It is a freezing winter all over England but the small British island of Fara is faced with such intense heat-wave that most of the island's residents go up in flames. Lee and Cushing are among the few survivors who have no choice other than look out for a proper solution... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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Sean C (au) wrote: This movie completely did my head in. The soundtrack bludgeoned any sense the rather redundant plot was trying to make. Poor.
Dominic B (br) wrote: Documentaire sur la chasse.
Kevin M (jp) wrote: This was good Stargate - but a little predictable perhaps
Zach L (ru) wrote: Ok end-times movie for the budget. I love Stephen Baldwin
Carolyn G (de) wrote: A film that was utterly savaged by critics, yet one I still enjoy when it pops up on satellite. I would agree that the chemistry between Brendan Fraser and Ricki Lake is pretty nil and the romance between their characters seems rushed and forced; however, I still liked them both individually and found Shirley MacLaine and Miguel Sandoval delightful as always. Not a great flick but good for a few snicks.
Ben M (jp) wrote: Social commentary with the cheesey ninetys horror effects
Andrew W (ag) wrote: Totally inaccurate!!
Guillaume H (au) wrote: Im usually not a fan of extremely slow travellings and pacing but this one warrants it and make up for it each time people actually talk.
John Joseph M (fr) wrote: It's a Bava classic. Wonderful new restoration at FrightFest.
Anastasia B (nl) wrote: Christopher Lee makes this film bearable. He saves the day. I have seen the film a while ago, and that's what I remember the most: that the story is mediocre at best, but Lee is so talented he could make an awful script worthy enough to watch. His persona is perfect material for Holmes. His authority and substance fill the screen. Aesthetically, the picture is reminiscent of the silent films made in the first decades of cinema, a fitting atmosphere for a Sherlock Holmes adventure.
Brandon S (it) wrote: Empire of the Ants is a celebration of old 50's Monster Movies and how the genre was absolutely terrible. You have ants that are blown up and superimposed in the background and actors that have to "fake it" the entire time. The movie is really awful and got progressively worse through out its duration. Some of the scenes with the monster ants are painful to watch, really, they are that horrible. How does this happen? How can you cast veteran actors like Joan Collins (Dynasty) and Robert Lansing (Kung Fu: The Legend Continues) to star in a huge piece of crap like this? Well I guess its not hard, just offer them most of the money that you have been allotted to make the picture. Other than Joan and Robert the rest of the actors are laughable at best; to the point where I was actually relieved when certain cast members were killed. But, that's just one of the problems with the movie. The movie is loosely based on a short story by H.G. Wells. It's main focus is on a group of tourists on a timeshare tour when they run into a bunch of radiated and mutated ants. Funny thing about the movie is that the ants are never the same size; they grow and shrink depending on the scene. In some cases Ants are as big as dump trucks, in others they are about the size of an average man. The director had trouble controlling the ants so in some scenes you have ants crawling on the sky or trying to climb up the sides of a tiny set. Its pretty eff'ng hilarious. There is nothing in this movie that makes it actually scary, it is just a terrible film. I dare anyone to watch this movie and tell me that it was amazing! You couldn't! Its hard to fathom how this movie even made it to the big screen. And so I give this movie a 2 out of 10. It made me chuckle, and if you want to fit this one into a movie marathon I would sandwich this in between Eaten Alive and the original The Crazies. I, for one, welcome our new insect overlords S!D