A small town gradually becomes aware of a strange creature which picks off people one by one. But what is this creature, and where is it? At the same time, a seismologist is working in the area, she detects tremors. The creature lives underground, and can pop up without warning. Trapped in their town, the town-folk have no escape.
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This movie is great it is so funny that you laugh your pants off. And allthose memorable quotes and the great cast that got to come to acult-classic. I just got one thing to say. STOP !!! drilling, and rentthismovie. It's awesome and damn funny at the same time.
In this terrific, sci-fi classic Kevin Bacon and Fred Ward discover adecapitated sheep rancher and his devoured flock, and fight a bunch ofgiant, flesh-eating worms. Great performances and special effects make upfor the thin plot.
This review is from: Tremors (Collector's Edition) (DVD) I am a horror fan. BIG time. This is not a horror movie. NO way. But it is a great movie. If you don't like "Tremors" then you either take yourself too seriously, or you are a terrible worm-o-phobic. The friendship between Val and Earl is very believable. Reba is adorable. The rest of the cast was great, too. How much do I like this movie? Well, I bought it once and my one year-old got a hold of it and ruined it. So, I paid another thirty bucks or so and bought ANOTHER copy. Not something I am prone to do, let me say.If you like to laugh and be a little "creeped out" every now and again, you'll like Tremors.
"Tremors is a flawless film" wrote another commentator on this site andhe's damn right ! What a movie ! I've missed it in the cinema, becauseover here in Europe, this maybe played in Vienna in 2 theaters for oneweek and hardly anybody catched it. But some time later, maybe 1992,1993 it was shown on TV, some midnight cheapie, I thought, but watchingit, it scored bullseye, I was glued to the TV-set.Have seen it 3 or 4 times since then and it's an amazing joy to seethis again and again and again and ...Why ? First the storyline is simply simple & fantastic & brilliant. Theperfect homage to the B-movies (you know, Tarantula et. al.) of the50ies and 60ies. Even better than they were/are.Ron Underwood must have seen maybe all these B-flicks, at least most ofthem, and captured the essential elements of this genre perfectly.There is NOT ONE WRONG SCENE in this, it works, from start to finish,like THE master-thesis for the "giant creatures are trying to kill us"-:-)) genre. If Tarantino would have made this, he would be hailed tothe hall of fame for it (where he is anyway, but then again, isn't thisone mucho better than Death Proof, e.g.?).The dialog is extremely casual/leisured/funny, always on the spot.Cleverly photographed, funnily written, without being stupid for just asecond.What makes this so very special is the relationship between these twoslackers, Kevin Bacon and Fred Ward. One younger, one slightly older,the chemistry between them is fantastic, the really seem to have spentall their lives together in the backyards of rural America. Theirlooks, the dialog, their mimic, all unmatched in the last 20, 25 yearsof US-cinema.TREMORS was Ron Underwood's first feature and none of his later effortsdoes come even close to it (actually he made just unmemorable schlocklater). But this one picture will get him recognition far beyond hisearth-days, I bet ! TREMORS poures love & total respect for the genrefrom every frame ! I bet Ron Underwood, who was 37 when he directedthis masterpiece, must have dreamed of making this movie for a decadeor even longer, that's why it is so superbly developed, so perfect, soflawless.Watch it, love it, watch it again, I bet you will ! :-))
I bought the movie Tremors at a movie and music store a few years ago. It'sgreat! I do disagree with one user comment out there that says to avoid thelame sequel. The sequel is not lame. It's great, too. And di d you knowthat the little girl with the Pogo Stick grows up to appear in "JurassicPark" and "Angus"?
Got the Attack Pack and was not disappointed. Although the 3rd. rendition and the Prequel left much to be desired, its a great addition for any Tremors fan to have in their collection. The transfers were great as was the audio. Thumbs up for the Attack Pack!
This review is from: Tremors [Blu-ray] (Blu-ray) Picture quality was much better than expected. I was only looking for the DVD but I got the blu-ray as it was the cheaper option. Turned out to have great sound and picture quality. This movie was just as I remembered, scary when I was younger and hillarious now. Overall good quirky movie from the 90s.
There are already many reviews applauding this series so I'll just say that this is good corny, cheesy, bucket of popcorn fun for the whole family. I love this instant classic. A must have!!!!!
If you want a good spoof of the old 50' & early 60's horror movie then go no further. Its a great film to watch during some of your down time when ever that happens.
Tremors is a flawless film. The story is original and entertaining. Theactors make it all the more fun, especially Kevin Bacon, Fred Ward andMichael Gross. Tremors is the kind of movie that can't be placed in acertain genre. It's a little bit of everything; horror, comedy, action,adventure, etc. Don't miss this very good movie!
"Tremors" is a cool movie. But it's not your typical horror flick, it's more like a comedy/horror. Some snakelike creatures that can burrow underground, terrorize some people in the desert. "Tremors" is a fun adventure for anybody who likes horror movies. It has cool special effects, a decent plot, and some good acting. Kevin Bacon does a great job like usual, and so does everybody else, even country singer Reba McEntire. Some parts of the movie are funny, and others have good suspense while they try to defend themselves from these giant subterranian monsters. I recommend "Tremors" to anybody who likes horror movies with a hint of adventure and comedy in them.
To the previous post this film looks great in HD. Not as clear as some other recent titles like Transformers but there were no scratches or blemishes in the print. It's a fun B horror movie with cheesy special effects and slightly over the top acting. I enjoyed it and glad I baught it!
This review is from: Tremors [Blu-ray] (Blu-ray) Tremors is a movie that I grew up watching since it came out. I can remember renting it a lot as a kid and owning it on VHS (the VHS copy I bought was horrible and never really played well).Tremors stars Kevin Bacon, Fred Ward, Michael Gross, Reba McIntire, and Finn Carter (who interestingly enough, is not only from my state but grew up in the same city I lived in for a few years as a kid). In a Nevada desert resides a tiny town called Perfection which is geographically isolated due to mountains on one side of the town. At the start, Earl and Val (Ward and Bacon respectively) are two handymen looking to finally get out of town for greener pastures but not before they meet seismologist student Rhonda. Unfortunately for the duo, just as they decide to leave town for good, never-before-seen large creatures appear besieging the citizens of Perfection and trap them there seemingly without any chance of escape. These worm-like creatures reside under the ground and hunt by vibration.One of the things I think I love about Tremors that the sequels failed to (or just plain were unable to) capture--though the fourth movie at least tried--was the sense of isolationism the characters felt and the seemingly inability to know how to handle the creatures. These are monsters no one has ever seen but apparently have lived underground for centuries and yet, because of their location, no help would come until it was too late....if ever. I loved the sense of "what do we do?" the movie had going on.I think this is one of those movies that could have somewhat easily fallen into "cheesy and bad acting" territory. On the good side, this didn't happen. All the acting was pretty good as was the writing.The picture quality for the blu-ray was good. Not many complaints there. However, I do have one. At the end of the movie, the last two scenes were almost jarring. The second to last scene was fine but then the very last shot, the drop in quality compared to the rest of the movie was pretty noticeable to me.
Just what a great movie's all about: good acting, great script, (and a lotof good effects) mix in to give a really good feel for a movie likethis.
I first watched this film back in about 2001 when I was only a weechild and the sight of people being eaten alive by quite convincingunderground monsters made me lose trust in the earth I stood on andgave me weeks of nightmares. To this day, this film still gives me thecreeps, but now I can see what a unique film it is. The main scare forme was because the film brought across the fact that these creaturesseemed plausible and could possibly exist in some unknown region of theworld, and for a frightened child, that was scary enough. I remember mydad telling me over and over again that there was 6 feet of concretebelow the Living room floor so there was no way they could burrow upand attack. But still, it is a great film none the less.The story begins in a small desert town (if you can call it that) ofPerfection, Nevada, where two Handymen, Val and Earl, are tired oftheir normal mundane lives and plan to leave for Las Vegas. On theirway out of town, they come across the town drunk, who is found dead atthe top of an Electricity Pylon, the cause of death is determined asdehydration, meaning he must have been up on the pylon for at least 3days. As Val and Earl attempt to continue their voyage out of town,they come across a small farm where they find that all the sheep havebeen devoured and the only thing left of the farmer is his dismemberedhead lying in the dirt. Meanwhile, a pair of road-workers aremysteriously killed, and a landslide blocks off the only road out ofPerfection Valley. As Val and Earl try to reverse their pickup truck togo back to town, they find themselves caught on something, and afterforcing the truck to its limit, they manage to break free and return totown. Upon their return, they find a strange snake like creaturewrapped around their rear axle. Without any way of contacting theoutside world, Val and Earl attempt to leave the Valley on Horsebackwhilst local survivalists Burt and his wife Heather try to find themysterious snake like creatures. Meanwhile that night, the local Doctorand his wife, who are slowly building a house for themselves in thedesert, are mysteriously killed as the Doctor is dragged undergroundwith the car keys and his wife is dragged underground in their car. Thenext day Val and Earl find their homestead abandoned and discover thecar buried in the ground. As the pair set out across the desert, themysterious snake creatures grapple their horses, but it is soonrevealed that the snakes are merely the tongues of an even biggermonster that is up to 50 feet in length. Managing to evade theirpursuer after it rams head on into a concrete aqueduct and knocksitself dead, the pair, with the help of a University Seismologiststudying inexplicable seismic activity in the area, determine thatthere are up to 4 more of the creatures roaming the desert and they'reall headed for town. With no way to escape, the townsfolk draw a linein the sand (no pun intended) and prepare to face off against thesubterranean beasties to the very end...This film is amazingly unique, the main point being it manages to mixthe humour with the horror, unlike most films which either swing toofar one way or the other, this film finds a perfect balance. As a childI saw only the horror as I didn't understand the adult humour, but nowthat I do, I find the film more enjoyable to watch. It also has verygood character development with some really enjoyable Three-DimensionalCharacters rather than the 2D cut-outs that are usually found in otherfilms. It's a definite recommendations for older audiences, but if youvalue a good night's sleep for either yourself or your children, sendthem to bed early and lock the living room door!
This review is from: Tremors (DVD) I bought this movie because Reba Mac is in it & I like her. The movie is ok. Closer to kind of dumb. Large killer worms go after humans. Real ugly things (the worms). They travel under the ground then pop out. It's on tv quite a lot. One ate a car.
This review is from: Tremors (DVD) I found this to be one of the most enjoyable horror movies produced in many years.Kevin Bacon and Fred Ward play per parts in this monster/buddy film.The location shots along with the special effects are some of the best done on the limited budget that this film was given that i have ever seen.The acting throughout was done with alot of obvious tongue's in cheek and you can tell that everyone was having alot of fun making this movie.The DVD version is especially great because of the DVD quality and all the extra's given in the collectors edition. It is definately worth the cost,especially if you want to know everything about how this movie was made-very interesting specials in this format.If you are looking for something with a monster that obviously was not designed to really frighten and except for some very brief profanity and one quick shot of the heroin running quickly in her underwear,this is almost perfect family entertainment(except if you are really super sensitive and then you shouldn't really watch any horror/monster films).HIGHLY recomment this movie.
A high-end horror film, very clever, funny and scary.
As mid October rolls around, brisk winds sweep through the crisp autumn air, jack o'lanterns decorate steps and porches, the scent of wood smoke radiates from wood stoves, and the leaves are in their peak season of color. October is a magnificent month, and in celebration of its annual visit, I've decided to review a few great flicks for the Halloween season. The titles that I've chosen to review are "alternative" Halloween movies... not the classics that generally spring to mind, but fun movies with elements of the supernatural. Just good, lighthearted stuff here... nothing gory or scary (at least not too much)!One such flick is "Tremors"- a hilarious monster movie that will make you laugh more often than it makes you flinch. The acting of Kevin Bacon and assorted redneck characters is delightfully cheesy, and the writing of the script toes the line between comedy and tension brilliantly. Although you'll be laughing, you'll also feel true anxiety as you desperately will the characters along to the next piece of "safe ground", where they'll be protected from the subterranean beasties. A great "alternative" Halloween movie, if you want something more fun than all the senseless slashers.
"Tremors" is a delightful surprise of a monster movie, taking advice from the old-fashioned 1950s films of its kind. Kevin Bacon and Fred Ward star as a couple of independent cusses that come across an extraordinary discovery--a decapitated sheep rancher and his gruesome devoured flock. Along with a earthquake specialist, they are forced to fight for their lives against a pack of underground flesh-eating, giant worms. Superb performances from Bacon and Ward, who carry the film with their charming wit and ruthless attitudes. Excellent special effects and a script that doesn't take itself too seriously makes "Tremors" one of the most entertaining, campy monster movies of the last ten years. Director: Ron Underwood. Cast: Kevin Bacon, Fred Ward, Finn Carter, Michael Gross, Reba McEntire, Victor Wong. Rated PG-13 for violence, gore, and language. 98 minutes.