Rats: Night of Terror (2007) Horror Movie Review
Horror movies Review
One Incomparable Night Of Hairy Horror From The Director Of HELL OF THE LIVING DEAD
In the year 225 A.B. (After the Bomb), a group of post-apocalyptic bikers discover an abandoned research laboratory filled with food, water… and thousands of rats. But these are no ordinary vermin; these are super-intelligent mutant rodents with a ravenous appetite for human flesh. Can a bunch of heavily armed but not-too-bright human scavengers survive a night of terror against the most hungry and horrific predators on earth?
Directed by the notorious Bruno Mattei (HELL OF THE LIVING DEAD, EMANUELLE IN PRISON and SS EXPERIMENT LOVE CAMP), this hilarious Italian shocker is filled with over-the-top gore, bottom-of-the-barrel dialogue and attacks by what appear to be thousands of painted guinea pigs, all capped with a twist ending that must be seen to be believed. RATS: NIGHT OF TERROR has been fully restored from original vault elements and is presented completely uncut and uncensored.
About Rats: Night of Terror (2007)
Starring: Richard Raymond; Janna Ryann; Alex McBride; Richard Cross
Runtime: 97 minutes
Director: Bruno Mattei