Tremors 5: Bloodlines (2015) - Action, Adventure, Comedy

Hohum Score

31

Bearable

The giant, man-eating Graboids are back and even deadlier than before, terrorizing the inhabitants of a South African wildlife reserve as they attack from below-and above.

IMDB: 5.3
Director: Don Michael Paul
Stars: Brandon Auret, Natalie Becker
Length: 99 Minutes
PG Rating: PG-13
Reviews: 5 out of 41 found boring (12.19%)

One-line Reviews (33)

Some plot-points seems to resolve themselves too quickly while others are too dragged out.

Still, to get to the point, the movie is fairly enjoyable to watch.

A series continues its slow, steady decline .

Well worth watching this brings back some of the thrills from the first 2 movies together with retaining that witty humorous dialogs, and camera techniques, action sequences, campy fun and the "A grade 90's comedy-creature fest film with 50's B-movie panache" which made the original movie so successful.

All and all it was entertaining.

If you like Tremours series you love this,Tremours was the first ever horror movie I saw , when I was five I loved it then and love it now I found sequels really enjoyable.

Not the best Tremors installment, but enjoyable all the same .

Deuce and John Welpley weren't able to fully exploit the premise, telling a bland story with abundant ideas copied from various classic movies (seriously, that scene in the kitchen with the monster stalking two persons is a shameless copy of Jurassic Park).

Stunning, nerve-wrecking action sequences highlight this installment.

This is an agreeable followup, an entertaining, fun and quite bemusing juvenile romp.

The warmth and humor that made the first three films so enjoyable and fun to watch is missing in this installment of the series.

Looked like they could use more budget, however the characters are fun, Burt Gummer is still awesome, the movie is action packed.

The plot doesn't escape familiarity, but exciting casting and no shortage of action with a pace that doesn't catch a breath compensates.

From the opening attack out in the bushlands where the victim falls into the underground tunnel and discovered topside, the creatures' first attack on the campsite as the night-vision goggles are useless to prevent it from attacking the guides inside, the bridge ambush against the flying form and finally the non-stop finale where they locate the nests and destroy it, the big assault at the second sanctuary that destroys the whole facility and the big action-packed finale where they finally get the creatures for good, this whole section of the film is highly enjoyable and manages to get some highly exciting moments.

Enjoyable and fun return to form for the series .

For me the only part which felt like a real Tremors moment was when Burt was being dragged along in a cage by his new partner in monster hunting.

Whether it be supplying us with wonderful belly-laughs or thrilling us with great action and problem-solving, Burt's back in a big, bad way.

As I said on the beginning of this review, none of the sequels (or prequel) of Tremors are nowhere near the level of the original film, but at least, they are moderately entertaining despite their mediocrity.

Imagine the joy I felt when all my apprehensions were allayed - "Tremors 5: Bloodlines" is a giddily entertaining thrill ride for 90 wicked minutes.

I want Jamie Kennedy to suffer a slow painful death .

Beyond that, this one turned out rather fun and enjoyable.

The film is so flat and uninteresting, with NO cool angles or engaging shots.

It's worth the watch.

This time around it's basically just the Burt Gummer show, with other characters ranging from bland to irksome.

There is a scene I especially disliked where Burt goes temporarily insane/crazy while trapped in a lion cage, the scene was not funny, it was not in keeping with Burt's character, and it went on way too long.

He's about as irritating as you'd think: memes, pop culture references, shouting and overreacting about everything, completely stupid and makes situations worse, extremely annoying and pointless.

Worth watching .

Overall this one here offers quite an enjoyable and exciting rebirth of the series.

This nicely extends into the action here which is where the film really gets quite good as the numerous confrontations throughout here are pretty exciting, fun and action-packed offering plenty of enjoyable features.

The script gives him two or three new toys, as well as a criminally dull new partner in no-name actor Jamie Kennedy.

There were some genuinely well-written and executed sequences of terror (one stand-out sequence involving a bridge is probably the best "intense" scenes in the whole series for a few expert scares it employs), and it's balanced perfectly with just enough moments of humor.

What really tends to give this one a lot of enjoyment is the fact that there's such an exciting and coherent tone with the rest of the franchise despite this one again going for pretty much the same route as its predecessors did.

It continues the traditions of the franchise (from the inclusion of a new comedic sidekick to the fact the film introduces introduces new evolutionary traits to the "Graboid" family) while introducing new ideas, a fascinating new setting and building off of what's come before.