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Bats

Rating:R (for some graphic, bloody bat attacks)
Genre:Suspense/Thriller, Horror
Release Date:October 22, 1999
Running time:99 minutes
Cast:Lou Diamond Phillips, Dina Meyer, Bob Gunton, Leon
Director:Louis Morneau
Producer:Brad Jenkel, Louise Rosner
Writer:John Logan
Distributor:Destination Films

Description: When the small Texas town of Gallup experiences a series of inexplicable bat attacks on local residence, the government calls upon eminent wildlife Zoologist Dr. Sheila Casper to investigate. Although usually a harmless and rather gentle animal, swarms of bats have suddenly become vicious, making Gallup a very dangerous place after the sun goes down. Sheila teams up with town sheriff Emmett Kimsey to discover why these nocturnal mammals have changed their behavior. As the attacks escalate, Sheila and Kimsey must locate and destroy the swarm's cave before the killing spreads.

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