Night of the Creeps (1986)
Director: Fred Dekker
4 / 5 zedheads
Some filmmakers use nostalgia and cinematic homage as a crutch when they can't create original material. While Fred Dekker's Night of the Creeps is certainly an homage to black and white sci-fi and B-movie horror, it's also a fun, touching, and splatterific film in its own right. A cult film from the '80s, and a difficult film to find on video until recently, Night of the Creeps proves with ever year that passes it has the chops to compete with the best of 80's zombie films and other genre classics.
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