Locusts: The 8th Plague (2005)
R | 1h 28min | Horror, Thriller, Drama, Sci-Fi
Locusts: The 8th Plague (2005) Release Dates
- In Theaters: March 04, 2016
- DVD: May 01, 2016
Locusts: The 8th Plague (2005) Plot & Synopsis
Starring Atanas Srebrev, Vlado Mihailov, Harry Anichkin, Jeff Fahey, Kirk B.R. Woller
Directed by Ian Gilmour
Synopsis: A group of scientists try to stop a swarm of flesh-eating locusts that escape from a top secret government lab in the USA Midwest.
Synopsis: Entomologist Colt left the firm of his ex Vicky's dad Russ and his ruthless partner Gary, in order to regain his scientific independence and ethical virginity. After people are found on several founds with strange bite-marks, which turn out to be the work genetically miss-manipulated locusts, Colt teams up again with Vicky, who works for the public health authorities. After analyzing the facts, they join the heroic, possibly hopeless fight to stop the locust swarm spreading and endangering millions in most of Northern America.
Storyline: A group of scientists try to stop a swarm of flesh-eating locusts that escape from a top secret government lab in the USA Midwest.
Locusts: The 8th Plague (2005) Movie Details
- Directors: Ian Gilmour
- Cast: Atanas Srebrev, Vlado Mihailov, Harry Anichkin, Jeff Fahey, Kirk B.R. Woller, Hristo Mitzkov, Marianne Stanicheva, Vladimir Kolev, Velislav Pavlov, Julian Vergov, David Keith, Hristo Shopov, Niki Iliev, Naum Shopov, Ivo Simeonov, Julie Benz, Dan Cortese, Paraskeva Djukelova, Jeff Rank, Natasha Roth, Paul Joshua Reuben, Assen Blatechki, Zahary Baharov, María Stancheva, Ryan Spike Dauner, Jim Clark, Mark Vatkins, Eva Crosby, Zachary Baharov, María Stancheva
- Genres: Horror, Thriller, Drama, Sci-Fi
- Producers: Jeffery Beach, John Cappilla, Phillip J. Roth, T.J. Sakasegawa
- Musicians: Pierpaolo Tiano
- Cinematographers: Lorenzo Senatore
- Editors: William Daniels, John Quinn
- Runtime: 88 min / 1h 28min
- Year: 2005
- MPAA Rating: R
- Oscars: 0
- Awards: 0
- Nominations: 0
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