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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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During the scene where the two fishermen are attacked in their boat, Matt Hundley, the special effects man on the film, was chosen to be the anchor in the water, with weights tied to his feet, to hold the boat steady. Matt informed everyone that he couldn't swim but he was chosen to do it anyway. See more »
An oft-quoted rule of nature states that for an animal's increase in size, the weight increases by the cube of the increase while surface area only increases by the square. This means that neither the mosquitoes' legs nor their wings would be able to support them or let them fly. They would be helpless, trapped on the ground. 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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