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Centipede! (2004)

A group of cave explorers are menaced by giant centipedes.

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Larry Casey ...
David Stone
Margaret Cash ...
Sara
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Jake
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Dirk Doggett
Matthew Pohlson ...
Owen
Danielle Kirlin ...
Zoe
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Matt
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Kafi
Rekha ...
Rekha
Anuj Gurwara ...
Ravi
Charan Saluja ...
Inspector Chief Kumar
Suresh Gera ...
Deputy Inspector Vijay
Kiran Gonsalves ...
Geologist
Sue Hainsworth ...
Professor Jones
Nick Goodman ...
Butler
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David Stone, his ex-girlfriend, Sara, and six other youth, five men, one with a morbid fear of bugs, and a woman, decide to go to the Shankali, Hyderabad, India to explore an underground cave. At the outskirts of the city, they are met by their tourist guide, Kafi, and taken several miles underground. This is where their trip will turn into an nightmare as an underground quake will block their return path, virtually burying them amongst giant centipedes. Written by rAjOo (gunwanti@hotmail.com)

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cave | centipede | india | cgi | desert | See All (6) »

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Rated PG-13 for creature violence and brief strong language
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6 November 2004 (USA)  »

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Barlangi szörnyeteg  »

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$500,000 (estimated)
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1.33 : 1
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Aside from the question of why a spelunking group is carrying a flare gun in the first place, when Sara shoots a pursuing centipede in the mouth, it falls back into the water and the flare extinguishes. Flares carry their own oxygen supply, somewhat like solid-fuel rockets do, and are fully capable of staying lit underwater or in rainy conditions. See more »

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To the Dance
Written by Alex Menck and Alex Flores
Performed by Pinguinopolis
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Jesus wept...and so did I.
7 November 2004 | by See all my reviews

I guess it's time all sci-fi/horror/fantasy fans rose up and seized control of the SF Channel. The current directorate is certainly doing such a lousy job that even a committee could do better. I mean, a long line of incredibly foul made-for-TV movies--of which 'Centipede!' is the latest--is NOT the reason I continue to pay 60-some-odd bucks a month for cable. I can hardly wait to see how SFC mangles 'The Wizard of Earthsea'; maybe Ursula K can be our new commissar.

Okay, okay, I should know better by now. In all my years of viewing these kind of flicks (damn near a half-century), I've resigned myself to the fact that most of the genre is not going to be 'Lord of the Rings', 'Star Wars' or 'Clockwork Orange'. But is that any excuse to not at least attempt the production values of moderately well-done mainstream movies? You don't need big bucks, just a measure of talent. None here, I'm afraid...or if there was, it was exceptionally well-hidden.

Take special effects; they had to be kidding. Were those sock puppets? I've seen more believable animation at a Punch and Judy show.

And plot? A bunch of kids celebrate one of their group's pending marriage by going caving in a really deep cavern system, and end up getting eaten by giant centipedes. Oh, yeah; and they got this device that tracks individual transponders ($129.95 at Radio Shack) that each one carries, so that when one of the kids gets noshed, the survivors can--SURPRISE!--actually track the monsters! Hoo-hah! With such clever originality, how could you ask for more?

Might as well forget character development, too. This is one of those rare movies where absolutely NO one is sympathetic. I wanted them all--even the native comic-relief, with his politically-incorrect 'funny Indian' accent--to DIE HORRIBLY. Unfortunately, they didn't--die horribly, that is.

They just died. And so did the flick.

I can say one good thing about 'Centipede!', though; it's over, and I'm not watching it any longer.


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