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Brant von Hoffman
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When a hybrid strain of bio-engineered marijuana is delivered to a secluded strip club, it brings with it a monstrous army of insect creatures and a renegade U.S. federal agent with a big chip on his shoulder. Soon the stealthy, fist-sized bugs are busily engorging themselves on human blood, their bite effecting a particularly potent narcotic reaction in those attacked.Written by
I just watched this is movie in one setting. That is quite frankly unbelievable. When you see a video cover such as this one, you pick it up wondering if this might actually be entertaining. Unfortunately, this movie was just so poorly written, I don't know how any sane person could understand it. The most "what just happened!?" part is when one of the dancers suddenly puts on camoflauge gear and starts wielding a gun. You don't even get to see the destructive spider scenes until about the very last 10 minutes. Are the first 70-some minutes considered an exciting build up?? I just don't understand how movies like this get decent budgets to create!!
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