“Larva” Airs on Sci Fi Tomorrow

The Sci Fi Channel’s creature feature, Larva, will be airing tomorrow morning at 11:00 a.m. Eastern/Pacific time.  (Be sure to check your local listings as it airs as early as 8:00 a.m. in some areas.)

Larva stars Vincent Ventresca as a vegetarian veterinarian (I dare you to say that fast three times) who discovers that the town’s meat supply isn’t exactly safe for consumption.  Bet he’s glad he’s a vegetarian; and you might want to become one too after watching this film.  The movie is a mix of science fiction and horror and if you’ve missed it in the past, now is your chance to see it and squirm. 

Larva is also available on DVD and can be purchased at Amazon.com, as well as rented from Netflix.

For you filmmakers, here’s an article on Kodak’s site about how cinematographer Stephen Lighthill achieved the look of the film:

Larva – How Stephen Lighthill ASC Painted One Scary Story

Okay, I think I’ll go have a nice juicy steak now.

2 thoughts on ““Larva” Airs on Sci Fi Tomorrow

  1. I watched that when it was on the first time, just because Vince was in it. It was really creepy, but I watched it and it was nice to see Vince again since they don’t play re-runs of IMan anymore.

    Also, that link doesn’t seem to be working anymore. I wanted to read the article, but I guess I can’t.

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