Night Of The Creeps
In 1959, an alien experiment crashes to earth and infects a fraternity member. They freeze the body, but in the modern day, two geeks pledging a fraternity accidentally thaw the corpse, which proceeds to infect the campus with parasites that transform their hosts into killer zombies.
- Category:Thriller, Horror, Comedy, Sci-Fi
- Stars:Jason Lively, Steve Marshall, Jill Whitlow, Tom Atkins, Wally Taylor, Bruce Solomon, Vic Polizos, Allan Kayser, Ken Heron, Alice Cadogan, June Harris, David Paymer, David Oliver, Evelyne Smith, Ivan E. Roth,
- Director:Fred Dekker,
- Writer:Fred Dekker
Night of the Creeps is a 1986 American comedy horror written and directed by Fred Dekker, starring Tom Atkins, Jason Lively, Steve Marshall and Jill Whitlow. In 1959, on board a spacecraft, two aliens race to keep an experiment from being released by a third member of the crew. The seemingly possessed third alien shoots the canister into space where it crashes to Earth. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Night Of The Creeps torrent reviews
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(ru) wrote: Intermission follows in the footsteps of many comedies before its time. It presents to us a handful of characters and their tales, and then proceeds to connect them together through a string of seemingly unrelated events. It's clever in its own way, though. The characters are likable enough to catch our attention, the situations they are involved in are realistic and relatable, and on top of all of that, it's funny. What I liked the most about Intermission is that it doesn't try to convince me that it was a great film. It did what I did and even though I may not have liked a particular scene or two, I enjoyed the film for its pure absurdity. I also liked how honest it was. How honest its characters and the words they spoke were.
(ag) wrote: A good story that unfortunately suffers from the way it's told. The acting and cinematography are top-notch, but the narrative is heavy-handed and flashbacks are awkward, making it really hard to follow.
(au) wrote: A disappointing, humiliating and baffling misstep by Rob Reiner. Just when and where did the whole movie go wrong? The concept was unique for a children's film like this for its time, and some noted star power like the then-upcoming Elijah Wood (Lord of the Rings trilogy), Bruce Willis (Die Hard series), Dan Aykroyd (The Blues Brothers) and even the Seinfeld duo of Jason Alexander and Julia Louis-Dreyfus certainly did seem like it could help make this movie work, and yet - with every chance that this movie had been given - it was executed in the worst way possible.
(it) wrote: good one. But instead of standing around chit-chatting you might wanna keep an eye on what the bad guys are up to outside. my plan would be head for the roof and fire on the bad guys from there. my plan as a bad guy would be set the place on fire.
(us) wrote: Another gem from Tourneur. The British really know how to make horror films like this. This film's intelligent and witty examination of skepticism and the supernatural sits comfortably in the same company as "The Devil Rides Out", "The Wicker Man" and films of their ilk. Dana Andrews and Peggy Cummins ("Gun Crazy") are great, but the film really belongs to Niall MacGinnis and his urbane warlock. It's often noted that the two appearances of the actual demon were included against Tourneur's wishes, but I think they work. There's a eerie quality to them that does fit with the tone of the film.
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(de) wrote: It's so campy, predictable, and full of plotholes, that only Robin Williams could save it. And he did.
(de) wrote: Horse fans are most likely to enjoy this. It is marginal. I am not a horse fan, so was uncharmed.