Beginning of The End 2010 Horror Movie Review
Horror movies Review
An attractive reporter (Peggie Castle) investigating the mysterious destruction of an Illinois town stumbles upon a secret government laboratory conducting radiation experiments on vegetables. The lead scientist on the project (Peter Graves) is eager to help find out what happened. Together they discover that giant grasshoppers are behind the devastation. Worse yet, thousands of them are headed toward Chicago! Can they be stopped…or is this the BEGINNING OF THE END? One of the best of the “big bug” movies that played largely at drive-in theaters in the 1950s, BEGINNING OF THE END was produced and directed by the master of mutant monster pictures Bert I. Gordon (Village of the Giants, Earth vs. the Spider and The Cyclops). B&W, 73 Minutes, Not Rated, Anamorphic Widescreen (1.66:1) Enhanced for 16x9 TVs. Special Features include Commentary with Susan Gordon, Flora Gordon and Bruce Kimmel and Original Theatrical Trailer.