|Starring:||Richard Hawkins, Linnea Quigley, Michael Aranda, Ken Abraham|
|Directors:||David DeCoteau, David Decoteau|
|Run time:||1 hour 9 minutes|
|Rental release:||17 Sep 2007|
Most helpful review
Linnea QuigleyBy a customer from Blackpool , 24 Nov 2004
[Highly rated reviewer]When I was young there were videos that I wouldn't watch because the covers scared me. The video cover to 'Creepozoids', along with 'Street Trash' (which I eventually owned years later) scared me the most. Most people won't expect much from a film with a title such as Creepozoids - but if you can cope with the acting you may find this an enjoyable horror flick with some inventive SFX.
It Never Ends!!!By ScytherMaverick (51 reviews) from Reading , 05 Oct 2008This film wasn't terrible, but it wasn't good either. It was simply a movie you could watch if nothing else was on. The acting is bad like with most low budget horror movies but the idea isn't too bad. The only thing I will say is that the end seems to go on forever for absolutely no reason.
None of the characters are really likable and nothing really remarkable happens, just an average low budget horror movie so expect no thrills or chills.
Average sci-fi nonsenseBy a customer from London , 06 Jun 2008This starts well with a gritty abandoned urban landscape conjuring up a low-budget post-apocalyptic world but sadly it soon tales off. The monster is laughable and while some interesting questions are raised as to what exactly is going on they are never properly explained and it makes you wonder exactly why they bothered.
CreepozoidsBy Jugulum (93 reviews) from Up my own passage! , 27 Sep 2005Set in the far distant future of 1998 ;o) A world destroyed by war 5 people stumble on an underground bunker and then the fun begins.
Poor acting and hardly any script, you can see shades of Alien in the monster shame it was made nearly 10 years after Alien though.
Good for a laugh and even if it is bad its only just over an hour long!
Poor but amusing.By Sloan (28 reviews) from Portadown, Northern Ireland , 23 May 2005The movie feature a whopping great cast of six people, none of whom can act. It's a tiresome story about being trapped in a building with a genetically engineered monster; what the word 'creepozoid' has to do with anything, I don't know. The only redeeming quality is that it raises a chuckle now and then - except it's not supposed to be funny. Watch out for the giant rat; the only animation in it is when the actors ram it do their own throats, trying desperately to make us believe they're being attacked. Poor, poor, poor - if slighly amusing.
Ha! Ha!By Ste from Isle Of Man , 08 Dec 2004Where do I begin??
So bad, its Great!!!
Get a pizza, a few beers and a few mates. Stick this on and laugh yourself stupid for 90 minutes.