An alien starship crashes in a swamp in a U.S. National Park. Some mosquitos begin to feed from the alien's corpses, causing them to grow to the size of a vulture. These mutant insects became very agressive, killing every human being they find. Will the few survivors fight successfully against this nightmare...?

The U.S. national park is crashed with an alien spacecraft, leaving toxic corpses which cause mosquito to mutate to an abnormally large size and blood thirsty creature. Will the few survivors fight successfully against this nightmare...? . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Mosquito torrent reviews

Jorge A (es) wrote: The movie lacks of sources to back up his claims. If Gasland is a bias as he states on his film, then this film is just as inaccurate. It is as informative and reliable as a Wikipedia entry.

Joe A (es) wrote: Moody and somber flick tries to be a David Lynch style thriller when a group of eclectic characters come together at a seedy motel and dark pasts are brought to light and souls laid to bare. Mildy interesting at best and unlike the work of David Lynch, predictable. Seedy motel set movies are almost a sub genre on their own at this point.

Greg W (gb) wrote: a delightful lil rom-com that reminded me of 1992's 'like water for chocolate'.

Kristy P (de) wrote: Wow, what a mind thriller. The guy who looks good turns out to be the killer (well, that is how it is in real life anyway, I suppose).

Kurt M (au) wrote: One of the worst horror films of the late 1980's with no plot, bad writing, and worst acting.Don't bother.

Terrilynn W (de) wrote: And I only got to see the last hour! Can't wait to see it from the beginning.

Patricia P (gb) wrote: I LOVED this movie! It's one of my favorites. It gets away with a lot for its time in terms of the racy dialogue. The ending was very fresh and original. So many other movies would have had a tired, predictable, cliche ending. The last scene in the movie is perfect and made me love the movie as a whole that much more.

Jennifer M (ag) wrote: As I was checking out the movie, the librarian said that this is a good movie...he was right.

Tim S (ag) wrote: Sharing many themes and images with it's high-concept sci-fi brethren (and a film to which it has been exhaustively compared) The Matrix, this film succeeds in constructing a grimy, noirish world of intrigue where questions lie around every corner. Sadly, as an audience we are left with many of these questions unanswered. Quite how this film appeared on Roger Ebert's 'Great Movies' feature is one of my burning questions!Dark City is a visual treat and many of it's frames are clear homages to cinematic masters of the past. But while certainly heavy on style, this film crucially lacks in substance. Many of it's characters feel cartoonish in their simplicity and the plot ambles around without real direction, somehow managing to avoid the potential in the film's concept. The set up is great; the pay off... not so much.

Kevin M W (ru) wrote: Sam Raimi is behind this and you get just that, full-on-Raimi. Much of it will not make much sense, but who cares, cause the action is over-the-top in capital letters. Its a comic book movie, but one of the good ones. Look for the helicopter sequence, its a good 'un. Frances McDormand, what's she doing in here, but she does alright too.

Andrew B (au) wrote: Brody is phenomenal! This film is poignant in it's story telling and extremely intense in it's execution. It grabs you from the get-go and doesn't let go.

Mloy X (au) wrote: [Seymour's phone rings]Enid (Thora Birch): Aren't you going to get that?Seymour (Steve Buschemi): Let the machine get it. I have no desire to talk to anyone who might be calling me.The beauty of indie flicks is most of the film's stars are genuinely talented or only the really talented ones do it. This was no exception-- great cast, interesting story and overall very satisfying ending. It was pretty good.

Greg W (gb) wrote: gr8 cast kept this indy rom-com going, I liked this one. Also stars Rumor Willis, Demi & Bruce's daughter, I remember when she was born!