Directed by: Jeff Lieberman
Actors: Don Scardino, Patricia Pearcy, R.A. Dow
Also known as: A Noite do Terror Rastejante, I carnivori venuti dalla savana, La nuit des vers géants
Description: I grew up watching Squirm. Must’ve seen it at least a hundred times and I never get tired of it. Jeff Lieberman has only a relative few films to his credit but with Squirm, Blue Sunshine and Just Before Dawn, he has made quite a name for himself in the horror genre. He’s one of my favorite directors, one whom I’ve had the pleasure of meeting and he impressed me as being a really nice guy. Lieberman also gives a great commentary on his films and Squirm is no exception. Informative, insightful and often hilarious, it’s everything a good commentary should be.
After a strong storm in one of the southern rainy nights a small provincial town Fly Creek lost due to damage to the high voltage electricity lines. Cable lines, continued to supply power, not only in the homes of peaceful villagers and went straight into the soil infested with earthworms. From such a serious “shock” of worms harmless creatures turned into dangerous monsters, hungry for human blood, which soon, and spilled …