Jacqueline Lovell, Jonathan Norman, Nanette Bianchi, Costas Koromilas and Blake Bailey
Format Used: Netflix DVD
Contains: Graphic Language, Graphic Violence, Nudity, Graphic Sexual Content, Drug Use
A scientist is out to prove the existence of the eighth dimention. He enlists a street kid to help him. He promised him
a ton of money just for taking in some experimental chemical and looking in a scope.
He looks in but instead of seeing into another dimention, a creature from that dimention goes into him and emerges out
of his eye socket. The creature is a ten foot eye. As strange as it seems it's a very horny ten foot eye and the under sexed
women of this apartment complex is about to get a wake up call.
This is a pretty fun and cool movie. Now it's not perfect by any means. It's thin, the nudity makes the plot thin and the
characters are a tad 2-dimentional. But men will find this a cool T & A movie. It has impressive effects for a small
budget and the premise is kind of cool. All and all a cool movie and I give it...9 STARS. A true buried treasure.
I wouldn't call this an epic by any means. The plot is very thin and the characters are very two-dimentional. I would have
to say in it's defense it is kind of cool and the eye effects are impressive. But I wouldn't call it a buried treasure and
I give it....5 STARS.
ON THE POSITIVE SIDE (- HITS):
+ EFFECTS (The eye effects is cool, very cool.)
+ CAST (The cast did their best with what they had.)
+ STORY (For the most part, the story worked. Even if it was a little thin.)
+ MEN (Men will like this movie for all the pretty girls.)
ON THE NEGATIVE SIDE (- MISSES):
- THIN (The story was a little on the thin side.)
- CHARACTERS (The characters were a tad two-dimentional.)
- NOT FOR EVERYONE (If you are offended or don't like allot of nudity in your monster movies. Then this isn't for you.)