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Stinger

Jordi Almeida , James Cagnard , Martin Munthe  |  DVD
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  • Actors: Jordi Almeida, James Cagnard, Casey Clark, Richard Froelich, Tom Huntington
  • Directors: Martin Munthe
  • Writers: Mat Nastos
  • Producers: Anneli Engström, Jake Wittke, Morris Ruskin, Olof Stierna, Sam Eigen
  • Format: NTSC
  • Run Time: 97 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 2.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (2 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B000MTFDEC
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #1,121,519 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)
  • Learn more about "Stinger" on IMDb

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3.0 out of 5 stars GIANT RADIOACTIVE SCORPIONS April 9, 2012
Format:DVD
The film opens with some poorly done CG graphics of a submarine. These were not the worse CG graphics out there because they top it with their CG helicopter, mini sub, gun fire, and scorpions. The film has a high camp factor. If you are a fan of Asylum films for all the wrong reasons, this film is must see. The technical aspects of a navy nuclear sub are horribly wrong, far too many to detail. They could have at least had proper styled uniforms with appropriate insignias. And why does every movie scientist wear a white lab coat when they are never in a lab?

The story line was bad too. Giant Radioactive Scorpions get loose on a nuclear sub and kill everyone (almost). A crew of Marines and civilians in a mini sub hook up with the disabled sub resting at 500 feet. Dr. Carly Ryan (Michelle Meadows) is the civilian in charge of the operation. She keeps the fact that there are deadly giant radioactive scorpions on board a secret as it is classified and they don't have a need to know. Ellie Winters (Daniella Kimber) is the other female in the crew because Michelle won't take her top off. Lazlo (Jordi Almeida) is the geek civilian who is played as being border line autistic. He manages to get the sub's ventilation system working by cutting random wires and beating the unit violently to a pulp with a hammer.

The acting left much to be desired. The filler dialouge had excellent camp value. In fact I really hated for the plot to progress because the necessary plot dialouge was boring by comparison. There were a lot of dark scenes (as in lack of lighting) and plot continuity issues. At one point they decided not to bring back the deadly giant radioactive scorpions. The Navy doesn't want to salvage the sub, so what do they do? a) leave the hatch open when they leave and flood the boat.
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1.0 out of 5 stars Terrible On Every Level September 8, 2012
Format:DVD
First of all, I'm going to put my dignity on the line and admit that I like Tail Sting to some degree, and have even watched Deep Shock a few times by choice. So when I say Stinger is one of the most piss-poor pieces of junk I've ever seen then, hopefully, my warning urging all to stay away will be heeded.

Not long ago I picked up Centipede, which was released by Maverick/CreepFX as well. It had its share of flaws, but in the world of low-budget creature features it was pretty good. So I decided to give Stinger a shot (for $3.74 total). I would say I wish I never had, but then I would not have the ability to give it the damaging review I now present. This movie seems to be virtually unknown, and I can honestly say it should remain in the void of obscurity. Do NOT salvage this title from the void by giving it a chance.

The pacing is terrible. There are long stretches of silence and people wandering around a cramped dark interior without the slightest hint of suspense. When people deliver their lines not only does it seem like they are reading them, but contemplating them as well. The abundant computer effects are the worst I've seen. I know a lot of reviewers say that about pretty much every low-budget creature feature that utilizes computer technology (even if it's really not that bad), but in this case the statement is 100% true. The scorpions look like shiny black CG balloon animals. The movie
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