At long last, and after much misunderstanding, we turn to the 1984 cult classic (at least in Sweden apparently) Rats: Night of Terror. We did it. It’s done. Let’s never talk of it again.
- (1:27) – Intro
- (3:30) -Trailer
- (8:57) -Synopsis
- (10:47) -Review
- (16:14) -Score
- (27:32) -Spoilers
- (1:04:38) – Taglines
- (1:08:38) -Horror Movie Whooores
- (1:31:13) -Outro
Rats can be found on streaming platforms for rent now.
A tribe of rats called the Jellicles must decide yearly which one will ascend to the Heaviside Layer and come back to a new Jellicle life.
Oh wait that’s not right.
Rats is about a post nuclear apocalyptic world in which all vegetation is destroyed and humans are separated in to two factions, one above ground and one below. This has little to nothing to do with the actual plot of this movie, but the filmmakers thought it important that you know this.
Rats is really about killer rats. That’s it.
Review of Rats: Night of Terror
Rats is bad. Sure it can be argued that it is so bad it’s good, and there are many times that I can point to where I laughed that the ridiculousness of certain scenes, but when it comes down to it, it’s a bad movie.
What makes it worse is that we were forced to watch it, which in essence makes this a school book report. No one likes reading books for a book report.
It took me about 2.5 hours to watch a 1.5 hour long movie, because I had to just take a break from the boredom every couple minutes. The worst part about Rats is the snails pace in which anything happens.
Even if you are looking for a gory exploitation horror film, this one falls short. Most rat attacks just look like a bunch of dead rats being dumped on someone, proceeded by the victim lazily rolling around among some lazy and disinterested rats.
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