Irish American Tom Murphy plans to find his dreams but instead takes himself and his friends on a journey of discovery to a land that defies his original expectations. He may discover that the grass isn't always greener, even in Ireland.
A mild-mannered teacher and a hazmat specialist have to figure out how to stop an unstoppable creature who feeds on light and energy, and moves with exponential speed, before it destroys everything in its path.
Kyle, a shy college student finds himself and three of his friends trapped in an old western ghost town by a pack of ferocious wolves and has to overcome his personal fears to confront the wolves and lead his friends to safety.
Set in late 1970s Ireland, it tells the story of 16-year-old James Powers, an American who finds himself lost after his mother dies and he is forced to live with his three Irish aunts. ... See full summary »
When a teacher is arrested in Tennessee for trying to teach evolution in 1925, a young ambitious reporter must choose whether to take advice from his sweetheart or the notorious columnist when it comes to his approach to the story.
Eric is a secret agent currently working as security guard for senator Dilly. The senator is the main advocate for a new kind of police officer: the Tracker, an perfect und nearly ... See full summary »
Don 'The Dragon' Wilson,
Alexis is an explosive personality, passionate about life, humanity, nature, love and beauty. That is until the breakneck rhythm, intensity, stress and convolutions of career and economic ... See full summary »
In 1948, a group of miners finds a gallery full of emeralds in a salt mine in Switzerland, but they are attacked by giant black beetles and only one of them survives. In the present days, the explorer John Palmer is ready to take vacations in Greece with his family when he is contacted and invited by a stranger called Vincent to lead his team in an expedition into a mine in Switzerland. In return, Vincent offers a large amount to John and the cottage nearby a lake and the entrance of the mine for his family to spend the vacation. John accepts the offer, and while leading the group underground in the tunnels, he finds that their ambitious leader Marcel is a very dangerous man. When John meets giant black beetles in the cave, he orders the group to return but Marcel threatens the safety of his family, forcing John to lead the team to the deep location of the emerald mine. Written by
Claudio Carvalho, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
When the spelunkers are going through the "egg chamber", a giant "queen beetle" shows up, and it's suggested that killing the queen will throw the nest into chaos. The problem with this is that queens only appear among social insects, such as ants, termites, bees and wasps. Beetles are scavengers, not social, and even the isolation suggested in this movie would not produce a queen-based communal structure. Scavengers compete for food; they do not co-operate. See more »
Are you seeing what I'm seeing? Your plan isn't just falling apart, it's being ripped apart! By giant bugs!
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In all honesty, I was not expecting much from this movie, seeing as it was SyFy, but there are some decent actors here so I went ahead. I found Caved In to be a lame movie in most respects, but nowhere near the worst SyFy's done. The only reasons why I didn't rate it any lower are three quite good performances from Angela Featherstone(the best of the cast in my opinion), Christopher Atkins and Marius Chivros. The rest of the cast are bad, Colm Meaney doesn't have much to do and spends the whole movie looking lost or bored and Chelan Simmons is incredibly annoying, doing little more than screaming and other shrill antics. The actors aren't helped by the underdeveloped and stereotypical way their characters are written, or by the clichéd script and the formulaic story that further suffers from lack of tension and suspense and too many scenes to list that were unbelievable. Add to that lighting that distracted from the atmosphere and the setting's authenticity, with scenes being lit too brightly where it should have a dark, claustrophobic feel, and (even for SyFy) terrible artificial-looking effects, and you have a pretty poor movie. Overall, other than three performances, Caved In is not worth bothering with. 3/10 Bethany Cox
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