A sinister corporation loses control of a house cat infected with a genetically engineered virus. The death toll rises during the mutant feline's rampage and, eventually, it finds its way on board the yacht of a criminal kingpin.
Sandy and Greg are two teenage kids going camping with their friends in California. Their plan is to go to the lake in town, and despite warnings from the creepy town gas station owner, Joe Taylor, the kids go camping there and end up separated from each other. Greg and Sandy team up with Taylor to save the town, but unfortunately for them, Taylor is rather eccentric and fixated on hunting down the hostile alien threatening them, and a former Vietnam war veteran, Fred Dobbs, is convinced that Sandy and Greg are the aliens.Written by
Since this film was shot in December, the water in the lake was freezing cold. See more »
At various points in the film, the alien flying discs can be seen being suspended from wires. See more »
[taking the scouts into the wilderness]
All right men, today's the day we're going to go into the wilderness. Now, all my life I've waited to take a group of men like you into the wilderness. Now these are hallowed mountains. Roamed by great Indian tribes like the Apache, Iroquis, Chippawa, and Hopi.
Did they kill Custer?
No, those were the Sioux and Cheyenne who lived on the Great Plains. The Hopi lived in these mountains. They raised beans. They were a bean-raising tribe.
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I'm probably a bit odd, but I just loved this film. It is one of the very best horror movies I have seen. So far, I have seen it at least six times. I can't explain why. It has that "something". It is scary, eerie, it has a good-looking heroine and the monster shows up in the end and the tension also builds up towards the end.
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