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BiteA seemingly harmless bite transforms a young woman (Elma Begovic) into an insect-like creature that needs human flesh for her eggs. As her transformation becomes complete, she discovers that everything can change with a single bite.Genre: HorrorCountry: InternationalDuration: 90 minQuality: HDRelease: 2015IMDb: 4.9
Actors of "Bite"
Directors of "Bite"Chad ArchibaldBirthdate: 30 July 1981, Guelph, Ontario, Canada
Creators of "Bite"Chad ArchibaldBirthdate: 30 July 1981, Guelph, Ontario, CanadaJayme Laforest
Critic Reviews of "Bite"RogerEbert.comMay 06, 2016
At its best, and it gets pretty good after a really rocky start, "Bite" is a clever gorefest with some creative twists and turns.Los Angeles TimesMay 05, 2016
After an opening 10 minutes that promises something depressingly mediocre, the film takes a turn to the atmospheric and gruesome, and winds up being one of the year's more provocative shockers.Entertainment WeeklyMay 05, 2016
It seems to exist merely to spoil your appetite.NerdistOctober 11, 2016
Bite is one of the best indie horror films I've seen all year.Daily DeadAugust 15, 2016
Bite is still a wholly ambitious affair and a tenacious effort from Chad Archibald, who proves he has a strong grasp of how to make an intelligent horror movie that often defies genre expectations.TheFrightFile.comAugust 02, 2016
"Bite" is a slimily well-made creature feature undercut by its near-constant divorce from logic.Examiner.comMay 21, 2016
While Bite will make you squirm with mounds and mounds of bile-inducing horror, the film fails to offer much else as you care little about any of the characters and the story is familiar ground that has been done before with more satisfying resultsQ Network Film DeskMay 15, 2016
an expertly rendered gross-out that never takes itself too seriously, although there are times when you wish it had taken itself a little more seriouslyFlick FilosopherMay 10, 2016
Pro tip, ladies: A pregnancy test that comes up positive might just mean you are incubating some exotic fish-bug nasties. Ask your doctor!Aisle SeatMay 05, 2016
If you want a well-rounded horror film that has more going on than a serious ick factor, this one comes up a bit lacking.Film Journal InternationalMay 05, 2016
Shame on anyone who falls for the hype.About.comMay 04, 2016
Bite is rife with unfulfilled potential. Even if all you want is to be grossed out, it doesn't push the envelope far enough and lacks the originality and sense of fun that could've made it a cult favorite.
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