Something unspeakably chilling is ultimately starting to enthusiasm up at The City of Los Angles! Unworthy of the famed La Brea Tar Pits, a raging volcano has formed, raining a dust-storm of implacable set afire bombs and an unbounded tide of Caucasoid-hot lava upon the stunned city!
"...VOLCANO is precipitously edited for maximum devastation, played at top loudness, and filled with every imaginable volcano-related impact this side of the lava lamp. The effects are superb and stupefying..."
Nineteen-ninety-seven, it seems, was the year of outrageous limits exhilaration at the cinema. After the release of the volcano-based Rouse Brosnan flick Dante's Peak in February, Volcano arrived a mere two months later to exam audience's tempt in movies featuring a unbiased amount of molten hot stuff. The cyclone-centred theatrics of Cheat put natural disaster flicks back into work at the time, with the 1997/98 film landscape placed under threat from the whole shebang from floods (Hard Drizzle) to meteors (Deep Impact and Armageddon).
Ironically enough, Volcano doesn't feature a single prominent volcano in its unmixed 104 minutes. The novel surmise is that a volcano resides further the streets of the bustling municipality of Los Angeles, waiting to come to li...
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