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Terror Birds

Terror Birds (2016) Movie Poster
USA  •    •  87m  •    •  Directed by: Sean Cain.  •  Starring: Jessica Lee Keller, Lindsey Sporrer, Greg Evigan, Leslie Easterbrook, Dillon Cavitt, Evan Miller, Sarah Joy Byington, Heath Allyn, Mark Hanson, Craig Nigh, Sam Stinson, David Lee Hess, Carlton Caudle.  •  Music by: Mario Salvucci.
       When Maddy Stern discovers her father has gone missing during a routine birdwatching excursion, she and her college pals trek out into the wilderness to find him, only to end up in a wealthy scientist's desolate ranch aviary, where they encounter a pair of giant, hungry terror birds believed to be extinct for centuries.

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Keith Stern (Craig Nigh) is an avid bird watcher deep in the heart of Texas, where he has a cabin. He is attempting to see the Crested Caracara, but instead crosses into posted land and gets the thrill of seeing a "life bird" although not indigenous. Unfortunately the "life bird" sees him and invites him to lunch.

His daughter Maddy (Jessica Lee Keller, aka Jordanna Brewster light) decides to look for dad instead of getting her eyebrows done. She brings along some college buddies..all who have to strip down to bra and panties when crossing a knee deep river. There is some rivalry within the group which is kept to the level of humorous banter. The Blond (Lindsey Sporrer) is called a slut-o-saurous and she describes themselves "salty sweaty student skewers."

Guide: No swearing, sex, or nudity. SyFy quality. Might be okay for tween family night if you don't mind heads getting ripped off and a bit of blood squirt.


Review by Michael Ledo from the Internet Movie Database.

 

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Mar 13 2016, 13:49
Mar 13 2016, 13:49