In a future world where Earth's ozone layer has been completely destroyed, a brilliant but obsessed scientist, Hank Symes uses illegally obtained biological materials for an experiment that... See full summary »
In a future world where Earth's ozone layer has been completely destroyed, a brilliant but obsessed scientist, Hank Symes uses illegally obtained biological materials for an experiment that he hopes will save the world. In the course of his work, a terrible accident occurs, transforming him into a fantastic otherworldly lifeform and changing his house into a huge living entity which threatens all who enter. Written by
Patrick D. Rockwell <email@example.com>
This is the only theatrical movie filmed in Sony's early analog High Definition format. Sony donated the equipment and technical support in an attempt to popularize the format. The High Definition video was then transferred to film for release. See more »
By no means anyone's definition of a good movie, Habitat does manage to put forth a few moments that make it worth sitting through...though only once. It has a pretty unoriginal plot involving a "mad" scientist's attempts to "kick evolution in the butt," though in a movie like this plot doesn't really mean anything. There a few special effects that are laughable, but on the other hand there are some that are quite good. Overall the performances are as bad as the rest of the movie, though Laura Harris shines as Deborah, the girlfriend of Balthazar Getty's character--and I'll admit, her nude scene is pretty swell. Overall, don't bother with this movie unless you are a rabid Laura Harris fan.
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