Slugs (film)

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Slugs, muerte viscosa
Slugs-film-poster.jpg
Directed by Juan Piquer Simón
Produced by Dister Films, José Antonio Escrivá, Francesca DeLaurentiis, Juan Piquer Simon
Written by Novel:
Shaun Hutson
Screenplay:
Juan Piquer Simon
Ron Gantman
Starring Michael Garfield
Kim Terry
Cinematography Julio Bragado
Edited by Antonio Gimeno
Richard Rabjohn
Distributed by New World Pictures
Release dates February, 1988 (USA)
Running time 89 min.
Language English

Slugs, muerte viscosa is a 1988 American/Spanish horror film based on the novel Slugs by Shaun Hutson.

Synopsis[edit]

A rural town becomes prey to a strain of black slugs spawned from toxic waste dumping. It is up to the local health inspector to stop them. People are dying mysteriously and gruesomely. Only health worker Mike Brady has a possible solution, but his theory of killer slugs is laughed at by the authorities. Only when the body count begins to rise and a slug expert begins snooping around does it begin to appear as though Mike might be right.

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