Subject: I have found a DVD that I think you would enjoy
Actors: Pete Penuel, Allison Adams, Brian Minyard, Jeff Brozovich, Britt George
Director: Daniel Springen
Genres: Action & Adventure, Horror, Science Fiction & Fantasy, Mystery & Suspense
Wilson Fields, a wealthy big game hunter, leads a team of expert archaeologists into the jungle on what appears to be a fact-finding expedition. However, when the explorers discover a deserted campsite and gory human rema... more »
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Classic, cheesy B movie
Rhonda C. Elsaesser | Fort Drum, NY USA | 05/06/2003
(3 out of 5 stars)
"As only the B&W classic drive-in movies could do, or a Mystery Science Theater 3000 movie could do, this is the classic, cheesy,and fun B movie. Deadly Species is funny and dopey and almost good. It's got all the elements.....bad sound, bad music, gratutious nude scenes with pretty girls, some blood and gore, and of course foam-rubber customed men running around killing people. It won't be up for any awards but Deadly Species is a fun movie to sit around and make fun of on a Saturday night with some friends, some chips and beer."
An absolute shower!
Simon | Kent, UK | 07/21/2003
(1 out of 5 stars)
"What posessed me to buy this drivel I don't know. It was so bad it could have been made by Aaron Spelling. A combination of bad acting, bad script, bad direction/makeup/production. Completely lacking in tension or horror and full of cliches.
Until now the worst film I had ever seen was "Raising Arizona" - until now! Thank goodness there were no extras - the mind boggles as to what they might have done with a "making of"!
Pity that Amazon.com doesn't permit no stars in the review - cos that's what this would have scored."
RETURN OF THE RUBBER SUITS
Michael Butts | Martinsburg, WV USA | 12/05/2004
(2 out of 5 stars)
"You'd think in a movie made in 2000, you wouldnt expect to see monsters in rubber suits. WRONG! That's only one of the many ingredients in this almost campy horror flick. DEADLY SPECIES gives us the usual billionaire business man out on a mysterious expedition. A kindly professor, his wife and several of his "best" students, who all act like prepubescent idiots. Only the studly bodyguard for the businessman exudes any kind of presence, and his role is certainly not challenging. A muddled plot, bad pacing and just all around foolishness make DEADLY SPECIES a rental on an All Night Bad Movie Fest."
B Movie Dreams
Michael Butts | 07/08/2004
(2 out of 5 stars)
""Deadly Species" was made for one reason, to make money off the straight to video market. It contains every cliche in the book. I also wondered where the originality of B movie filmmakers went? "Deadly Species" is no where near my type of film, but I always give credit where credit is due, at least the filmmakers created a movie that's available to public. They completed what they set off to do, even if it involved a native tribe, naked women, rubber guns, bad acting and mutant gators."