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Return Of The Killer Shrews (2012)

A TV Reality Show hires Captain Thorne Sherman (James Best) and his boat to cargo supplies to the deserted offshore island they’re using as a filming location. Thorne would have refused the job because he’s been to that island before and stills sees it in his nightmares. Unfortunately, as the boat departs, Thorne is too hungover to realize where they’re going and his first mate Rook (Rick Hurst) needs the money. So they sail — to a place Thorne Sherman never wanted to see again as long as he lived: the island of the Killer Shrews.

As the TV crew and two-fisted animal expert Johnny Reno (John Schneider) shoot their reality show, some of the cast and crew go missing, attacked and eaten in a bloody feeding frenzy by strange creatures. But tough as nails Producer Stella, sleazy Director Willard and manipulative Writer Lenora couldn’t care less about the human cost. They are ruthlessly focused on getting their show in the can, regardless of the body count. Only cute young camera operator Mickey (Jennifer Lyons) and her on-again off-again boyfriend Sam grow concerned about their vanished friends. And Captain Thorne grows uneasy. Only he knows that the island holds hidden danger. The place is crawling with giant Killer Shrews, the result of a 50 year old experiment gone terribly wrong.

No one is prepared when the Killer Shrews attack, devouring everything in their path! Thorne moves the panicked and blood-spattered survivors to a safe house – the same scientific compound where the man-eating shrews were spawned half a century ago. Everyone is grateful, but creeping suspicion grows. How does Thorne know about this place? And what is his connection to the Killer Shrews?

But these questions can wait. The shrews are fast and ferocious, able to strip flesh from their screaming victims in seconds. And they are ready to attack – now! Stella rises to the occasion, taking charge among the bloody carnage. But her heroism leads to her sudden and gory demise, and soon more crew members fall prey to the creatures’ ravenous, slathering jaws. To make matters worse, Jerry, a mysterious castaway, stalks the survivors. Jerry has a strange hold over the ravenous Killer Shrews, and at times he can control the crawling monsters.

Thorne and Jerry share a strange history, a past linked to the horrific-flesh-eating Shrews. Now Jerry is targeting Thorne for bloody vengeance, and no one is safe from the dangerously insane castaway. Fleeing the relentless carnivorous shrews, Mickey takes refuge in a cave. But her safe haven turns to shocking horror when Mickey is trapped by Jerry. Sam braves the hordes of flesh eating monsters to rescue Mickey from the madman’s lair, but Jerry gets the upper hand. On this island, it’s eat or be eaten, and Jerry decides who is hunter and who is prey.

As the number of survivors dwindle they must overcome their differences to avoid getting eaten alive. But before Thorne can get off the island he must face his horrific past — and a final showdown with Jerry. Time is running out for the survivors to get off the island before the voracious monsters turn them all into bloody Shrew bait.

If you live in Bristol, Tennessee you can check out the World Premier July 27,2012. The event for the charity Speedways Children's Charity's tickets for the event are $100.00 each.

The Killer Shrews has been hailed as a cult classic for years. In fact Legends 3d put out a colorized version and has been featured on hit shows Mystery Science Theater, Elvira, and Svengoolie. The movie looks pretty good with a blend of New up and coming stars and the folks of Hazard County.

The only thing that makes me nerves is the Shrews them selves the CG looks a little rough around the edges. But the movie looks good the cast seems strong so fingers crossed this will be a fun ride.

Check out the offfical web site for the movie here.
Return of the Killer Shrews.

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  1. Oooh, This looks like a serious step up from the old Killer Shrews movie! I still love the old one in that so-bad-it's-good sort of way. :)

    By the way, I watched 'Francis in the Haunted House' last Saturday. That was my first time watching one of the Francis movies. I thought the mule was funny in a sassy/sarcastic sort of way, but I don't know about the rest of it! I guess a few actors and voices were changed for this one. If you do end up watching this Francis movie, you'll have to tell me how it ends. I'm afraid that I couldn't get past the middle of it!

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    1. I agree this does not look to bad. I'm just not a fan of CG and this seems to use a lot of it. I do plan on watching Francis and will let you know. I'm still a little behind on my Sven's I just watched SSssss this past weekend. Have a good week Justine and thanks for stopping by the Cave!

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