Evil nuclear power plant manager is dumping nuclear waste in a forest. People start getting killed. Drunken PhD in power plant starts tracking radiation in the forest. More people killed. Newspaper reporter and local boy and girl start investigating. Still more people killed. Townspeople try to remove nuclear waste. Yet more people killed. EPA cleans up the mess with bulldozers.
Ira Kroll <ira_kroll@Mac.lover.org>
they grow, they know, they stalk, they kill, not you average houseplant.
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Did You Know?
Epic Productions originally intended to release the film theatrically in 1992, but due to financial issues, the film ended up going straight-to-video in 1993. See more
When the little boy opens the present from his sister, he clearly pulls out a box. The next shot, he is holding the plastic carnivorous plant. See more
Next stop will be Littleton.
The Japanese VHS released by RCA/Columbia in 1991 presents the film under its original title and also actually runs 3 minutes longer than the Columbia TriStar VHS, released as "The Crawlers." See more
Referenced in The Cinema Snob: Elves