Tremors 4: The Legend Begins


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Michael Gross as Hiram Gummer
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Billy Drago as Black Hand Kelly
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Reviewed by ma-cortes5 / 10

Amusing and funny fourth sequel is set in the Old West

Nevada 1889,a mining village called Rejection are happening mysterious events in the mine where die seventeen miners.There live a small group people(a habitual of native roles August Schellemberg,Sara Bostford,J.E Freeman, among others Chinese actors).Then comes Hiram Gummer(Burt's ancestor)played by the usual series Michael Gross.In the desolate plateau where are roaming a beasts,he arrives in the stage line and he brings a lot of luggage and a cycle.Later is hired a famous gunfighter called Black Hand Kelly(Billy Drago)to chase the strange creatures with three tongues.Then they confront against the West's most fearsome predator that savagely stalking its prey,the human group.The large wormlike burrow around in the underground looking for the human food.This time,Gummer will use a large rifle and a steam machine for battling the dreadful giant bugs called Graboids in an epic final fighting...And ultimately the town's name is changed by ¨Perfection¨.

It's an OK and entertaining juvenile entry of the series,is remarkable for FX recreating of the carnivorous and ferocious beasts developing a bloodthirsty hunger for men eating.The giant worms delivers the goods with hair-raising chills,screams,grisly horror when they spontaneously appear.The essential characteristics from the series are the following : A remote plateau in a desert location called Perfection, a solitary misfit group fighting against the astonishment monsters called Graboids and of course the Michael Gross presence as Gummer,besides all are produced by Brent Maddock,Nancy Roberts and SS Wilson.The best is the original directed by Ron Underwood(Fred Ward ,Kevin Bacon),it's followed by inferior sequels aimed to video market :¨Aftershock¨ directed by S.S Wilson (also with Fred Ward and Helen Shaver),¨III Back to Perfection¨ directed by Brent Maddock(Charlotte Stewart,Ariana Richards) and Television series with Gladys Jimenez,Victor Browne,Marcia Strassman and as always Michael Gross.

Reviewed by Leofwine_draca5 / 10

Painless prequel

A TREMORS prequel with a Wild West setting, so at least this feels a little fresh and different from all of the other awful sequels they made; it's undoubtedly the best sequel since part two. Michael Gross is still strangely popular with the fans although I find him quite irritating; much better is Billy Drago who makes the most of a supporting role as a top gunslinger. The set-pieces and action screams B-movie, but it all flows along quite painlessly.

Reviewed by TheLittleSongbird6 / 10

The weakest of the four but still a decent prequel

I call myself a Tremors fan and have enjoyed all four movies. The first is the best of course, but the three films that succeeded it are flawed but equally worthy. This entry is the weakest in some ways, but it was still fun and enjoyable.

I do agree this one is the slowest entry. Not just in the pacing, which is rather lethargic even for Tremors, but also the action which had its jumpy and tense moments but sadly seemed rather subdued and lacklustre. I wasn't hugely keen on the story here either, I loved the idea, but while there are some entertaining parts the slow pacing and lacklustre action made some parts drag a bit, while the direction wasn't as efficient as it could have been. Also I wasn't as impressed with the design of the Graboids this time around, they were great in the previous three but here they seemed too small and somewhat cartoonish.

However, the cinematography is skillful and the scenery is beautiful. The sound effects are great, and when the action isn't lacklustre it does shock you and make you jump. The script has its fair share of funny moments too, and the acting particularly from Michael Gross is decent. Overall, it is a decent prequel, but it was a little messy at times this time around and lacked something. 6/10 Bethany Cox

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