Rats: Night of Terror
|Rats: Night of Terror|
|Story by||Bruno Mattei|
|Music by||Luigi Ceccarelli|
|Cinematography||Franco Delli Colli|
Set 225 years after a nuclear holocaust in 2015 in the modern day, the survivors are divided between those who live in comfortable underground cities and the "New Primitives" who live in the sunlight. A group of 11 of these people come across a mysterious, abandoned village. Despite the presence of numerous horribly mutilated corpses, the adventurers decide to settle in town after discovering a large amount of food, a greenhouse with various fruit trees and a reservoir of drinking water. The following night hundreds and hundreds of hungry genetically mutated rats are ready to attack them one by one.
In the end, Chocolate and Video are the sole survivors but are surrounded by voracious, contaminated rats. As they contemplate suicide, teams in hazmat suits appear from the sewers gas all the rats and save the pair. As the pair thank their saviors and remark they are all friends because they are of the same human race. The lead of the rescue team removes his mask, revealing himself to be a humanoid rat.
- Ottaviano Dell'Acqua as Kurt (as Richard Raymond)
- Geretta Geretta as Chocolate (as Janna Ryann)
- Massimo Vanni as Taurus (as Alex McBride)
- Gianni Franco as Video (as Richard Cross)
- Ann-Gisel Glass as Myrna
- Cindy Leadbetter as Diana
- Henry Luciani as Duke
- Fausto Lombardi as Deus (as Tony Lombardo)
- Jean-Christophe Brétigniere as Lucifer (as Christoph Bretner)
- Katharine Troth (as Kat)
- Laura Avakian (as Laura)
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