Comedy • R • 1992 • 1 hr 24 min
The usual horror movie plot fatigue. When there is nothing else let’s go to space.
Good enough to watch to finish out the series but I wouldn't go out of my way to watch this one again
You'd think taking the Critters to space would be fun, but this manages to be uninteresting and left more to be desired.
Didn’t really know what it wanted to be. Too much sci-fi; not enough horror/comedy. No likeable characters. Dourif is the only saving grace.
Yet 1 more 4 the original franchise. Brought a nice what I thought was a conclusion to them. Little did I know I'd C a new 1 just this week!
Actually well acted, Brad Dourif, Angela Bassett particularly. But everything else (story, directing, script, efx, etc...) Are weak.
Not as bad as the third one but still barely watchable.
One of the best of the critters
A massive ball of furry creatures from another world eat their way through a small mid-western town followed by intergalactic bounty hunters opposed only by militant townspeople.
A batch of unhatched critter eggs are mistaken for Easter eggs by the country-folk inhabitants of Grover's Bend and, before long, the ferocious furballs are on the rampage again.
In what appears to be a cross between Critters and The Towering Inferno, the residents of a shoddy L.A. apartment block are chased up to the roof by hoards of the eponymous hairy horrors.
Just before bounty hunter Charile triggers his gun to destroy the last two Critter-eggs, he gets a message that it would be illegal to extinguish the race from the galaxy. He's sent a transporter where he puts the eggs - unfortunately the transporter takes him with it and then gets lost in space.
Follows 20-year-old Drea, who reluctantly takes a job babysitting for a professor of a college she hopes to attend. Struggling to entertain the professor's children Trissy and Jake, along with her own little brother Phillip , Drea takes them on a hike, unaware that mysterious alien critters have crash-landed and started devouring every living thing they encounter.