From The Grindhouse Cinema Database
Squirm (1976, USA) is a Eco-Terror film directed by Jeff Lieberman.
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- Featured in: Celluloid Bloodbath: More Prevues From Hell
- Included in: Nature Strikes Back! 10 Eco-Terror Classics
- Released in 1976
- Running Time: 92 min | USA:93 min (uncut version)
- Production Co: American International Pictures (AIP) | Squirm Company
- Distribution Co: American International Pictures (AIP) (1976) (USA) (theatrical) | Ambassador Film Distributors (1976) (Canada) (theatrical)
- Directed by Jeff Lieberman
- Written by Jeff Lieberman
- Starring Don Scardino, Patricia Pearcy, R.A. Dow, Jean Sullivan, Peter MacLean, Fran Higgins
- Produced by Joseph Beruh, Edgar Lansbury, George Manasse
- Original Music by Robert Prince
- Cinematography by Joseph Mangine
- Film Editing by Brian Smedley-Aston
- A storm causes some power lines to break and touch the ground, drawing millions of man-eating worms out of the earth, and into town where they quickly start munching on the locals.
Also known as
- Invasion der Bestien (Germany
- An avalanche of killer worms...writhing across the land in a tidal wave of terror!
- This was the night of the CRAWLING TERROR!
- The Night is Crawling with Killers