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Format: DVD
Sku: 40094972
UPC: 025192021824
UPC 14: 00025192021824
Rating: Game Rating Code
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They say there's nothing new under the sun. But under the ground...
Subterrean maneaters invade a tiny nevada town. Features alternate endings and more.

"...snappy, hilarious...An instant cult classic.  Noel Murray, Nashville Scene
"A high-end horror film, very clever, funny and scary.  Jeffrey M. Anderson, San Francisco Examiner
"A flawless B-movie about giant, underground worm creatures...  Jon Niccum, Lawrence Journal-World
"In the tradition of the 50s horror movies, Tremors is bound to become a classic.  Richard Schickel, Time
", funny and clever enough to make it all worth watching...worth the price...  The Sci-Fi Movie Page

Editor's Note
The race to higher ground is on when two handymen and a local seismology student discover that their little town of Perfection, Nevada, is infested with stinky subterranean man-eating worms. Starring Kevin Bacon, Fred Ward, and Michael Gross, TREMORS is a well-done comedy-horror film that salutes a host of horror films from bygone years. Fans of the movie will enjoy the sequels starring Gross: TREMORS 2: AFTERSHOCKS, TREMORS 3: BACK TO PERFECTION, and TREMORS 4: THE LEGEND BEGINS.


Video Features DVD, Letterbox, Aspect Ratio 1.85:1, English, Spanish, French, Dolby

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Release Information
Video Mfg Name Studio: Universal
Video Release Date Release Date: 8/24/2004
Video Play Time Running Time: 95 minutes
Video Release Year Original Release Date: 1989
Video CategoryId Catalog ID: 20218
Video UPC UPC: 00025192021824
Video Number of Discs Number of Discs: 1

Audio & Video
Video Original Language Original Language: English
Video Audio Spec Available Audio Tracks: English [CC], English, French Dubbed, Spanish Dubbed
Video Subtitle Available Subtitles: Spanish
Video Color Spec Video: Color

Aspect Ratio
Video Aspect Ratio Widescreen  1.85:1

Cast & Crew

Video Cast Info Finn Carter
Video Cast Info Fred Ward
Video Cast Info Kevin Bacon
Video Cast Info Michael Gross
Video Cast Info Reba McEntire
Video Cast Info Ron Underwood - Director
Video Cast Info Alexander Gruszynski - Director of Photography
Video Cast Info Ernest Troost - Musical Score
Video Cast Info Brent Maddock - Screenplay
Video Cast Info S.S. Wilson - Screenplay
Video Cast Info Tom Woodruff, Jr. - Special Effects
Video Cast Info Alec Gillia - Special Effects
Plot Summary
A couple of luckless dreamers leave the small town of Perfection and cross the desert in search of odd jobs. Instead of a pot of gold, they find worms... humungous man-eating worms that tunnel underground and eat everything in sight, from men to automobiles. With quick thinking -- and a conveniently placed cement wall -- the duo outwit the hungry sand beasts. Back home they brag of their escape to the weird collection of townsfolk. A seismologist who just happens to be studying the area tells them there are lots more of the creatures hanging around. And, like everybody else, the worms are aiming for Perfection...

Professional Reviews

USA Today
"...Filmgoers ravenous for classic scares should wiggle over to TREMORS. Not since ALIEN has there been a creature feature that so well honors the genre, plus throws in some squirm-producing twists..." 01/19/1990 p.1D

Entertainment Weekly
"...A small, sardonic gem....Ward and Bacon make a marvelous Mutt-and-Jeff team..." -- Rating: B 04/12/1996 pp.74-5

Los Angeles Times
"...A jocular good-time monster movie with surprises up its sleeve..." 01/19/1990 p.F10

Sight and Sound
"...Engaging....The film benefits from laconic, salt-of-the-earth performances from Fred Ward and Kevin Bacon..." 03/01/2001 p.66

Total Film
"...A great cast and a cheek full of tongue help to make this one of the most enjoyable monster movies since they were old enough to be ironic..." 04/01/2001 p.105

Total Film
"TREMORS is a horror film with a heart; a monster movie with magic....It's a B-movie that has transcended its humble goal to entertain us -- instead, it's entranced us." 06/01/2006 p.134

Ultimate DVD
4 stars out of 5 -- "A cult B-movie creature feature....TREMORS is a hell of a lot of fun, a suspense-filled treat..." 04/01/2008 p.71

4 stars out of 5 -- "Bacon and Ward make a great double-act, with strong support from Finn Carter..." 03/01/2011

The Sci-Fi Movie Page 7 of 10
Sure, this is 1950s B-movie type stuff but Tremors is fast-paced, funny and clever enough to make it all worth watching. ...worth the price...alone for the funny gun-toting survivalist couple in the movie.

Time Magazine 8 of 10
In the tradition of the 50s horror movies, Tremors is bound to become a classic. - Richard Schickel

Washington Post 7 of 10
Ward...has the rugged looks and good humor of a friendly desperado, while Bacon continues to move beyond his glamour-boy roots and prove himself as an actor; he hasn't been stuck in such a dangerous small town since Footloose. (Director) Underwood comes up with a horror film that's rare in its appropriateness for family audiences (young children not included). - Richard Harrington

Variety 8 of 10
An affectionate send-up of schlocky 1950s monster pics, but with better special effects, Tremors has a few clever twists but ultimately can't decide what it wants to be - flat-out funny, which it's not, or a scarefest...In this case, the threat comes in the form of four house trailer-sized worm-creatures, with multiple serpent like tongues, that tunnel underground before bursting up to devour human prey...All the conventions of the genre are here: a small town in the middle of nowhere isolated from outside help, with a scientist on hand to study strange seismic phenomena. After that, however, the scripters begin to play with those cliches. The scientist, for example, is a pretty young woman (Finn Carter) who doesn't know where the monsters come from or understand why everyone keeps asking her to explain, while the heroes - handyman types Kevin Bacon and Fred Ward - carry on like Curly and Larry in search of Moe...The pacing and action improve considerably as the film goes on, maintaining a tongue-in-cheek approach while the situation becomes more dire.

DVD Verdict 9 of 10
Tremors is unabashedly goofy nonsense, and I mean that in the very best sense. Val, Earl, and all the rest aren't characters so much as walking, talking stereotypes. The characters are a scream because the actors know that playing them as anything else but deadly serious would be fatal to the film; as a result, Bacon, Ward, Gross, and the rest play their characters and deliver their outrageous dialogue with a complete deadpan sincerity that helps to sell the insanity going on around them. Gross in particular goes the extra mile, breaking with his established television persona. I can remember seeing Tremors for the first time years ago and being shocked that this was the same Michael Gross, famous for playing Michael J. Fox's caring, reasonable, liberal, ex-hippie dad on Growing Pains...Tremors is a blast, a nice little horror/comedy that dishes a solid helping of lowbrow laughs along with some surprisingly skillful suspense. It's good Saturday afternoon popcorn fun, nothing more, nothing less. It's also been my mom's favorite movie for years. Given that it has now generated three direct-to-video sequels, there must be a few others out there who love it as well. - Erick Harper

Product Attributes

Product attributeActor:   Bacon,Kevin
Product attributeLabel:   Mca Home Video
Product attributeMusic Format:   DVD
Product attributeVideo Format:   DVD
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