In the scene where they find the trap-door and climb down, right before the one lady falls, a man in a floral shirt is clearly visible on the right hand side of the screen sitting there in the dark. See more »
The end credits have a strange theme song with the cast members saying stuff from the movie. See more »
There are some scenes included in the network version not included in the video version. Warwick comes in Nardellos office and he says take a break Nardello. Two parts of the scene when Brogan and Dansen heckle John in the diner with the "special order for the comander of the rat patrol" were cut. A scene were Dansen and Brogan burn Johns time card was cut. A alternate ending had John Punching out his and Janes time cards. Another scene with John And Jane in Jane's van was cut. Still one more scene which had John and Ippeston cleaning the basement was cut. See more »
When I came to watch this movie, I had armed myself with pessimism, after all, Stephen King book-made-movies sure do suck the pacifier. I won't waste my words on the plot, there's one available back in the movie details, but if you came here looking for plot details, think factory, think monster, think OH&S issues, therein lies the story. To be brief without sounding too pretentious, it sucks. There is no tension, I have seen more tension in my upper thigh region. While a lot of movies keep their monster mysteriously hidden from the viewer to invoke the fear not knowing (Rosemary's Baby for instance) it usually works. I think there is intention in this movie, but as I pointed out in my earlier summarizing, it sucks. It sucks on many levels of suck. The monster is pitiful, full of pity for the Alzheimeric. I was expecting the devil incarnate, to redeem the celluloid mockery previously screened but instead I got a damned fruit bat. I wasted 90 minutes of my life, I respect your condolences.
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