Because I don’t have enough DVD’s — hah! — I browse around the Net this morning boning up on a few important titles here and there, while debating half-heartedly whether it is sheer lunacy to venture outside into the “damn-it’s-cold” cold.
Bite Me! (“Big Bugs with Bad Attitudes!”) is apparently an uplifting inspirational tale:
When a hybrid strain of bio-engineered marijuana is delivered to a secluded strip club, it brings with it a monstrous army of insect creatures and a renegade U.S. federal agent with a big chip on his shoulder. Soon the stealthy, fist-sized bugs are busily engorging themselves on human blood, their bite effecting a particularly potent narcotic reaction in those attacked.
Keywords: insects, marijuana, mutant, stripper, bioengineering, club [place], drug-trade. Obviously a winner. Take note: it’s Questionable for Children.
And then there’s Decoys:
Matt Hastings’ science-fiction film Decoys concerns a freshman at college who discovers a pair of beautiful, sexually aggressive female students who are actually aliens sent to engage in sex with humans before they move in and overtake the human race. The young man takes it upon himself to save the world.
As well he might, yes, as well he might.