Bats: Blutige Ernte (TV Movie 2007)

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Bats: Blutige Ernte: Directed by Jamie Dixon. With David Chokachi, Michael Jace, Pollyanna McIntosh, Martin Papazian. After eight years since the events of the first film, a scientist has designed a new species of bat genetically designed to be biological weapons in a confrontation between Chechen and Americans.

“After watching many horror films over the years, the idea of bats being the central feature of a film never really crossed my mind. Bats sometimes are in the background but not the stars of the show. These little mammals are obviously small and maybe a little creepy but unless you get very close, I just donu0026#39;t find them very scary.u003cbr/u003eu003cbr/u003eThat said in 1999 came the movie Bats which received negative reviews and has been long forgotten. Bats was only for die hard horror fans. Then close to ten years later in 2007 and really out of nowhere, came this sequel on the SyFy channel, Bats: Human Harvest.u003cbr/u003eu003cbr/u003eThe setting is supposed to be Afghanistan but unfortunately it looks nothing like Afghanistan. Here there is a Delta Force groups of soldiers trying to track down a terrorist who is a rogue American weapons researcher but along the way, they are attacked by genetically-altered killer bats. u003cbr/u003eu003cbr/u003eLooking at this, the main reason this film fails is because of the bats. There are no close ups of the bats and they are very generic and boring. They just donu0026#39;t work as a villain or a source of danger. Being a SyFy film, there are many unknown actors who are shallow and really struggle at times. All in all, the horror aspects as well as the CGI here is just of very low quality.u003cbr/u003eu003cbr/u003eOne thing I was wondering is just what does this film want to be? It has horror aspects to it but it also contains a war story that is itself pretty shallow and wouldnu0026#39;t work on itu0026#39;s own as a war film. Frankly, I do not think war stories mesh well with horror ideas so this puzzle doesnu0026#39;t really fit even though it is original no doubt.u003cbr/u003eu003cbr/u003eBats: Human Harvest is frankly very low quality junk horror that is very hard to sit through and I couldnu0026#39;t wait until it was over. Frankly this series is useless and unnecessary.”


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