Locusts: The 8th Plague (2005)

TV Movie   |  R   |    |  Drama, Horror, Sci-Fi


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Top-secret lab experiments have resulted in genetically-engineered locusts that devour the flesh from any humans in their path. When the swarm escapes, a determined researcher heads a team to stop the menace before it consumes the world.


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28 January 2006 | jack7
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| downright awful
Man. Either David Keith and Jeff Fahey are that poor, or they love acting so much they don't care what is involved. Either answer is tragic. Worse than tragic. Keith did Lord of Discipline, and Jeff Fahey was in Silverado. What were they thinking. Of course I couldn't watch the whole thing. I was too stunned that these two actors were actually in this movie. Then I saw the advertisement for Swarmed, on next. Swarmed, starring Carol Alt and Tim Thomerson, the guy from Cherry 2000 and Trancers, both cinematic masterpieces compared to Swarmed and Locusts: The 8th Plague. I think the 8th plague is the horrifyingly awful made for TV computer special effects sci fi movies that have come out over the past 3 years...this century's B Horror flicks, only worse because they are so shameful and unoriginal. If actors find it hard to act in front of a blue or green screen for such movies as Star Wars and so on, then the actors for these TV sci fi flicks must find it dizzying to act in front of everything regular whilst the special effects crew adds on the monsters using computers when the rest of the set has gone home for the day. Even helicopter explosions were phoned in. C'mon, man. Just awful stuff. Steer clear if you value your time.

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