Scorpius Gigantus (2006)

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Geneticist seeks to make a name for herself by saving the planet from disease by using eons-old antibodies, harvested from enlarged six legged creatures. The creatures don't like being big and escape. Send for help.


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26 February 2007 | dmuel
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| cinemas terribilus
Giant bugs produced by American scientists, that look like cheap copies of the "Starship Trooper" variety, escape after they are mistakenly hijacked by the Russiam Mob. An elite team of soldiers goes after them. Blood and mayhem ensue. There's your plot, but this terrible movie should have never been made. What a pity that the name of Roger Corman was affixed to it, a veteran of movie making who, in spite of low budgets, managed to produce some unusual and entertaining flicks in his day. This is an utter piece of crap. The CGI effects are so bad! Please do yourself a favor and don't bother watching this film. I am adding another line here because of IMDb's ridiculous policy that every criticism requires 10 lines. This film doesn't merit saying anymore.

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Genres

Action | Adventure | Comedy | Horror | Sci-Fi | Thriller

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Release Date:

25 July 2006

Language

English


Country of Origin

USA

Filming Locations

Bulgaria

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Budget:

$210,000 (estimated)

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