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Skeeter (1993)

As the result of a corrupt businessman's illegal toxic waste dumping, a small desert town is beset by a deadly swarm of huge bloodthirsty mutant mosquitoes!

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Sarah Crosby
Jim Youngs ...
Roy Boone
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Ernie Buckle
Jay Robinson ...
Drake
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Gordon Perry
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Hopper
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Hank Tucker
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Hamilton
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Dr. Jill Wyle
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Mary Ann
John F. Goff ...
Clay Crosby
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Filo (as Buck Flower)
Michael D'Agosta ...
Bo
Eric Lawson ...
Frank OConnell
Lindsay Fisher ...
Chrissy OConnell
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Another ecological disaster results in mosquitoes growing to the size of bats (very rubbery, non-scary bats). Of course they have to suck a lot of blood. Humans have to find a way to fight back. Written by John Sacksteder <jsackste@bellsouth.net>

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Earth is the final breeding ground. See more »


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Rated R for some sci-fi violence and gore, a scene of sexuality and some language | See all certifications »

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6 April 1994 (USA)  »

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O Ataque das Moscas  »

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When the mosquito emerges from the egg sac that was retrieved from the mine and shot, the shotgun blast destroys the mosquito but the carpeting underneath it is intact. See more »

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References The Wizard of Oz (1939) See more »

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Howler of a giant mosquito movie...
18 October 2007 | by See all my reviews

This movie has everything. First there is deputy Boone (Jim Youngs) doing a marginal Clint Eastwood imitation. Then, there is a crazed (is there any other kind?) Michael J. Pollard feeding his pet giant mosquito by letting it suck blood from his own arm. Not enough for you? How about Charles Napier playing a lecherous, corrupt sheriff? What's not to like? Besides the numerous eccentric characters, unintentional humor abounds, starting with the mosquito's which look like "Creepy Crawlers" on steroids, and capped by our hero taking time out to weld together a flamethrower while his girlfriend is trapped in a mine with the giant mosquito's. Creative location photography, decent character development, and an interesting soundtrack, can't overcome the obvious. This is not a good movie. - MERK


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