Deep Core (2001) Horror Movie Review
Horror movies Review
I liked this film! Honest! It was great fun, and quite exciting too. Okay, so I liked most of the actors, such as Wil Wheaton as Rodney and Terry Farrell as the scientist Allison
It reminded me greatly of the film The Core in various parts, in fact I think that The Core took a great deal from this low budget sci-fi than people are willing to admit.
The plot is quite simple, it’s a save the from destruction movie, with your obligatory bad guy who finds his conscience at the last minute and saves the others by sacrificing his own life, the gruesome death of a likeable crew member (Rodney) and the exciting ride in the bowels of the earth by the survivors trying to make it to the surface in one piece!
Of course there are other baddies in that the Deep Core Machine they are using has been built and funded by the Chinese who want to use it as weapon at some point and the sleazy American bad Daryl guy played with gusto by the dead pan actor James Russo gets his just deserts at the end.
It is nothing spectacular but it is good fun to watch! The special effects aren’t all that brilliant though they do have their moments, the finding of a huge diamond cavern is one of them, the lasers on the Deep Core machine another, and I thought the lava flow was pretty good too!
All in all this is quality cheese, and I really enjoyed it and I’m not ashamed to admit to it online!
Synopsis:The nature and lure of power: in Dallas, a councilman is on trial for corruption, the D.A. is running for the US Senate...
About Deep Core (2001)
Starring: James Russo, Ron Roggé, Rachel Hunter, Heidi Franz, Alaina Huffman, Matthew Posey, Layla Price, Phillip Schenkler, Robert Rudie, Matt Battaglia, Haylie Johnson, Scarlett McAlister, Kenyon Holmes, Carlos Acosta, Stephanie Vogt, Steve Louis, Alissa Alban, Ramsey Williams, Paige Carl Griggs, Chip Joslin, Pato Hoffmann, Nykethia Taylor, Robert Graham, Carie Donnachie, Cliff Stephens, Michael Flores, Caroline Flores, Dell Johnson, Bob Richardson, Richard Dillard
Runtime: 95 minutes
Director: James D. Deck
MPAA Rating: R
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