pollution and mankind's not adhering strongly enough to the ways of the bible. Very poor.

    A poorly disguised proselytizing biblical/christian propaganda vehicle where the disaster of the title is the result of man's pollution and mankind's not adhering strongly enough to the ways of the bible. Very poor.

  • Jul 28, 2014

    Boring, slow and " unbelievable" in the worst sense of the word. An horrible Z movie .

    Boring, slow and " unbelievable" in the worst sense of the word. An horrible Z movie .

  • Jun 25, 2013

    Tuesday, June 25, 2013 (2011) Seeds Of Destruction SCIENCE-FICTION THRILLER Straight-to-rental low budget movie about extremely rare seeds being discovered during an archeology tour, and is being suspected that they're from the biblical times of the "Garden Of Eden". As a result of some confusion and misunderstanding regarding some gov't agents, some of the seeds ended up into the ground spouting out-of-control vines similar to what one can see from Jack And The Beanstalk creating havoc amongst the people living around the area. While watching this it's like watching a really bad Roger Cormon movie which in this case "budget" would make a heck of a lot of difference since the CGI looks so fake as well as the second rate acting saying it might've been decent had it been financed by a big time studio such as "Warner Brothers" because while it's something I've never seen before it's one of those movies that has to be remade again but with a bigger budget this time, because the experience overall still sucked upon watching this, and some of the thought out dialogue itself can only hold this film for so long. 2 out of 4 stars

    Tuesday, June 25, 2013 (2011) Seeds Of Destruction SCIENCE-FICTION THRILLER Straight-to-rental low budget movie about extremely rare seeds being discovered during an archeology tour, and is being suspected that they're from the biblical times of the "Garden Of Eden". As a result of some confusion and misunderstanding regarding some gov't agents, some of the seeds ended up into the ground spouting out-of-control vines similar to what one can see from Jack And The Beanstalk creating havoc amongst the people living around the area. While watching this it's like watching a really bad Roger Cormon movie which in this case "budget" would make a heck of a lot of difference since the CGI looks so fake as well as the second rate acting saying it might've been decent had it been financed by a big time studio such as "Warner Brothers" because while it's something I've never seen before it's one of those movies that has to be remade again but with a bigger budget this time, because the experience overall still sucked upon watching this, and some of the thought out dialogue itself can only hold this film for so long. 2 out of 4 stars