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Creeps (Widescreen)


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  • Actors: Rhonda Griffin, Justin Lauer, Bill Moynihan, Kristin Norton, Jon Simanton
  • Directors: Charles Band
  • Writers: Benjamin Carr
  • Producers: Charles Band, Kirk Edward Hansen, Michael Feichtner
  • Format: Color, Dolby, DVD-Video, Full Screen, NTSC
  • Language: English
  • Region: All RegionsAll Regions
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.33:1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • MPAA Rating: PG-13
  • Studio: Video Service Corp.
  • Release Date: Oct. 26 1999
  • Run Time: 80 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 2.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (9 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B00001U0I4
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #125,516 in DVD (See Top 100 in DVD)

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By "tofutirarama" on Feb. 18 2002
Format: VHS Tape
Is this a horror movie? No. It just isn't scary. But it has midget monsters, what more can one ask for? In spite of the movie's weak plot, script and 59¢ budget, there are some brilliant camp moments that make the movie worthwhile. Yes, there are the midget monsters, but the reason to get this movie is all for Miss Christina, the lascivious head librarian.
The best scenes in the movie are all the ones with Miss Christina. Think Catherine Deneuve in the horror classic "The Hunger." But think Catherine Deneuve on ecstasy. Miss Christina's over the top sex scene with a rare edition of "Jane Eyre" makes the movie. Never before has anyone made love to a book like Miss Christina. We get teased when Miss Christina briefly comes back from the beyond having been turned into a Viking War Goddess. If only the movie had followed her and left everyone else behind. Miss Christina is played by Kristin Norton - let's hope we see more movies with her - she is hilarious. This lousy movie needs a much better sequel - "Creeps II, The Return of Miss Christina."
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Format: DVD
Ok, Full Moon films are either hit or miss, so I'll skip any type of review and get right to the important stuff -- THE CONTENTS. This is a double sided DVD. On side one you get the feature film and a 15 minute feature called VideoZone. Almost all Full Moon dvds come with VideoZone installments. For the novices out there, the VideoZone is Charles Band's video magazine with news and previews of upcoming features and of course the mandatory making of the film section. Pretty neat stuff with tons of cast interviews and a chance to see Phil Fondacaro guzzling Budweiser (priceless!) Side Two has over 40 trailers from the Full Moon vaults and it's great to see current superstars Helen Hunt, Demi Moore, etc showing up as supporting players in many of Full Moon's classic series like Trancers, etc. The quality of the movie transfer is excellent. All of the graphics and colors are intact. Some of the trailers are not up to par, but they probably are the best available. Charles Band knows that these DVDs tend to be purchased, not rented, and he has taken the extra care to provide a little extra bang for your buck. Sit back, pop open your favorite beverage and enjoy this wacky stuff.
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Format: VHS Tape
When I saw a film full of midgets, and not just midgets, but moster midgets, the film was quickly snatched up for viewing. How could it go wromg?
Quite easily. The plot makes no sense. The main character works at a video store and wants to be a detective. Some brainless chick keeps coming back to him. An hour passess, no midgets.
Then there be midgets! The scenes where the midgets chase after "victims" (which is really us the viewer) are grand. The lil' guys are up to no good and hi-jinx ensue aplenty. Case in point: Midget Mummy and midget wolf man string a rope across a doorway and trip up the brainless chick. Funny stuff.
Then it all ends and Phil Fondacaro's famous line from the film is repeated during the credits: "What is...this movie?"
Good old Phil hit that one right on the head.
Where is the legend born then? Well, this film was the first ever to meet both of my sweaty cheeks on a hot summer night. Bits on the tape and all. Horifying but hi-larious. This came to be known as "Creeping" a film, a practice that has been put into play many a time.
Thank you makers of "Creeps", you have given us a legend.
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Format: DVD
I enjoyed this movie, especially Phil Fondacaro as Dracula, but I figured that I had better let people know a few problems I had with the disc.
First off, the disc I got was Fullscreen not Widescreen, although I know that there is a 3-D version out there so maybe that is the one that is letterboxed.
The other thing I have to warn people about is that not all copies come with the "Full Moon trailer reel of over 40 titles".
That is only on the DOUBLE-SIDED disc which, despite what is said on the box, does NOT come with every package.
I know this for a fact because I have two copies of Full Moon's "Blood Dolls" and only one of them has the second side with all the trailers.
Apparently the discs were inserted randomly without due care and attention, so you won't be sure what you get until you open the case.
Like I said, it's a fun flick, but I thought that I had better let people know.
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By Michael Butts on Feb. 19 2004
Format: DVD
Director Charles Band has given us some strange but fun movies such as THE REANIMATOR, but in this one, I think he's gone off the deep end. In the VIDEO ZONE feature, he extols his cast saying how good actors they are? Charles, please....there's not one solid performance in this whole movie, and your boasting of the originality of having the monsters three feet tall is ridiculous. How frightening can these clowns be? Rhonda Griffin and Kristin Norton are the worst actresses I have ever seen, and Bill Moynihan is atrocious. Only Justin Lauer as the hero comes across with any kind of screen presence. This one's not even funny enough to be considered camp.
Is it time for the Full Moon to set? With movies like this one, I'd say so.
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