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When residents of his apartment building begin to disappear, Marvin comes to believe the unthinkable: the mutant breed of giant carnivorous insects that once plagued society are back and beginning to revisit their devastation! Though he's confined to his room due to a severe illness, Marvin must rally whatever support he can in order to exterminate these horrifying creatures before he ends up their next victim! Filled with all-new action and incredibly eye-popping special effects, this terror-filled thriller is a must-see for all fans of intense big-screen excitement!
Karl Geary is no Jimmy Stewart. The main character, Marvin, is sickly but the actor portrays the guy like Raymond in Rain Man. Read morePublished 9 months ago by Bonnerauthor
They probably should have left this one alone and stopped after No. 2. This one lacked originality and honestly didn't scare me a bit.Published 16 months ago by Larry Paul Veltman
'genuinely creepy sequel to original movie premise done w/ first rate actors and actresses. this mutilations were particularly horriffying. top notch.Published 19 months ago by Saleem Pernath
bought it. home. wine. loved the first one....second was fair...this one had my interest more....lets go....oh wait, no seriously.... Read morePublished 21 months ago by L. JOURNELL
Well, it's not a total rip-off of Rear Window, but it comes mighty close (and not in a good way). This was probably due in part to Guillermo Del Toro stating that he referenced... Read morePublished 21 months ago by Einsatz
Interesting take on the mimic series, very well made and holds the viewers interest all the way through. Read morePublished on December 3, 2012 by Deimos
I guess Hollywood is always looking to milk the golden cow and this is a good example.
Here's the scoop. Read more
Highly artistic and stylish entry in the series that boasts strong direction from JT Petty. Much more suspenseful than your typical direct-to-video fare. Read morePublished on December 14, 2011 by Justin Warren