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A meteor falls to earth near a secret CIA military hideout and merges with a motorcycle and it's rider to create an alien soldier bent on recovering an alien artifact. Military soldiers with the help of a female doctor that can read minds try to figure out what is going on and how to stop it before it kills them. They are also hindered by the CIA agent in charge of the base who refuses to divulge the hideouts' secrets which could help them. Written by Shari <movielvr2@aol.com>

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Rated PG-13 for some violence and brief language | See all certifications »
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All of the character are named after Marvel comics artists (Lee, Kirby, Hubert, Wood, Adams, Bucsema, Frazetta, Ditka, Coletta and Sinnolt) from the 60's and 70's. See more »

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Not bad, but could've been better
5 March 2011 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

I was always curious about Murdercycle as it had that interesting name to it and the potential for some good action. On top of that, it was a Full Moon movie. Murdercycle was not too shabby. It has a solid little story that developments as the movie goes on and things tend to get interesting. The concept was pretty cool and made for a decent little sci-fi movie. This movie could've been a lot better, however. The PG-13 rating is what really holds this movie down. This was just asking for some crazy gore, especially with people getting ran over by the Murdercycle. Add in some crazy gore, you make the action of this movie all the more memorable. Instead, it was action that just average. Even with an "Action Extreme" studio name attached to it, you'd better bring on the insane action. Unfortunately, that is not the case. My other gripe has to do with the Murdercycle itself. With that sort of name, there should have been some heavy duty weapons and crazy stuff. Instead, just little blue lasers that can't even destroy trees! That made the Murdercycle seem weak. Overall, not a bad little movie, but definitely could've been so much more. I guess it can be called a missed opportunity to an extent. Think of how cool merchandise could've been for Murdercycle...


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