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Rats Night of Terror


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  • Actors: Ottaviano Dell'Acqua, Geretta Geretta, Massimo Vanni, Gianni Franco, Ann-Gisel Glass
  • Directors: Bruno Mattei, Claudio Fragasso
  • Writers: Bruno Mattei, Claudio Fragasso, Hervé Piccini
  • Producers: Jacques Leitienne
  • Format: Anamorphic, Color, Dolby, NTSC, Widescreen
  • Language: English
  • Region: Region 1 (US and Canada This DVD will probably NOT be viewable in other countries. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.85:1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • MPAA Rating: NR
  • Studio: eOne Films
  • Release Date: Oct. 30 2007
  • Run Time: 97 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 3.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (11 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B000TZJCOG
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #47,111 in DVD (See Top 100 in DVD)

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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Jarrett B. Graver on Jan. 3 2004
Format: DVD
Thrill to the sight of dozens of helpless mice being dumped on flailing Italian "actors"! Gawp in amazement at classic rejoinders like "This machine could use a kick in the b**s!"
and "Computers and corpses are not a good mixture". Indeed! Stare in numb confusion at the oddly-coutured post-nuke biker gang, which gang inludes members like Duke, who looks like he was booted off the Sgt. Pepper album cover; and Chocolate, who appears to have been the model for the Auntie Entity character from "Mad Max Beyond Thunderdome"! Marvel at the profoundly unconvincing rat dolls that bob up and down in unison and look like they were crafted by an unclever third grader! Wonder at dubbing so atrocious it will make your head hurt for days! Simply put: Italo-sleaze nirvana.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By "shamgaranath" on Oct. 24 2002
Format: DVD
... It was kind of like Waterworld (with the manner they were dressed) meets Night of the Living Dead (in respects to the reaction of the biker group) meets really cheesy rat effects. Can I say that I enjoyed it all? Not every minute. Matter in fact, I was waiting for the guy and two robots from Mystery Science Theater 3000 to appear at the bottom. But once you see the ending, you are strangely intrigued and drawn in.
It's rating (I guess it's unrated) is for violence (the gore is tame for Mattei's films), language, nudity and sexual content. ...
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First of all: RATS - NIGHT OF TERROR is somewhat a guilty pleasure, because it is evident that some of the animals featured in the film were bodily harmed for real.
Having said that RATS is a very enjoyable take on the always popular animal horror subgenre. It is directed by Italian trashmaestro Bruno MATTEI, (in)famous for his zombie romp HELL OF THE LIVING DEAD and two Nazi sleaze epics, under his pseudonym Vincent DAWN. Set in a distant future after a nuclear war like so many Italian B-movies shot after the worldwide success of the MAD MAX film series, the story concerns a group of weirdly dressed bikers being sieged in a rundown house by hordes of carnivorous rats. Basically it is NIGHT OF THE LIVING DEAD with rats substituting for zombies, as MATTEI puts it in a brief but insightful interview in the DVD's extra feature's section.
Obviously a small budget affair, this is very entertaining nonetheless. MATTEI makes good use of the location and there are lots of gore and violence, when the bikers fall victim to their furry foes one after the other. Highlights include badly mutilated corpses, a dead woman, whose jaws drop open to reveal a rat crawling out of her mouth and a biker, who is covered in rats and set ablaze by a flame-thrower.
There is some full frontal nudity, too.
The acting is - well, not so great. For the female part of the cast acting mostly consists of hysterical screaming when a fourlegged enemy or a corpse is in sight.
The true stars of the movie are no great actors as well. The rats look cute and not very threatening at all. Since MATTEI could not afford an animal trainer, the rodents are not "attacking", but are obviously thrown at the actors. Poor things!
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Rats: Night of Terror is exactly what the name says. Actually, the movie is quite enjoyable, despite what many people say. It takes place in the future, in a world destroyed by atomic warfare. A group of bikers stop over in an abandoned city for a night, and soon find that the place is infested with killer rats. After a deadly night, they (the remaining ones) find out the "shocking truth." This is definately a good movie in my records, but if you are not willing to pay the $10-$15 for it, at least rent it.
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i wish i can return this dvd because i wasted my money on a movie that is so stupid. from now on i only buy a dvd that i've seen already
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Buying Rats was an experiment of sorts for me, partially because I wasn't sure about the film and partially because the reviews frightened me somewhat. I had expected to find a really low-budget "horror" movie with painted gerbils posing as flesh-eating monstrosities, and I expected the acting quality that accompanied that prototypical setup. Well, in that regard I wasn't disappointed. I was somewhat annoyed at first by the lack of "gore" the editorial initially spoke of, but something else came out of the moving, a strange thing that I wasn't aware of the movie containing. The part I was surprised by was the hilarious nature this movie, obviously not intended to be something frightening, was crafted in, laughing at itself over and over again. Honestly, when watching it, I wondered if I had read about the same show I was witnessing.
The basic concept of the movie is this. A group of bikers existing in a post-apocalyptic world take shelter in a town and discover food, supplies, water, and rats everywhere. These rats, mutated by radiation and bent on human consumption, are more than happy to share room with something so..tasty.
Basically, buy this movie if you like B movies and something to laugh at. Don't purchase it if you are looking for something life altering, because mutant rats normally don't fit this criteria very well.
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