An alien starship dumps a space-trash in a swamp in a U.S. National Park. Some mosquitoes begin to feed from the alien's corpses, causing them to grow to the size of a vulture. These mutant... See full summary »
A DNA experiment on a rare breed of spider is taking place on a NASA space shuttle, when a freak meteor shower engulfs the shuttle, causing everything to go horribly wrong. One survivor is ... See full summary »
When a small research plain carrying a group of science students and their professor crash-lands in the middle of nowhere, the survivors go to a nearby farmhouse to look for help but soon find themselves besieged by giant mutant spiders.
An alien starship dumps a space-trash in a swamp in a U.S. National Park. Some mosquitoes begin to feed from the alien's corpses, causing them to grow to the size of a vulture. These mutant insects became very aggressive, killing every human being they find. Will the few survivors fight successfully against this nightmare...? Written by
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In the scene where the mosquitoes attack Mike Hard, a part was originally made where the bugs land on him at a far away angle. However, the puppet mosquitoes kept hitting him in the head by accident. After almost 10 takes, Mike Hard was developing a concussion, so the scene was scrapped. See more »
Mosquitos don't lay their eggs on dry surfaces as depicted in the movie. They lay their eggs in murky, watery places, such as swamps. See more »
Parks USAF Meteor Chaser:
Then we get rid of it. Whatever it takes.
Hendricks the Park Ranger:
I knew it! I knew you were gonna say that. I could have stayed in my little cubby hole under that boat, till the cops showed up. But noooooooo... you guys had to come along and find me. And NOW I'm on a mission to save the world from giant mosquitos! Man, the late show doesn't get any better than this.
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In the end credits, it has "The Grey Beast" provided by Oberon Films and underneath, it has Grey Beast Whereabouts as Unknown. See more »
Come on, it's a B-movie, it's supposed to be fun. And it was fun. It's obviously very low-budget, but the acting and dialogue were at the point where you could honestly laugh with the movie and at the movie so much that eventually you couldn't tell the difference. In his scathing review, the anonymous watcher said that the man survived the explosion by hiding in a bathtub. It was a refrigerator, man. If not much more believable, at least it's ingenius. I may be a little biased because one of the actors and writers is a friend of mine, but I was enjoying the movie before I even realized he was involved with it. I wouldn't recommend buying it or anything, but if you notice it on the sci-fi channel, it's not a bad way to spend two hours on a rainy afternoon.
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