They Nest (2000)

TV Movie   |  PG-13   |    |  Sci-Fi, Horror


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A Maine island becomes infested with lethal insects that root inside their victims, while a local doctor battles the bugs and incorrigible locals that don't believe him.

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1 May 2003 | citizenjane
A Horror Flick Set In Maine & NOT Written By Stephen King!
After I got used to that concept (I thought Mr. King had copyrights on everything creepy and yucky in the state of Maine), I must say I thoroughly enjoyed this completely formulaic bug movie. This one's got it all--all the cliches, that is! You got your troubled outsider, you got your disgruntled local yokels, you got your plucky heroine who comes to the aid of the troubled outsider and stands up to the disgruntled yokels. You even got a colorful Maine codger! The best characterization is done by John Savage as a tosspot (that's King's word for a drunk, right?) with a comically thick Maine accent and a major 'tude. The story moves along at a good clip and the special effects are fun and effective. This flick is perfect for a rainy Saturday afternoon alone or to keep guests entertained at a slightly boring party. My VHS copy came with a 3D box cover that shows a picture of the hero with a normal face at one angle and a gross, bug-infested screaming face at another angle. Fun! (P.S. Also known as "Creepy Crawlers, which is the one with the 3D box)

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