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Bats: Human Harvest (2007)

Set in present day Afghanistan, the sequel centers on a group of soldiers who endeavor to capture Fazul, a fanatical terrorist who has escaped into the maze of caves underlying the ... See full summary »

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Set in present day Afghanistan, the sequel centers on a group of soldiers who endeavor to capture Fazul, a fanatical terrorist who has escaped into the maze of caves underlying the landscape of the country. As the troops spelunk, they encounter one major obstacle: genetically altered bats programmed to seek out flesh and consume it. Written by cjnb

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Mediocre action-packed sequel with fighting military groups in Russia
13 January 2016 | by (Ohio/PA border) – See all my reviews

Released to TV in 2007, "Bats: Human Harvest" chronicles events after info is uncovered in an Alqueda camp in Iraq on the location of an important weapons specialist, American Dr. Walsh (Tomas Arana). It turns out the doctor has found an alternative funding source and sets up a new research facility deep in the mysterious Belzan forest in Chechnya, Russia, where he is developing weapons and selling them to Chechnyan rebels. A Delta team is sent on a covert mission to retrieve the doctor and his technology before the Russians find him and his lab. What the team soon discovers is that the doctor's latest weapon is a flock of large carnivorous bats that have been genetically altered to desire human flesh. The Delta team includes characters played by David Chokachi, Michael Jace and Melissa De Sousa with help by a Russian biyatch played by Pollyanna McIntosh.

This is a sequel-in-name-only to 1999's "Bats," which was a conventional nature-runs-amok flick about government-funded mutated bats that escape and harass the citizens of a West Texas town. You have to give credit to "Bats: Human Harvest" for trying something different. Practically the entire movie takes place in or near the supposedly cursed Russian forest with the various militaristic groups fighting each other and the mutated bats. So there's a lot of action, albeit in a comic booky manner a la "Rambo: First Blood Part II." Speaking of the bats, they're more menacing here and there are some close-ups, but they're still a relatively weak "monster."

Thankfully, the movie is well made for what it is, a made-for-TV creature feature, and there are plenty of stunning visuals in the forest, the bats, etc. And the soundtrack rocks. Unfortunately, the babe factor is almost zero. Don't get me wrong, De Sousa is an exotic curvy beauty, but she's clothed in military fatigues the entire flick. As for McIntosh, she's definitely an interesting character, but she lacks sex appeal (for me, anyway). Lastly, whereas there's a lot of action and cool visuals the story generally fails to pull the viewer into the events. That said, I DID care when a certain character buys the farm.

The film runs 87 minutes and was shot in Sofia, Bulgaria.

GRADE: C


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