- Actors: Mary Sellers, Jason Saucier
- Directors: Joe D'Amato
- Format: NTSC, Widescreen
- Language: English
- Region: Region A/1 (Read more about DVD/Blu-ray formats.)
- Number of discs: 1
- Rated: RestrictedR
- Studio: Shout! Factory
- DVD Release Date: April 18, 2017
- Run Time: 91 minutes
- Average Customer Review: 3.0 out of 5 stars See all reviews (1 customer review)
- ASIN: B01MT68O9F
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #34,645 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)
Contamination .7 [Blu-ray]
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Contamination .7 has many names. Its also known as Creepers, The Crawlers and Troll 3. The film is directed by Fabrizio Laurenti (Witchery) and stars Mary Sellers (Ghosthouse, Stage Fright).
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THE STORY (contains spoilers): Illegally dumped radioactive waste from nuclear power facility turns root systems of trees into bloodthirsty ropes of death. A pair of estranged (and strange) lovers & the young grandson of a local victim lead the defense against the villainous vegetation. They encounter resistance in the form of corporate thugs and a crooked sheriff. Eventually they rally together a ragtag bunch of locals to fight the fiendish flora ...sort of; (half the town has been slaughtered by this point). LOL
THOUGHTS: A truly awful film, but kind of empty-headed fun because of it. For example: why would a nuclear plant have been constructed way up in the mountains in the middle of nowhere when there are only a half dozen or so rundown homes in the entire area?!? (And if it is a nuke plant then where are the big cooling towers?) And have you ever wondered what comedian Norm Macdonald would look like if he’d eaten John Candy? Take a look at the film's bloated halfwit sheriff for your answer. Actor (and I use that term VERY loosely) Vince O’Niel makes for one of the most incompetent onscreen law enforcement agents since Barney Fife rolled a black & white in Mayberry. (And how in God’s name did he manage to squeeze his fat gourd into that tiny hat?!?) The scenery-chewing nuke plant boss doesn’t fair much better. On the other hand, the ruthless roots do rack up a surprisingly impressive body count, offering fans of the “nature amok” genre at least a few minimalist thrills. With a little judicious trimming of the bloody bits, this flick could’ve played endlessly on “USA’s Up All Night” (with Rhonda Sheer!) LOL. Flick might rate a look if you’re morbidly curious or are a collector of crappy Creature Features, otherwise there isn’t much to recommend here. Then again, you know you’re in for a rough ride when a film has been released under as many different titles as this one has; (CREEPERS, THE CRAWLERS, TROLL 3, CONTAMINATION .7, et.al). Honestly, the best thing about this film is its exploitative poster art.
THE BLU-RAY: Film’s biggest bragging right is the exceptional quality of the hi-def transfer from Shout’s Scream Factory branch. Picture looks very nice, with excellent sharpness, solid mid-tones and inky blacks. Only minimal pixelation and crush in low light scenes. Audio portion is quite strong and the soundmix is mercifully level. No bonus content for this film; although the slipcase insert is reversible, allowing you to choose from either CONTAMINATION .7 or THE CRAWLERS for the title. (Artwork is identical on both.)