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LA getting nuked with bombs 15 times more powerful than Hiroshima?
The disdain Dr. McGrath feels for Beckett doesn't compare to the wrath she unleashes on her estranged scientist dad (John Rhys-Davies).
Unless you’re like me and feel compelled to watch every disaster movie you can get your hands on, just give this one a pass.
As if we needed yet another way in which nuclear weapons could destroy life on Earth, along comes Scorcher. Read morePublished 6 months ago by Daniel Jolley
Were this a feature film with name stars and great ambitions, there would be plenty of faults to point out. Read morePublished 17 months ago by drkhimxz
PRO: Mark Dacascos. Yum. CONS: If it's so dang hot, why are people running around with jackets on? All the 'earthquakes' are just little bitty jiggles that make people fall down,... Read morePublished 20 months ago by gary
If you like fast, fun, silly action disaster movies,
look no further. This one DELIVERS! As a Mark Dacascos
fan, I'm biased of course!!! Read more
I really enjoyed Scorcher, I thought it was very entertaining for a B-movie. What first attracted me to this film was Rutger Hauer, I think he is a superb actor in any role, in... Read morePublished on May 24, 2005 by silvio_dante6
When writing this review, they would not allow me to put NO stars.Published on May 13, 2004 by tanner j. ellison