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It's a cheesy horror movie with lots of cheese and very little horror
This movie was so bad it almost ventured into the realm of being good. Was it the bad acting? Was it the toys they tried to pass off as tanks, helicopters and vehicles? Was it the horrible dialogue? The unrealistic computer-animated spiders? The amateurish cinematography? Was it the fact that the spiders could talk? Or the nuclear device that was nothing more than a briefcase full of dynamite?
Actually, it was the nuclear device that was nothing more than a briefcase full of dynamite. This is what finally pushed the movie over the edge of bad for me. I'm not exaggerating. Also contained in the briefcase was a mobile phone, a few wires and a computer screen made out of tin foil for that extra sense of 'realism'. (I can't even begin to describe what the interiors of the helicopters and tanks looked like )
Watching 'Creepies' was like watching a bad high school film production, without the excuse of it being a high school film production. That's not to say I wasn't entertained. I think, in a group, as long as alcohol is involved, or as long as you want something to make fun of, 'Creepies' will delivery a solid hour and twenty minutes of entertainment, though perhaps not in the way the movie intended.
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