A baby alligator is flushed down a Chicago toilet and survives by eating discarded lab rats, injected with growth hormones. The small animal grows gigantic, escapes the city sewers, and goes on a rampage.
Michael V. Gazzo
Several people disappear from and at the sea. Their bodies are found gnawed to the skeleton, even the marrow is missing. The scientists have no idea which animal could do such things. Dr. ... See full summary »
Killer bees from South America have been breeding with the gentler bees of more northern climes, slowly extending their territory northward decade after decade. Entomologist Brad Crane has discovered that something is making them come together in huge, killer swarms. He wants to keep the General Slater from using military tactics from further upsetting the balance of nature as they join to try to stop the swarms from approaching Houston. Written by
The bees were housed in various countryside enclosures and were moved every night so as to give them new foliage as well as to prevent "bee rustling" (the theft of bees). See more »
When the stuntman crashes through the window of the base in Houston to fall to his 30-story death, hanging plants can be seen on the outside, revealing he is simply crashing from one room to another. See more »
I remember I saw this movie on video back in the early 80's when I was about 12 years old. At that time I meant it was exciting as hell, but when I saw it 12-14 years later it was definitive not so nerve-thrilling. Actors and plot is good, but the movie last to long before anything happens. The effects are OK and the locations are good, but I don't know if I will recommend the movie to all on that basis. ****** (6 out of 10)
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