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Michael V. Gazzo
In Fly Creek, a storm knocks down the power lines, transforming worms in mutant creatures. Mick travels from New York to meet his girlfriend Geri Sanders and stays at her home with her mother Naomi Sanders and her sister Alma Sanders. On the arrival, Mick has a friction with Sheriff Jim Reston and with Geri's neighbor Roger Grimes that woos her. Soon they find that Fly Creek is infested of carnivorous worms that are devouring the inhabitants, but Sheriff Reston believes it is a prank of Mick.Written by
Claudio Carvalho, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
Oh,come on,people! What's everybody moaning about? This is an excellent late-night movie! I first saw this when I was thirteen-years-old and I loved it! All the elements were just right. Did anyone mention that Don Scardino was in another cult favorite called "He Knows You're Alone"? Or that Rick Baker's name is in the end credits under "Make-Up"? Both guys had to start somewhere. Yes,I did see this on MST3K and it was hilarious! Sadly,we never got a "Squirm 2",either. Sure the movie is about worms,but what did you expect from the title? This is the kind of cult film that I'm sure Joe Bob Briggs would appreciate!
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