The worms have turned.
They're back! The giant underground creatures that terrorised a desert town in Tremors are now plowing their way through Mexican oil fields, gobbling up everything and everyone around - and only one man can stop them! In the style of its predecessor, this comedy sci-fi creature feature reunites Fred Ward as down on his luck Earl Bassett and Michael Gross as gung-ho survivalist Burt Gummer, two desert desperados who take on the task of destroying the monsters.
Partnered with them is Christopher Gartin, a young guy in need of kicks, cash and a career change, and Helen Shaver, a sexy and intrepid scientist who's seen it all... until now. Together they devise an ingenious plan for tracking and killing the creatures that is filled with high-speed action and plenty of laughs - until the predators wise-up.
It's a tongue-in-cheek thriller from the creative team that brought you the original Tremors, with new, outrageous creature effects from Jurassic Park's Phil Tippett and Jumanji's Alec Gillis and Tom Woodruff, Jr.
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Tremors 2: Aftershocks on Blu-ray is brilliant and funny.
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