Streaming Video - 1986
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The battle began in a galaxy far away . . . but it's about to end in the Brown's backyard. It's man against a hoard of small, furry, voracious aliens--the Critters! When a band of hardened extraterrestrial criminals escapes from a maximum-security prison asteroid and commanders an escape craft, the flesh-eating ETs unwittingly head to a small, unsuspecting planet--Earth--pursued by a pair of awesomely powerful, if unbelievably inept, bounty hunters. Now, it's the humans against the very hungry, man-eating aliens in a battle for the future of mankind!
Publisher: [United States] : Warner Bros. : Made available through hoopla, 1986.
Branch Call Number: eVideo hoopla
Characteristics: 1 online resource (1 video file (ca. 86 min.)) : sd., col.


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Aug 08, 2017

I concur: thumps up! The 80s were crawling with all manner of little creatures, some malicious and some cutesy: E.T.s, gremlins, ghoulies, robots ("Short Circuit," "Batteries Not Included"), leprechauns, that E.T. thing from "Mac & Me," apes ("Project X"), aliens ("Flight of the Navigator"). 1986's "Critters" is a pretty obvious, but pretty entertaining "Gremlins" rip off about furry, teeth-y aliens who land in a small town and start tearing crap up. Dee Wallace, who was in "E.T.", and the great character actor M. Emmet Walsh star, although they might leave this one off their resume. Followed, inexplicably, by a few sequels. Director Stephen Herek would go on to do gems like "Bill & Ted," "Don't Tell Mom the Babysitter's Dead," and "Mr. Holland's Opus."

May 24, 2016

you do not want these things rolling around in your town great movie thumps up.


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