Excerpt: The PQ is very good! The audio I give a thumbs up. Only negative is the extras, not much offered. This is a fun movie with great comedy, thrills and acting. You can tell the actors had fun making this movie together. I bought it for around $8.00. worth it.
Excerpt: Recommended for fans only. Note: While video quality could certainly be better, this Blu-ray still offers a nice improvement over the previous DVD release, therefore making it a worthwhile upgrade for fans in my opinion (especially considering the budget price).
Summary: Tremors really started the B movie revolution in the 90's and early 00's. On Blu-ray Tremors looks wonderful. There are several bonus features including the making of, outtakes, featurette, and star profiles. Overall this release on Blu-ray is a must have for Tremors fans.
Summary: The original Tremors is the best because of the characters, storyline, suspense, and dark humor. Val and Earl work as handymen for the small town of Perfection, Nevada. On the day they decide to pack up and leave, the town is attacked by huge snakelike worms that hunt underground called Graboids. They hunt by vibration. Can the townspeople survive?
Excerpt: It was still fun after viewing this again. Valentine "Val" McKee (Kevin Bacon) and Earl Basset (Fred Ward) notice a dead person at the top of an electrical tower. The person died of thirst with a gun in his hands. Rhonda LeBeck (Finn Carter) has seen the creature killed by Val and Earl. Rhonda based on the seismology tests that there are 3 more beasts. Walter Chang (Victor Wong) the store owner calls it “graboids.
Excerpt: A backwater town is stalked by giant underground creatures intent on gobbling up its inhabitants. Ron Underwood's affectionate homage to and parody of the Hollywood creature feature was a big enough hit to warrant a trio of straight to DVD sequels, mainly because of it's light-hearted approach and cast of hugely likeable characters.