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Reviewed in the United States on March 3, 2019
There was a fascinating idea buried in this film, and it harkened back to the 1950's B horror movies of nature going on the rampage due to radiation. With decent special effects, a decent script, and competent acting it could have been pretty good. OK, I give a pass to the fact that this was extremely low budget, using friends in various parts. And there were a lot of scenery and time and distance disconnects. In the opening part, with the decapitation, I don't think I have ever seen effects like that, and it was duplicated with some of the severed hands. Where the toy jeep got taken by the vines, that was a laugh and a half. Near the end, when they were fighting in the den, that goes back to the special effects like seen in the Ed Wood movies. And when will film makers realize that shooting a bullet into a gas can will not start a fire. This film is really, really bad but in some ways, stupidly funny. A fascinating idea, but killed by such a low budget attempt.