A group of TV
crew members plan to film a documentary
show on a deserted island where natives
were killed while one of them was having
One of the crew members is pregnant which
awakens these creatures as they are
terrorised by them and find very little
ways by protecting themselves with no
There's a beginning of this
movie with natives on an island and one
of them starts to go into labour with
suddenly these creatures attacking in
which seemed cheesy but okay for a start
of a low budget horror flick.
Then after time passes we have the people
researching the island a documentary crew
comes along and most of it was dialogues
as well as small insects sometimes
dropping and them tripping out when this
happens or having discussions at the
beach about the history of what has
There's good shots on the people noticing
an insect and admiring it after it drops
on Phoebe Drake.
A nice peaceful discussion between Dexter 'Dex' Simms and Rachel Rise by
an ocean side with good camera shots
focusing on each of them when they're
talking which looked quite natural.
There's some good blocking moment and
close up camera shots with Cecilia
'Chill' Reyes about to do her
thing and then a nice shot looking up on
something falling below her.
Good shots on Joey Valencia exploring a hut with good gruesome shots
on some slaughtered looking people.
There's a good camera shot swinging aside
with the people having a bonfire and Rachel singing.
A good firm conversation with Phoebe towards Rachel at a beach
suntanning and them discussing about the
islands history and what had happened as
well as her discussing that she's
pregnant and something bad might happen
which was very effective.
A nice camera shot behind some
vines and looking up with the people
walking through the jungle.
There's a good moment with both Joey and Rachel exploring a bloody
looking hut and getting scared about it
with a good camera shot looking into the
There's also a good powerful discussion
between Joey explaining to Rachel as to why he's doing his mission which
looked good and serious.
A good shot on Phoebe lying in the sand and then showing a branch with
blood on it as well as a good shot on her
using a stick to poke what's up there
along with a nice shocking shot on a
bloodied baby corpse falling onto her
which is one of the best
moments in the film.
There's a terrific shot on Sebastian Beazley climbing a tree to take a picture with a
nice quick action on a beast attacking
his arm which almost makes you jump and
him falling to the ground.
A good camera shot on Rachel kneeling
down and sobbing with creatures
surrounding her as well as a good shot on Joey climbing up from a hole in
the ground and shots on the creatures
Great fast paces shots on her running through the jungle.
There's lots of great fast and
suspenseful shots on everyone battling
these creatures as well them trying to
escape through the jungle with great
terrifying shots on these creatures growling and
leaping out to them.
I mean this was a bore and not a heck of
a big plot making you wonder when the
excitment is going to happen in this
movie like it did in the very beginning
but it does get better but not a whole
There's discoveries of dead corpses and a
dead baby which offers some neat shocks
as well as areas on bloody caves in which
leads to the creatures about to attack in
which offers the odd close to jumping
moment with alot of suspense too in which
saves the film from bombing but that's
all it was saved from in which the last
bit was very adventureous and I was
thinking to myself that it was about time
the horror came in as I was almost
convinced that this wasn't a horror
Bottom line is this film was slow and it
stunk. There's better flicks to watch
since alot of this mainly focused on
people at a deserted jungle of an island
with the terror happening a quarter way
through. Ho hum!
The acting is not
too bad in which lead actor Billy
Zane (Sebastian Beazley) seemed to have portrayed a good
leader with his aggressive attitude and
serious tough guy actions to what he had
to do with everything. He was certainly a
good character actor.
Christina Cole (Phoebe Drake) really brought alot
of spunk to her part in the film and yet
knew on how to act very serious when she
needed to. She brought alot of energy
into alot of the horror scene's too with
her screaming and freaking out. She shows a
good expression on her face noticing
something during a certain part of the story.
Joel Torre (Joey Valencia) had a great strong accent
and showed alot of great seriousness to
his role as well as being powerful with
his actions on what he's doing. He was
one of the most remembered characters in
the film even if watching this flick it's
Moss (Dexter 'Dex' Simms) certainly had a good macho
appeal to his looks but yet he seems to
portray a nice gentleness to his role
with how he assiociated with people and
really knowing his craft as the gentle
giant of the bunch. I really liked his
work in the film.
Louise Barnes (Rachel Rice) was another one with a
good accent and really knew on how to act
outgoing and energetic too. She also
showed great frightening and crying
emotions too when the terror starts to
happen in the film. Nice blocking with her walking up near a hut and a skeletal
corpse falling near her in which she does
well with her intense screaming and
running away. She does well
with her upsetting emotions in another part of the story.
The acting in this film isn't too well
remembered sadly as alot has been
happening way too fast to make judgements
and complete details but it seemed pretty
A creatures bites another
There's some good
jungle beats during the beginning of this
film in which was used in some other
spots of the film too. Lots of
adventureous violin playing as well as
low trombome music in which sounded
incredibly powerful along with the loud
heavy drum beats too. There's some old
fashioned horn playing too which seemed
to be useful and enjoyable as well.