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Blu-ray Review - The Satan Bug


1965's "The Satan Bug" is director John Sturges's follow-up to "The Great Escape," moving from the punishment of World War II to, well, the end of the world. A bio-terror production adapted by James Clavell and Edward Anhalt (from the novel by Ian Stuart), "The Satan Bug" digs into a secret world of deadly viruses and hidden government installations to find a cinematic level of suspense. While poky at times, the picture is successful with an epic tale of investigation and terrifying discovery, with Sturges generating a coolly unnerving doomsday atmosphere that provides adequate motivation for the characters. Read the rest at


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