Mosquito

Synopsis: An alien starship dumps a space-trash in a swamp in a U.S. National Park. Some mosquitoes begin to feed from the alien's corpses, causing them to grow to the size of a vulture. These mutant insects became very aggressive, killing every human being they find. Will the few survivors fight successfully against this nightmare...?
Genre: Horror, Sci-Fi
Director(s): Gary Jones
Production: ACME Films, Ltd.
  1 nomination.
 
IMDB:
4.6
Rotten Tomatoes:
60%
R
Year:
1994
92 min
50 Views


I'll find you.

Yeah.

All right, you little bastards,

let's throw down.

Hey, what's this?

Hey, you jerk,

you wanna watch it with that thing?

Give me the map.

Shit.

Hey, horse breath.

- Draw!

- Whoa!

What's the matter, scaredy-cat?

It ain't even loaded.

Holy shit.

Hey, man, don't ever

point that gun at me again.

I don't like that.

You just... You never know.

I don't... I don't like that, man.

You just never know.

You just never know.

Hey, asshole. Come here.

Quick fooling around and find our exit.

It's right here.

Well, then, how the hell

did we miss our exit?

'Cause you let Rex drive,

and you know he can't read or write.

That's what you get

when you mix blood lines.

There's a possibility that this homicide

is linked with the other homicides.

- But right now, we don't know...

- Hi, we're looking for...

We'll know more about it later.

Okay, and how about that

bank robbery in East Town earlier?

Any connection there?

It's possible they could be linked, yes.

In Agawa County, this is Alan Smithee,

Channel 3 New...

So, what can I do for you folks?

Well, we need a room,

and I was wondering if you knew a place

I could get my car fixed today.

Well, the room I've got,

but what's wrong with the car?

We hit this bug in the road. It was...

Meg, we don't know what it was.

I got a hole in my radiator.

- You saw it, Ray. It was a bug.

- A bug?

You hit a bug big enough

to put a hole in the radiator.

It wasn't a bug. It was some kind

of animal, but it wasn't a bug.

It was an insect.

It had a proboscis about like...

- Meg, it was too big to be a bug.

- Whoa, whoa, whoa,

I don't care what it was.

Now, a flat tire, that I can fix.

But a radiator, that takes a pro.

Now, there's a phone book

back in the room.

You might get somebody out

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