Criminal Act (1989)

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Two investigative reporters track down reports of giant rats in a city sewer system.

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27 March 2003 | thefountainmenace
not as criminal as the other reviewers would seem to have you believe
This is not that bad for an eighties horror. I had to weigh in because of the overwhelming amount of bad reviews. Yes, the premise of odd tunnels directly under a newspaper building containing a Ratman (who does look a bit like Tiny Tim) and a bunch of jailed homeless people is not only stupid, but barely even coherent here. But it has quite a bit of camp value with John Saxon, Catherine Bach and Mel from Mel's Diner in the 70's sitcom Alice. Enjoyable little hour and a half flight for genre fans. That is, admittably bad 80's horror fans.

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Genres

Crime | Horror | Thriller

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Release Date:

28 September 1989

Language

English


Country of Origin

USA

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