Bats, the result of a government experiment gone wrong, have suddenly become intelligent, vicious, and omnivorous, and are attacking people near Gallup, Texas. Bat specialist Sheila Casper and her assistant Jimmy are brought in but can they stop the bats before the military comes in and, in their ignorance, makes things worse?Written by
Jon Reeves <firstname.lastname@example.org>
The production of the film had been planned to film the film in Mexico, where it would be much cheaper and cheaper to give a good profit to the budget but finally it was decided to film the film in the United States. See more »
Dr. Casper fires 7 rounds out of a revolver which holds but 6. See more »
Clip their wings? Man, could you just shoot their damn heads off? And don't miss.
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The theatrical and VHS versions are rated PG-13 while the DVD version is the R-rated cut. See more »
What is all the commotion about with regard to this movie? So many people seem genuinely ticked off at it....and I am just curious about their expectations before seeing it. My expectations were realistic...meaning I didn't expect much, nor was I disappointed in my expectations. This film is bad, yet in a way fairly entertaining. Like many films of its ilk it is not trying to be taken too seriously. We can tell this by the compact acting styles, the huge loopholes in plot, and the horrendous dialogue. None of the actors are particularly good. The CGI effects are dismal, and when the bats attack close-up one cannot see anything in the blurred action. Watching it I almost felt it looked a bit like Gremlins, only to be taken seriously and without the professionalism of all concerned in that film. On the other hand, there are many ways your time could be used less effectively...personally I like watching bad movies....especially a bad movie you can sit through and not be bored out of your mind with. Bats is just that ...a bad movie you can sit through.
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