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In the year 225 A.B. (After the Bomb), a group of post-apocalyptic bikers discover an abandoned research laboratory filled with food, waterand thousands of rats. But these are no ordinary vermin; these are super-intelligent mutant rodents with a ravenous appetite for human flesh. Can a bunch of heavily armed but not-too-bright human scavengers survive a night of terror against the most hungry and horrific predators on earth? Directed by the notorious Bruno Mattei (Hell of the Living Dead, Emmanuelle in Prison), this hilarious 1983 Italian shocker is filled with over-the-top gore, bottom-of-the-barrel dialogue and attacks by what appear to be thousands of painted guinea pigs, all capped with a twist ending that must be seen to be believed. Rats: Night of Terror has been fully restored from original vault elements and is now presented completely uncut and uncensored.
The subtitles are only for the Mattei interview and there are no subs for the film on this dvd unfortunatelyPublished 5 months ago by Brian S. Page
mr mattei takes us to apoclyptic wonderland that truly rivals mad max in this belivable and wonderfully written film. just remind yourself.... it is only a moviePublished on January 27, 2010 by Eric Blair
It's the year 225 A.B.(After the bomb).A group of bikers come across an abandoned research laboratory filled with food,water and a couple of corpse. Read morePublished on January 27, 2009 by Customer 75
Was that a pashmina scarf Kirk was wearing? 'Cause if you look, its really clean and new looking for post apocalyptic scavengers. Read morePublished on June 18, 2005 by N. Stepro
OK, this movie stinks!
Now that we have cleared that up, let's take a look at why this movie should be watched. Read more
Thrill to the sight of dozens of helpless mice being dumped on flailing Italian "actors"! Gawp in amazement at classic rejoinders like "This machine could use a kick... Read morePublished on January 3, 2004 by Jarrett B. Graver
First of all: RATS - NIGHT OF TERROR is somewhat a guilty pleasure, because it is evident that some of the animals featured in the film were bodily harmed for real. Read morePublished on March 3, 2003 by Manfred Zeichmann
... It was kind of like Waterworld (with the manner they were dressed) meets Night of the Living Dead (in respects to the reaction of the biker group) meets really cheesy rat... Read morePublished on October 24, 2002 by "shamgaranath"