Underground Lizard People (2011)

  • Year: 2011
  • Released: N/A
  • Country: United States
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  • IMDb: https://www.imdb.com/title/tt2095813/
  • Rotten Tomatoes: https://www.rottentomatoes.com/m/underground_lizard_people
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  • Language: English
  • MPA Rating: Not Rated
  • Genre: Horror, Thriller
  • Runtime: 56 min
  • Writer: Jared Cohn, Ron Dubey, Edward M. Erdelac
  • Director: Jared Cohn
  • Cast: Caitlin Gold, Clint Byrne, Lauren Klemp
  • Keywords: lizard, mockumentary, urban legend, cryptozoology, found footage,

Underground Lizard People Storyline

Based on actual eye witness accounts. A group of passionate filmmakers, led by director, Jason Watts, venture deep into the mysterious underground Banning Tunnels to unearth the truth regarding a series of disappearances. After a series of run-ins with some of the tunnel’s inhabitants, including the childlike Roy and the mysterious Chip, the group soon finds the answer to the mystery, a forgotten civilization of half human, half lizards. The young film crew soon become victims of vicious attacks from the creatures and learn that they are lost in the maze of tunnels. They must flee and fight for their lives to avoid making the Banning Tunnels their graves.—Anonymous

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Underground Lizard People Movie Reviews

Disappointing movie

The movie starts out pretty promising, I liked the introduction, the people getting interviewed did a good job, it all felt natural and real – then that terrible intro song started playing . . . It was then I knew this movie was going to be crap, it went from seeming to be well done to total trash within seconds (the girls getting dressed, because you need to have skin showing or a movie isn’t good, right?). I decided to sit through it, it’s a pretty short movie, but really, save your time. It’s not worth it, if you want to get immersed in some underground tunnel action go and read ‘Reliquary’ by Douglas Preston and Lincoln Child. A lot more satisfying.

Not nearly as bad as all of that, but a B Movie in the end.

This is a semi student retelling of an Old Astounding Tales or weird tales story from the 1930’s. I looked through all of my downloads from Librivox, but I couldn’t remember/find the title. It’s not as bad as other are making it out to be, therefore the B for this one is majorly budgeted but still a B Movie. The original story from the 1930’s takes place in New York. I only viewed one real t&a shot throughout, although at the end there is another (kind of) of one or two lizard women. The makeup is horrible but make it kind of fun. They do a horrible job of trying to spin it at the end as a environmental/climate change movie; this is in the interview with the writer/producer. Overall if you like creature features, watch it for fun. It is short and it is real sci-fi. I normally give movies with any political ties lower ratings. This one’s climate change message for the last 2 minutes just make it funnier.

Redefines the word ‘bad’

Imagine the worst thing you’ve ever seen. Then imagine someone made a film that’s even worse. This is that that film. There is probably no script here, no attempt at acting, and no attempt at making something that even resembles a film. It’s a bunch of young people having a chat and pretending to walk through a tunnel. In reality they never move. They are on the same set the entire time. And then you have these abysmally bad interviews with people… My guess is that they were trying to make a kind of parody of found footage films, but failed, because this is not funny. It’s not even mildly entertaining. One ends up trying desperately to figure out what was going on through their minds when they were filming this.