The Glass Trap  (2005)
Glass Trap
Glass Trap - Formiche Assassine
Gyalini Pagida
Marabunta: El Regreso
Nomination Year: 2013
SYNOPSIS: Description Goes Here
Greg Pearson
Smithee Award Nominations
Most Ludicrous Premise
That's Not My Department
A U.S. Department of Agriculture black ops task force so secret even the President doesn't know about them vs. giant angry radioactive terrorist ants.
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Worst Cover Copy
Some Gi-Ant Mistakes
As we saw in the MLP clip, the ants are irradiated, not genetically engineered, and it was an accident, not an experiment gone wrong.
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"Whoops!"
(Also, It's a Goose)
He's wearing the headphones! No, he's not! Yes, he is! (Also, it's a goose.)
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"WHAT?!"
The Power of Rock and Roll
Defeating the ants with The Power Of Rock & Roll.
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Worst Acting
And the Oscar Does NOT Go to Martin Kove
(Martin Kove): Martin is unaccountably happy about the giant angry radioactive terrorist ants.
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Directors
Director Claim to Fame
Fred Olen Ray If there's a contender for worst, most prolific Bad Director ever to (dis)grace Hollywood, he might be second only to Roger Corman. Oh, AND he wrestles under the name "Fabulous" Freddy Valentine. 
Cast
Actor Character Claim to Fame
C. Thomas Howell <Not Yet in Database> Rae Dawn Chong's ex-husband who was Ponyboy Curtis in The Outsiders; was also Soul Man 
Stella Stevens <Not Yet in Database> she was born in "Hot Coffee, Mississippi" 
Siri Baruc <Not Yet in Database> Played herself (more or less) on TV's "Writer's Block" 
Brent Huff <Not Yet in Database> these days, he kind of looks like a Poor Man's "Lance Armstrong" 
Chick Venerra <Not Yet in Database>  
Andrew Prine <Not Yet in Database> also wrote a bit on Claws 
Peter Spellos <Not Yet in Database> does a lot of voice acting for anime series 
Martin Kove <Not Yet in Database> This bulbous-nosed slab of meat plays the beefy guy in almost EVERYTHING; you're almost certain to have seen him (e.g., as "Nero the Hero" in Death Race 2000). 
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