An alien microbe lands in remote Siberia in the 1950's. In the year 2004, US scientist working at a top secret underground lab in Alaska clone the microbe. A garbled distress signal is heard from the lab just before a complete lock down of the facility. This is the last word sent out from the scientists. A team of scientists and military personnel are in charge of finding out what went wrong.
- Stars:Lorenzo Lamas, Ona Grauer, Adam Harrington, Jim Thorburn, Will Sanderson, Rachel Hayward, Michael Kopsa, Lindsay Maxwell, Rachel Grodnik, Michael P. Northey, Ron Selmour, Heather Feeney, Leah Cairns,
- Director:Pat Williams,
- Writer:Kevin Gendreau, Keith Shaw
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Deep Evil torrent reviews
(it) wrote: Awesome movie, a must watch for freeride ski freaks! 60% of the voters gave it 9+ on IMDB (don't look at the overall average of 5.8 ...). Some epic shots but the directors took too much man, too much! ;-) All I Can is definitely better
(ca) wrote: I wan to see this soooo bad!
(gb) wrote: i really wanna see this, it luks deadly, cant wait till it somes out over here!!!!
(jp) wrote: the other side of the stars?
(it) wrote: There didn't seem to be much to this movie. If it had more of the screw-ups that happened at the end then it might have been entertaining enough. It ended really poorly in my opinion, as if it were a TV show and the next episode would have them try another job or something.
(fr) wrote: Woody Allen's jabber.
(es) wrote: Absolutely tragic storyline, sexy and erotic to boot. The depth of character in this film is astounding.. gripping
(ag) wrote: SEX SEX SEX!!!!!....i loved this one too....haha
(nl) wrote: Weird but in a good way. I liked it a lot.
(it) wrote: Good for its time, and mostly entertaining but just isnt that great.
(nl) wrote: Kris Kristofferson is a bad actor, but he is the best one in this movie. Still, it is effective as a Corman 70s drive-in flick. And as a cultural artifact it is fascinating. Vietnam vets are crazed and evil, and are literally transformed into redcoats fighting civilian Green Mountain Boys on the Fourth of July. Amazing.
(us) wrote: Deep Impact is an okay film- it is filled with interesting characters and subplots. However, the potential impact of the impending doom on society has been glazed over, which would have made for a far more interesting film.