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Mongolian Death Worm (2010)

When an American oil company sets up an experimental drilling plant out in the vast deserts of Mongolia, they awaken a nest. The deadly creatures begin to breed and spread, devouring everyone in their path.

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Steven R. Monroe

Writers:

Neil Elman (screenplay), Kevin Leeson (screenplay) | 1 more credit »
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Cast overview, first billed only:
Sean Patrick Flanery ... Daniel
Victoria Pratt ... Alicia
George Cheung ... Timur (as George Kee Cheung)
Drew Waters ... Patrick
Matthew Tompkins ... Mr. Bixler (as Matthew Stephen Tompkins)
Nate Rubin ... Phillip
Jon Mack ... Steffi
Tiger Sheu ... Bana
Ryan Manalansan Ryan Manalansan ... Tali
Cheryl Chin ... Thuan
Billy Blair ... Kowlan
Jay Serra Jay Serra ... Smuggler
Fouatchao Moua Fouatchao Moua ... Worker #1
Lieu Tran Lieu Tran ... Old Woman
Andrew Stevens ... Jackson
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When an American oil company sets up an experimental drilling plant out in the vast deserts of Mongolia, they awaken a nest. The deadly creatures begin to breed and spread, devouring everyone in their path. The only person who can stop them is treasure hunter and adventure seeker who spent his life searching for a legendary tomb, fabled to be protected by the Death Worms. He knows he must do what he can to kill the creatures, but stopping these monsters may mean destroying his life's work forever! Written by reviewer

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Just minutes after Daniel tells the two doctors that the roads are unsafe at night when they belong to the smugglers, the three of them set up camp with a bright bonfire barely a car length off the road - sure to attract the smugglers' attention. See more »

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When Daniel and Patrick are fighting near the end of the film, their guns start out as 9mm automatics, but alternate between being revolvers and automatics as the scene progresses. See more »

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Not a really, really bad movie
19 May 2010 | by mexicomsSee all my reviews

Really, really bad movies delight me. To be a really, really bad movie a film must reach new heights of absurdity and make one laugh out loud at the ridiculousness of the events unfolding. Such movies, you think, must be written by those clever fourth graders, Kyle, Kenny, Stan and Eric. They are full of action, admittedly, very predictable action, and must have poor acting (although, one wonders if Meryl Streep could do them with any realism). Mega Piranha was a really, really bad movie. Death Worm of Mongolia, wasn't. It was extremely ho-hum with worse than usual acting, a silly story line and immensely, immense worm critters that were predictable and fairly easy to kill and outrun. The only redeeming feature in the movie was the Mongolian "Sherriff", who spoke perfect cowboy type English and drove around in a truck marked Police, need I say, printed in English. It took forever for the storyline to unfold and was a disappointment when it finally made sense. Also questionable is the apparel of the doctor who is wandering around Mongolia with some medicines to help people stricken with a disease she knows nothing about. I question if a doctor visiting a foreign country would parade around wearing a tank top and pedal pushers. It just looked inappropriate and quite unrealistic. Perhaps she would don such an outfit inside the shack they were using as a hospital, but outside...in public...very poor taste. All in all, I am sorry to say that Mongolian Death Worm was not a really, really bad movie, it was just boring dreck!


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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

8 May 2010 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

Proliférations See more »

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Texas, USA See more »

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Dolby Digital

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1.78 : 1
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