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Warning: Not for boring people Nov. 27 2009
By C. Duchesne - Published on Amazon.com
Format: DVD
AMAGAD!!!!! AMAFACKINGGAD!!!!! AMAMOTHAAFACKINGGAD!!!!! This movie is a *beep* masterpiece! It's so bad that it's totally awesome! It's one of the funniest movies I've ever seen! It's full of sleaze, gratuitous violence, hilariously bad acting, ridiculous dialogue and awful special effects that you just have to laugh at! I couldn't stop laughing my ass off! It's just as (unintentionally) funny as movies like Troll 2, The Room, Women's Prison Massacre, Burial Ground, etc... Bruno Mattei is a god! 10/10!!!! AMAGAD!!!!!!

If you like cheesy Italian horror and/or exploitation movies, you'll love it! If you don't like cheesy Italian horror and/or exploitation movies because you take them seriously and you can't laugh at the bad acting and ridiculous dialogue, you're a boring person and you don't have a sense of humor. Stick with your technically perfect movie.
Gasp. "Not Diana! NOOOOOOOOOoooooooo!" Oct. 6 2013
By Einsatz - Published on Amazon.com
Format: DVD Verified Purchase
After THE bomb, the second human race evolves with the "sophisticated ones" living below, the "primitive beings" living above ground. The funny thing is there isn't much of a difference, 225 A. B. notwithstanding. There appears to be no heavy damage to the one part of a city where the action takes place and apparently, there are still gas stations to fuel their motor bikes, still fancy apparel for this biker gang to wear, and plenty of perfectly coifed perms to go around. Their clothes must have magically properties because immediately after a major food fight, including dosing one lady in flour, they're all clean again! This has to be one of the strangest non-horror horror films I've ever watched. Despite the lovely cover art on the DVD, depicting a raging horde of angry rats, the rats (guinea pigs) in the movie are lethargic at best, wholly uninterested in their surroundings and the people they were supposed to be attacking/killing/eating. I've never seen such lazy quasi-rats! It would have been better had they thought to use fake rubber rats or sock puppets. As for the actors involved in all these crazy shenanigans........well, I'm not really certain `actors' were involved, you certainly can't prove it by what I watched. I will admit the ending is a doozy and almost worth sitting through the entire feature just to see it. But it's not enough to persuade me to ever watch the darn thing again. Once was enough, not a keeper.
A cheesey chase-and-chomp ... for discerning viewers July 16 2014
By gizzyspal - Published on Amazon.com
Format: DVD
I think anyone nervy enough to throw three stars at this gobbler has to be willing to defend their position, and I will try to do so. The acting, dialogue, and dubbing are all on a par with low-budget kung fu movies. Some of us enjoy that. So there's a star. Then, the characters are so unrelentingly repugnant, one cannot help but cheer for the rats. Go rats! Get 'em, rats! Let's hear it for the rats! Bon appetit rats! So that's worth a star. (However, I must give credit to the human actors, they mostly have great hair and makeup for a bunch of post-apocalyptic punks.) Finally, the ham-fisted organ music alone deserves a star in this chase-and-chomp. The sound track could have been played by Dr. Phibes himself.
Bleh!!!!! Dec 9 2012
By Kathryn J. Isler - Published on Amazon.com
Format: DVD Verified Purchase
This is not worth the purchase price, long, boring, and unbelievable, and it just doesn't make sense. I realize that movies of this sort often don't, but this is at the bottom of the barrel.
rats night of terror Jan. 7 2013
By bulldog - Published on Amazon.com
Format: DVD Verified Purchase
this movie wasn't all that good to begin with.i don't like rats.and there eyes were red.it scared me a little.