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Shocking Dark

Take "Aliens," throw in a little "Terminator," add creatures that are somewhere between "Humanoids From The Deep" and "Forbidden World," and you've got this effective monsterfest, featuring attributes such as awesome locations, cool costumes, and creepy cinematography...

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Take "Aliens," throw in a little "Terminator," add creatures that are somewhere between "Humanoids From The Deep" and "Forbidden World," and you've got this effective monsterfest, featuring attributes such as awesome locations, cool costumes, and creepy cinematography. Plus your favorite scenes of Ripley and Newt! Oh, sorry. I mean "Sarah" and "Samantha." Sure, it lacks originality, but you gotta respect a movie that brazenly combines the plots of two mainstream American films, and does it with style.

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AKA:Terminator II
Director:Bruno Mattei
Year:1990
Language:English. Japanese subs.
Format:W
Audio Quality:9.0
Video Quality:9.0
Starring:Christopher Ahrens Haven Tyler Geretta Geretta Fausto Lombardi Mark Steinborn Clive Riche Dominica Coulson

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