Good cast, good story, good mostly everything, but why not spend a little on the creature make up? This is really the silliest creature I have ever seen, and I am certain that I saw that identical rubber mask at Wal*Mart last year. Anyway, it can also be runner up for silliest dialogue. At the end when Helen and Gina are being threatened by GillMan (Although he doesn't appear to have any gills but doesn't appear to have two small nostrils, so s/he may be an 'air-breather')
At one point, Helen tries to reason with the beast with statements like, "I know you are just a primitive creature trying to protect it territory". "Maybe you can't process this in your pea-sized reptilian brain". Wow, real constructive! Insult the creature whose mercy you are at. It would have been great if the creature, said, "Primitive creature, huh? I'll show you who the primitive creature is", Whack!!, and "reptilian brain, Huh? I'll show you who's got a reptilian brain" Whack!
But seriously, folks. This is a good movie. It would have been much better if the creature was scary rather than funny, and Helen's monologue should be totally stricken and perhaps instead a little bit of closing action.
- Actors: Michael Rooker, Blanche Baker, Benjamin Forster, Amy Chang, Don Wood
- Directors: James Felix McKenney
- Format: Import, Blu-ray, Widescreen
- Language: French, English
- Subtitles: French
- Region: Region B/2 (Read more about DVD/Blu-ray formats.)
- Aspect Ratio: 1.77:1
- Number of discs: 1
- Studio: Warner
- Run Time: 72.00 minutes
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- ASIN: B00YQJRYJG