Monsieur Cinema, a hundred years old, lives alone in a large villa. His memories fade away, so he engages a young woman to tell him stories about all the movies ever made. Also a line of ... See full summary »
Destructive parasitic aliens crash land on a small farm in Kansas and it is up to a young boy and his family's hired farmhand to help two intergalactic bounty hunters stop them from destroying the planet.
In what appears to be a cross between Critters and The Towering Inferno, the residents of a shoddy L.A. apartment block are chased up to the roof by hoards of the eponymous hairy horrors. Written by
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When Charlie relates his Critter history to Annie and Josh, he says it all started in 1984. Yet Mr. Menges' tabloid newspapers (and the release date of the first film) would indicate the first attack was in 1986. See more »
How are you?
I'm fine. So... uh... how about getting together sometime and doing something normal?
Normal like a movie?
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No critters were harmed in the making of this movie. See more »
David J Schow who wrote screenplays for A Nightmare on Elm Street Part 5: The Dream Child and Leatherface: The Texas Chainsaw Massacre III describes his style as 'splatterpunk'. It's a term he coined for himself. I describe him as the 'hack' who wrote Critters 3 and 4. A family traveling through the critters infested town of Grover's Bend are warned by a strange man (series staple Charlie played by Don Keith Opper) to clear out but not before crite eggs have attached themselves to the bottom of the car which is headed back to the city. Soon the tenement is swarming with the deadly Gremlin wannabes. Future star Leonardo DiCaprio made his film debut in this sub par horror adventure.
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