A rocket containing bio-hazardous material to be disposed of by launching into space crashes in a remote wooded area. An army team is sent to recover it. One of the men is infected and ... See full summary »
A rocket containing bio-hazardous material to be disposed of by launching into space crashes in a remote wooded area. An army team is sent to recover it. One of the men is infected and mutates into a monster, killing most of the rest of the team. One man escapes with the help of a brother & sister who live in the woods. He then tries to stop his former buddy, while also fighting against another army team sent in to destroy everything. The bio-material was supposed to create a super-soldier, was banned, and the crash of the rocket appears to have been deliberate so the experiment could proceed. But who is behind it all? And will others be infected? Written by
Mike A. "Pops" Murphy <firstname.lastname@example.org>
David A. Prior originally wanted Arnold Schwarzenegger as Lt. Hollinger, Jean-Claude Van Damme as Trotter, Michael Ironside as Frost, Dee Wallace Stone as Carol-Anne, and Bill Duke as McCall. However the studio felt they would cost too much, so they settled with a lower rent cast. See more »
I have seen this movie at Hulu and to be honest this was kinda boring to watch to be honest. The 48 minutes of the movie focuses on talking scenes that have no point, and it leads to nowhere. Leo Rossi wasn't that bad of an actor, and yet his appearance was lame. He is apparently the one that had to be killed off. Now let's get to the silliest part of the movie: The costume. It looks f*cking stupid. All they did is mix a dog and the fly creature together in a blender. I love when he growls, just like a dog would do. I like how he listened to the soldier at the end with that silly speech, and blows himself up like he still has the mind of a human.
This was not that bad of David Prior, but it's not his greatest either. The effects had much work into it, although ignore the sh*tty animatronics, it was a bit confusing (what does a birthday party got to do with anything), the actors weren't that bad for a low budget fest, and to top it off, the f*cking costume.
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