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David Allen Brooks
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Canadian singer Chuck McDermott wrote and sang two songs for the film: "Lolita" and "So Right". Unfortunately neither song was ever commercially released for sale, however there was a vinyl record issued for use in the film's party scene at Liz' house. See more »
When a man locks himself in the train car to get away from the rats, there is a faint dog barking sound. Dachshunds were used to play the rats and dressed in rat suits. See more »
This movie was pretty good to watch. It wasn't boring at all. The rats were very interesting. This is what really bought the movie out. I also thought the movie was comical. I searched hard for this movie until I only found it for rental at blockbuster video. I was hoping to own this movie also (it was good enough to be a part of my horror collection). My rating of this movie would be 7 out of 10 stars.
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