Steven Spielberg and Joe Dante's 1984 film GREMLINS was an indisputably violent picture chronicling the mayhem wreaked on a community by a group of strange little creatures. For all its problems, at least the film got a reaction from its audience. This bland horror comedy, an unashamed
GREMLINS rip-off, doesn't even do that. The story opens in a South American cave where an anthropologist (Harvey Korman) is looking for an alien he hopes will bring him professional recognition. Accompanying him is his teenaged son (Charles Stratton), who takes a dim view of his father's
activities. But, lo and behold, what should they stumble upon but a small creature hidden behind ...