Written May 25, 2015
If you see this film, you will be more than grossed out. It will kill your like of seafood, will have you drinking purified water for days, and generally keep you away from the beach, lakes, bays, and rivers. It IS a film. Not a documentary, but I sure jumped, and covered my eyes. NOTHING EVER scares me or really grosses me out, but this film sure did. I warn you to really think twice about seeing it. If you fish, like sushi, or seafood in general, be prepared to look at it all suspiciously for a long time. That being said, the SFX was pretty obvious. SFX makeup was very obvious, and the digital SFX was just above mediocre. However, it really wasn't the makeup, the gore, or any of that, that really did me in, it was the true footage mixed in from news reports, as well as the knowledge that what I saw is entirely possible. See it at your own risk! I can either rate it as a Must Go if you really are into this or OH No, if you don't go for the horror that can actually happen.
Written August 01, 2015
I expected this movie to be so-so like the fan reviews rating said but I was shocked how interesting the movie was. I didn't want to get up for a second in fear of missing something........
Written February 07, 2016
The guy who plays the sheriff's deputy loading the ambulance needs to be added to the Expendables cast
Written May 29, 2013
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Written November 04, 2012
I heard that this movie was made by the people behind Insidious, Sinister, and the Paranormal Activity movies. Having seen the groups Halloween releases I have to say this was my favorite. Though it seperates itself from their usual demon/ ghost stories, I believe this was a true horror movie. The idea that we create the problem that eventually kills us is an awesome concept. Great movie