Something sinister has come to the shores of Erin Island, unbeknownst to the quaint population of this sleepy fishing village resting somewhere off Ireland’s coast. First, some fishermen go missing. Then there is the rash of whale carcasses suddenly washing up on the beach. When the murders start, it’s up to two mismatched cops – an irresponsible alcoholic and his new partner, a by-the-book woman from the mainland – to protect the townsfolk from the giant, bloodsucking, tentacled aliens that prey upon them. Their only weapon, they discover, is booze. If they want to survive the creatures’ onslaught, everyone will have to get very, very drunk!

Residents of an island off the coast of Ireland learn that the only way to survive an invasion of blood-sucking aliens is to stay drunk. It's time to rally the villagers, arm the troops... and head to the pub. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


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Stephanie S (es) wrote: Not into the zombie craze, but I actually enjoyed this unusual movie. It's one of those strange (but funny) movies that are fun to watch.

Laura R (jp) wrote: What a great documentary.

Tiffany Y (gb) wrote: I saw this at the 2009 LA Film Festival. What's most amazing is the integrity and intensity of the native actors. They were probably actual natives without any acting experience. I really felt like I was living with the natives and sharing their hardship. Amazing acting, great camera work, and a storyline that speaks true. I highly recommend it!

Joshua B (au) wrote: exposes the disenfranchisement of the black voter community in florida and ohio in the elections of 2000 and 2004. bush should have never made it to office. we can't even get our democracy straight, but we're invading countries in the name of it? shit doesn't set right with me.. watch this. very informative. will make you think, and hopefully think about your actions in how we can change this.

Chris G (nl) wrote: Greenstreet's chronicle of the controversy surrounding Moore's visit to Bush Country provides a frightening insight into Middle America.

Chris D (fr) wrote: I detested every second of this truly frustrating thriller written and directed by David Mamet...a script crammed with tongue twisters and acting as heinous as its poorly timed dialogue (editor's fault?)...not sure why Val Kilmer was calling everyone 'baby' either, very bizarre.

Max M (nl) wrote: funny but kind of odd to explain in in a way

MEC r (us) wrote: This movie had potential, but fell through the cracks. To bad.

Zack B (nl) wrote: Dazzling in vision and hilarious in characterization. I loved the music by Paul Williams, which really added to the sense of this film coming directly from outer space. And the expert cinematography was overwhelmingly crisp and inventive.

Jacob B (kr) wrote: Pitch Perfect has a formulaic storyline and, while never quite as funny as it should be, still manages to remain an entertaining diversion thanks in large part to the performances of its talented cast especially since this movie officially confirms that Anna Kendrick is now a big star having achieved leading woman status in this movie as well as some excellent a capella covers of songs from this century and the one that preceded it. An aca-damn aca-enjoyable movie.

Jeremy K (ag) wrote: Basically another Scream clone, but it has a clever concept and some fun scares

Matt C (jp) wrote: Not a bad Australian war film. but was way to slow for my likening needed something more