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Robert Stuart 5 years ago
Tom Atkins! Also, this movie kicks serious ass.
Rosalio Galvan 6 years ago
Best halloween movie
Marc Hyde 9 months ago
Robert Stuart almost 4 years ago
Carina Svanberg almost 6 years ago
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Eric Ratzlaff almost 7 years ago
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bethswald over 7 years ago
David Rose almost 8 years ago
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Rickard Blixt 8 years ago
David Larsson 8 years ago
Night of the Creeps is a 1986 zombie horror film written and directed by Fred Dekker, starring Tom Atkins, Jason Lively, Steve Marshall and Jill Whitlow. The film is notable as an earnest attempt at a B movie and a homage to the genre. While the main plot of the film is related to zombies, the film also mixes in takes on slashers and alien invasion films. In 1959, on board an alien space ship, two aliens feverishly race to keep an experiment from being released. But it is too late and the seemingly possessed third alien they are pursuing has shot the canister into space where it crashes to Earth. On this night a young college man takes a date to a parking spot where they see a falling star and investigate. Unfortunately, it lands in the path of an escaped criminally insane mental patient. As his date falls victim to the axe-wielding maniac, the boy finds the canister, from which a small leech-like thing jumps out at him and into his mouth. Later in 1986, Chris Romero is pining over a...
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