The BBC reports that northern England is currently under attack by exploding zombie caterpillars.
From the report:
Caterpillars are being killed by a bug which turns them into "exploding zombies", a wildlife expert has said. Lancashire, Manchester and North Merseyside Wildlife Trust said the skins of insects have been found on Winmarleigh Moss, near Garstang.
The caterpillars usually eat heather and bilberry but are being infected by a baculovirus which causes them to seek light so they climb up trees where they explode and the baculovirus is released to seek new hosts.
Fortunately higher animals such as humans are immune from such things ... or not!
The blandest movie I ever watched - no amount of publicity's gonna make me buy that garbage on bluray
Bland is fair. But it wasn't garbage. Just unfocused with flat characterization since you had all that couples drama as partners were dying left and right without us being emotionally invested in any of them.
Overall, while I agree it's not worth a bluray seeing how rewatchabilty is pointless, you could easily do worse with other bargain-bin picksor a netflix video on demands.
Bland is fair. But it wasn't garbage.
To me, bland=garbage.Even with B-movies, I'm able to get a lol or two on the account of how unrealistic the scenario can be or how marionette-like the play of the actors. I used to have "bad movie nights" until all the movie rentals around went busted (no, I don't intend to netflix soon) but I still won't pick Alien Convenant a second time even if someone pays me for.
It can't always be caviar...
But it doesn't need be bland. Look, spices aren't that expensive [amazon.com]