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Day of Reckoning

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USA  •    •  85m  •    •  Directed by: Joel Novoa.  •  Starring: Jackson Hurst, Heather McComb, Jay Jay Warren, Hana Hayes, Nick Gomez, Raymond J. Barry, Barbara Crampton, Randy Vasquez, Daz Crawford, Maz Siam, Luis E. Carazo, Ricardo Chacon, Vaughn Wilkinson.  •  Music by: Emilio Kauderer.
        When the world was invaded by underground creatures that wanted to wipe out mankind from Earth, the post-apocalyptic survivors called The Day of Reckoning. Fifteen years later, people have the same signs indicating that a new attack is coming and they seek out shelter for protection. What will happen to mankind this time?


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Day Of Reckoning: Strange creatures burst forth from the bowels of the Earth. Some fly, others walk, trot or whatever, generally of a lizarddinosaur type but a couple of varieties are humanoid. an epic battle is fought with them for 24 hours, eventually they are beaten. Fifteen years later and all of the signs which preceded the previous attack are lining up: seismic activity: check; dead esalife being washed ashore in shoals check; an Eclipse of the Sun: due shortly. Yes the creatures arrive again.

The ground creatures are well imagined but the flyers look a bit ropey. Still there's one darkly funny scene where people are arguing about who'll drive a car when the loudmouth knowitall is carried off by a flying creature. Some see the coming of the creatures as God's Judgement, literally accepting them as Demons. A Cult even welcomes this End of the World. The film follows one family as they attempt to escape from the attack. Chaotic traffic jams as people flee, shelters full.

So-so acting but a couple of likeable characters, some dodgy effects, pedestrian direction but enjoyable nevertheless. About what you would expect from most SyFy Channel films.

Review by Pairic from the Internet Movie Database.