The story of six people caught in the unusual (except in horror films) predicament of being stranded in a deserted fishing lodge with a host of alien-infected, mutant amoeba-controlled zombies at their doorstep.
Sarah Grant Brendecke,
A young lady enters a futuristic subway train. There are three passengers in the waggon... no words are spoken, no comment is made... a little later due to technical problems the machine ... See full summary »
After Zane Ziminski is found dead five people received envelopes with details of an alien invasion. This group of five includes 3 scientists, Zane's brother Jack, and a reporter. Quickly, the group is down to three and then Jack and Bridget, the reporter. With a small piece of alien technology, they must escape from the aliens, who take human form, and try to convince others of the existence of aliens. Written by
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This sequel to the box office hit The Arrival (1996) was reportedly produced on a budget that was only one-fourth of the cost of the original. See more »
Early in the film, it is established that the continent is undergoing an unprecedented heatwave. Throughout the movie, though, people can be observed wearing coats, stocking caps, scarves, and long-sleeved shirts. See more »
I hate to agree with the others but this sequel is the pits.
After seeing the Arrival I was looking forward to this one. I notice that the studio claims proudly that they only spent a quarter of the budget on this film that they did on the first one. And it shows it. The casting was bad, the acting is laughable and the script was downright idiotic.
The premise here is that sometime after the end of the first film, Charlie Sheen's character is killed off. He leaves clues for his brother to find out what is going on. It is all down hill from there. The sfx were OK but that is about all. they really wasted five reels of Kodak film stock on this one. I'd safely say give it a miss, unless you are a glutton for punishment.
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