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  • Actors: Jonas Quastel
  • Format: NTSC
  • Region: Region 1 (US and Canada This DVD will probably NOT be viewable in other countries. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Studio: Maple Pictures
  • Release Date: Feb. 24 2009
  • Run Time: 90 minutes
  • ASIN: B001N2WIQ8
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #149,557 in DVD (See Top 100 in DVD)

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26 of 30 people found the following review helpful
DONT BE FOOLED BY THE DVD COVER........... April 12 2009
By Robert F. Powers - Published on
Format: DVD
......It's not in the movie. So just for the record cover 10-movie 2. The film rips off "The Hidden" and David Cronenbergs "Shivers" a.k.a. "They Came From Within" where a parasitic creature passes from one host to another. To pretend the makers of this film are "original" the creature enters the host through the bellybutton. Also the hosts become ravenously hungry and the one funny scene happens when a cop is invaded and he reaches for the donuts.

The movies major problem is despite an occassional burst of gore the movie is so lifeless and slow.
6 of 6 people found the following review helpful
Don't judge a book by its cover... this stinks! March 23 2010
By Dr. Tom's Reviews - Published on
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Don't be taken in by the slick packaging (a cool DVD cover, a watchable trailer, and that famous voiceover) - this film is just terrible. It looks like it might be a great B-movie with good cinematography, acting, plot, etc etc. However, once you see how that fireman reacts after he is attacked in the scene that you see in the trailer, the film immediately devolves to a pathetic attempt at horror comedy, but one that doesn't really mean to be funny...or scary. This is another example of how b-horror videos today are packaged so that they LOOK like something you'd really want to see. But when you get the DVD home and in your player, you just get angry that you were scammed once again with a C-horror film that looks like it was slapped together only to generate a small amount of cash flow or a tax write-off for the producers and investors. SKIP this one - you'll thank me later. Trust me, I bought it on Video on Demand. I'll never get that time or money back, unfortunately.
9 of 10 people found the following review helpful
POS Feb. 25 2009
By Blood Bath - Published on
Format: DVD
Wowee, what a piece of crap this was. So let me get this straight the "hero" of the movie witnesses a bloody death and runs away without calling police, 911, and/or an ambulance eventhough he had a pretty legitimate explanation for it all.

The "heroine" of the movie eventhough she has every reason to believe that the "hero" could be guilty of a terrible crime aides and abides his get away.

I know, I know, it's only a movie but the plot was to thin and unbelievable for me.

The whole movie is riddled with unbelievable scenarios, unbelievable acting, and an unbelievable plot. Too bad. I'm glad I got to see this one for free.
8 of 10 people found the following review helpful
Decent story bogged down by shady execution Feb. 21 2009
By Geminiguy - Published on
Format: DVD
Scourge isn't an original horror tale. It flows more like a science fiction piece and borrows heavily from such movies' as "The Invasion of the Body Snatchers", "Slither", and even a hint of "The Matrix". While it primarily seems to be a horror flick that features a sci-fi parisitic creature it has to be said that this movie is hardly scary. Sure, there are a few moments where tension started to mount but when it is pretty much a given as to what happens next there really isn't much of a release.
While I did find the main plot to be interesting I found that it was all bogged down by the shoddy acting and a rather ridiculous sub-plot that really didn't fit into the story at all. Basically, it goes like this. A young man and woman who used to be high school sweethearts, must team up to try and stop a creature that uses human hosts but can only stay in them for a certain amount of time before having to move on. (Hmmm... that sounds a little familiar, doesn't it?) When the host leaves the body, it does so in a fashion that leaves a corpse in a very bloody mess.
The way they try to stop it was laughable. One of the hosts was also laughable as well... intentionally, I believe. Several scenes lacked any realisim. (not that the movie is really all that realistic) When gunshots go off ina crowded mall, I find it doubtful that patrons would just stand around screaming, but that is exactly what happens here. It is good to see that cliche' characters will always be around, even in a movie that tries to offer smarter heroes. The result isn't all that successful.
Add to that a conclusion that has become the cheapest finale in pretty much any horror flick and the fact that Scourge lived up to my not-so-good expectations is cemented. Hey, I wasn't expecting oscar cailbre stuff here... but I'd like a horror flick to scare me... and this one didn't. For the most part it entertained me... and I guess that has to count for something.
4 of 5 people found the following review helpful
that's a nasty bug you caught there July 4 2014
By Gemma Cheyne - Published on
I think I was expecting something much darker, the beginning was like a graphic novel, but the rest of it was one of the funniest movies I have seen, though definitely a one-trick pony. There's a real fine line between horror and comedy, but you really need to pare it down so it doesn't veer into the absurd instead of what you intended. Unless they did intend a parody.


The juxtaposition of the invasion of the demon or parasite followed quickly by all the belching and hiccuping cracked me up. For instance, the scene where the sheriff gets invaded by this thing that kind of looks like a cross between a big cockroach with snakes and a Venus flytrap and after this dramatic help me help me scene, everything falls silent and he goes hiccup.

The sheriff's niece underwent a complete makeover from the second she gets off the phone and her old BF's new GF has been destroyed. She shows up, presumably moments later, with a whole new look to inspect the burned out building (about which she seems to know more than she should--but that would have given the script some depth). She took time to wash her hair so it would be wet and frizzy and to go from preppy and made up to a kind of Debra Morgan look. "Go! Go!" she says to the protagonist and instead of dropping him off and driving away she gets out of the car and goes too. ????

She also seemed to have an unusual way with illegible foreign language manuscripts and finding quiet spots while hungry, belching killers with their faces falling off raged through the town.

Sheriff again as they drive frantically after the "suspect"...Cop driving: "What HAPPENED back there?" Sheriff: "Just drive!" (Burp!) "I repeat, take no chances with this guy!" (Burps) "Where are those doughnuts?" More belching. Sheriff's niece looking like Deb has somehow hidden herself on the floor in the back of the cruiser.

I mean I could not take this seriously, I'm sorry. How did Deb get her hands on a grimoire from 1776? However the grimoire was more interesting than the whole movie. From this they discover the thing like a demonic tapeworm cannot be destroyed by fire (after running over her uncle 3 times and setting him ablaze) but is teetotal. So they take off following the next host who is a gross press photographer. He goes into a bar and...fearful pranks ensue.

Anyway the guy from Interpol (who has helped in no way unless he left the grimoires around) also turns out to be this major bug exterminator, who shows up at the very end to roast it after it being drowned in the alcohol. Then there was a sort of Michael Myers ending.

The acting was really stagey. It wasn't all that bad of a concept for a B horror movie but all the belching, supersonic stomach rumbling and gas passing put it into the realm more of fratboy humor, and took away from the seriousness of any deaths. Let alone the acting. I don't know how they got through it with straight faces. I sure didn't.

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