Critic Consensus: An affectionate throwback to 1950s creature features, Tremors reinvigorates its genre tropes with a finely balanced combination of horror and humor.
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Critic Reviews for Tremors
It's a zippy melodrama for small-town America and small-towners at heart: well-executed kitsch for audiences that will still be amused at the notion that the bugs are getting so big, they'll drag us all down.
Tremors is the Slacker of monster movies: bemused, improvisatory, willfully low-key.
Unlike the typical movie homage, Tremors actually improves on the B-movies that inspired it.
Tremors has a few clever twists but ultimately can't decide what it wants to be - flat-out funny, which it's not, or a scarefest.
Horror/comedies often tread too far to one side or the other of that fine line; Tremors walks it like a tightrope.
Audience Reviews for Tremors
A cult classic. A great low budget B-movie feel to it, very funny to. Everyone should love this.
Now this is what a monster movie should be like: tense, entertaining as hell, funny and super well made - and I don't mean only those gooey creatures that look really nice on screen, but it is really cool how they make all those houses shake on their foundations like that.
Big fun B-movie as underground monsters terrorize a small desert town. Thick with good ole boy charm and whimsy its simply just plain great for families as survival is something that only happens with everyone's help. Michael Gross and Reba McIntire are standouts as Tea Partiers gone wild.
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