A nerdy high school super whiz experiments with a chemical which will transform his guinea pig "Mr. Mumps" from a gentle pet into a ravenous monster. In a fit of rage against his tormentors... See full summary »
Seven teens head up to a cabin on the lake for spring break. Mike has studied all horror films on video, and recognizes the signs of foreshadowing of doom. The others dismiss his concerns as the workings of a person that watches too many videos, but there really is something out there, and the teens begin experiencing an attrition problem when they start stumbling into all the cliches found in a typical teen horror film. Written by
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Rolfe Kanefsky wanted to do a sequel called "There's Still Nothing Out There." Later he scrapped that idea for a film set in the same universe entitled, "This Isn't Funny Anymore." See more »
At around the 38 minute mark, when the camera is panning into the living room to a couple making out, the crew are reflected in the patio pane door. See more »
This feels like mud.
It is mud. Dirt and water make mud. You learn something new every day.
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"None of the animals in this film were killed or damaged in any way. Peter the cat is living happily in the Kims' home and the rat is living with Bonnie Bowers. For further information about the well-being of these animals, you can call up and ask." See more »
This is a great low budget flick, has an atractive cast, lots of male and female nudity, decent special effects, funny one-liners, stereotypical characters that are fun to watch: the tough guy, the dumb blond, the foreign chick, the guy who's seen every horror movie out there, the nerd, the guy that worries too much and the not-so bright heroine. This flick is about 7 college students who go to a house in the middle of the woods where they are attacked by a funny looking creature.
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