Flesh Wounds: On a remote US Army facility, a group of scientists conducting top secret weapon experiments, vanish. An elite covert ops team, commanded by Lt. Tyler (Kevin Sorbo), is tasked...
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Flesh Wounds: On a remote US Army facility, a group of scientists conducting top secret weapon experiments, vanish. An elite covert ops team, commanded by Lt. Tyler (Kevin Sorbo), is tasked with recovering the missing personnel within 24 hours. Written by
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A reminder that no matter how bad a B movie is, it could always be worse.
I would just like to reiterate what my illustrious fellows have already said: this movie is total crap. Imagine if you took the script of Predator, replaced the Predator with a Universal Soldier, and then made him kill people in the same way as the alien in I Come In Peace. Basically, that's the entirety of this movie. Almost every scene is ripped off from Predator, with cheap, ripoff sound and visual effects.
If you watch this for any reason, it's probably because Bokeem Woodbine and Kevin Sorbo. There was absolutely no way to salvage this movie, however, and neither actor looks excited about being here. I know that Sorbo's career has gone nowhere, but I would have thought that Bokeem Woodbine had better things to do.
I have no problem with cheap, direct-to-video ripoffs of Alien, Predator, or Terminator. Like any other B movie junkie, I spent an inordinate amount of time watching low budget Charles Band movies in the 80s and 90s. I even liked quite a few of them. However, this movie makes even the worst Empire/Full Moon movie look like genius. And that is no small feat.
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