A giant alien spider escapes from a military lab and rampage the city of Los Angeles. When a massive military strike fails, it is up to a team of scientists and one clever exterminator to kill the creature before the city is destroyed.
Fifteen years ago evil creatures from the underworld plagued the Earth with the intent of eliminating mankind. Dubbed the Day of Reckoning by survivors of the hellish holocaust, warriors of mankind again must battle the forces of darkness.
Jay Jay Warren
David Stone, his ex-girlfriend, Sara, and six other youth, five men, one with a morbid fear of bugs, and a woman, decide to go to the Shankali, Hyderabad, India to explore an underground cave. At the outskirts of the city, they are met by their tourist guide, Kafi, and taken several miles underground. This is where their trip will turn into an nightmare as an underground quake will block their return path, virtually burying them amongst giant centipedes. Written by
Aside from the question of why a spelunking group is carrying a flare gun in the first place, when Sara shoots a pursuing centipede in the mouth, it falls back into the water and the flare extinguishes. Flares carry their own oxygen supply, somewhat like solid-fuel rockets do, and are fully capable of staying lit underwater or in rainy conditions. See more »
The One and ONLY! good thing about this movie is the actress who played Sara, Margaret Cash She is Just plain HOT! A body that just Kills.I didn't want to reiterate everyone else's sentiments but just say that mine are exactly the same this movie sucked! All the way around.The Sci-Fi channel better get there act together and start making some changes in the programming, Every Saturday night the Movies just keep getting worse. I could see a bad campy movie once in a while but this is getting horrific. Take Gargoyle for instance now that wasn't too too bad but compared to Centipede! it was LOTR 4!Now don't get me wrong that was still bad just not as bad.
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