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Rats - Night of Terror (2002) Horror Movie Review

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Rats - Night of Terror (2002)

It’s the year 225 A.B.(After the bomb).A group of bikers come across an abandoned research laboratory filled with food,water and a couple of corpse.They soon find out that their new digs is infested with thousands of blood thirsty"rats"that are super-intelligent.There is an interview with director Bruno Mattei where he talks about how the rats they had were not very good actors,so they used thousands of painted guinea pigs(honestly couldn’t tell the difference,except for a couple of the white ones).With great heaping amounts of gore and laughable dialouge and a great suprise ending that really creeped me out when I first saw this on late-nite T.V. when I was a kid.After seeing this I can remember having recurring nightmares about rats coming for me.When I would go down alleys on my way home from school,I can recall running instead of walking(there sure were some big rats in Chicago back in the 80’s).Seeing this movie today is just great fun.One of my favorite"killer animal movies”.

About Rats - Night of Terror (2002)

Title: Rats - Night of Terror
Year: 2002
Starring: Ottaviano Dell'Acqua, Geretta Geretta, Massimo Vanni, Richard Cross, Ann-Gisel Glass
Rating: 3/5 stars from 5 users. Reviews: 5.
Rating: Unrated
Runtime: 97 minutes
Director: Bruno Mattei Claudio Fragasso

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