Kenneth Cran and entitled THE MILLENNIUM BUG.
It Conquered the World, anyone?). If you remember those, I think you'll be hooked on this one from the start. The difference however, and it's a big one, is that Cran, shown at left, has made a movie for the new century in terms of violence, bloodshed, gore and special effects. And the folk you'll be rooting for, just because you like them and they're the heroes, don't all come through unscathed. You wouldn't take Granny -- unless she's a real genre nut -- to see this film. (That's Adam Brooks, below, emoting, and rather well, too.)
Oktay Ortabasi; and the effective -- yuuuch! -- special make-up effects (see above, by Robert Lindsay) and creature and special visual effects (like those giant teeth, see below, by Dustin Yoder) all help seal the deal.
Ken Burns) has taken up residence nearby and enjoys using any isolated tourists as feed for its special pet/family member, Orpheus.
Christine Haeberman, above, in bridal attire) getting hitched to the hunkiest of the hillbillies (played by a nasty, sexy John Charles Meyer, below) who probably doesn't bathe. It's all here and it's all silly, if ugly, fun.
James talk about why they wanted to do this movie the old-fashioned way, and why the guy in the monster suit (the very physical Benjamin Watts) was so important, among other very interesting topics. (That's leading lady, Jessica Simons, a little bit bloodstained, below)
Green Apple Entertainment and running 88 minutes, is available now on DVD (no Blu-ray) for sale or rental. You can buy it from Amazon, of course, or you can "Save" it on Netflix (but why hasn't this company bothered to actually order the film?). Blockbuster claims to have it available, too. I suspect that it will go to VOD or maybe streaming eventually, so watch for that via your favorite sources.