Tibor Takács

Director Tibor Takács Movies / Films:

Spiders (2013) aka Spiders 3D (2013) Bunks (2013) aka Camp Bushwhack (2013) "My Babysitter's a Vampire" (2011) Ice Spiders (2007) aka Cold Snap (2007) Mega Snake (2007) Kraken: Tentacles of the Deep (2006) aka Deadly Water (2006) Mansquito (2005) aka Mosquito Man (2005) Rats (2003) "The Outer Limits" (1995) aka The New Outer Limits (1995) The Gate II: Trespassers (1990) aka Gate 2: The Trespassers (1990) I, Madman (1989) The Gate (1987)

Reviewed Movies Directed by Tibor Takács

  • Ice Spiders (2007)

    Ice Spiders 2007

    Ice Spiders (2007) is a science fiction horror movie that failed horribly. Director Tibor Takács (I, Madman (1989), Spiders (2013), The Gate (1987)) should stop making movies about enormous spiders.…

  • Mega Snake (2007)

    Mega Snake 2007

    Because his father was killed by a poisonous snake bite, Les Daniels has a deadly fear of snakes. Chaos ensues when Les’ brother accidentally unleashes a rare, extremely deadly mythical snake. The…

  • Kraken - Tentacles of the Deep (2006)

    Kraken - Tentacles of the Deep 2006

    Thirty years ago, Ray Reiter (Charlie O'Connell, TV's Sliders) witnessed the brutal death of his parents at sea by a strange, octopus-like creature. Now determined to exact revenge, he joins…

  • Mansquito (2005)

    Mansquito 2005

    Mansquito (2005) is an American Sci-Fi horror movie that is also known as Mosquitoman. Director Tibor Takács (The Gate (1987), Sabrina the Teenage Witch (1996), I, Madman (1989), Spiders (2013))…

  • Killer Rats (2003)

    Killer Rats 2003

    At Brookdale Institute, where the wealthy fo for rehab, something lurks behind the walls. Years ago, they conducted experiments on lab rats. The scientists have moved on?but the rats remain and have mutated…

  • Gate 2: The Trespassers (1990)

    Gate 2: The Trespassers 1990

    Remember The Gate? A very fun and entertaining little horror flick that never achieved much popularity and was pretty much destined to show on HBO now and again back in the day. Stephen Dorff's film debut…

  • I, Madman (1989)

    I, Madman 1989

    Gothic nightmares collide with gritty realism in this "stylish horror thriller [that] pulls you in and makes you pay attention" (Los Angeles Times)! Laced with sly humor, this "imaginative,…

  • The Gate (1987)

    The Gate 1987

    Mediocre late 80's supernatural horror that would have benefited from some gratuitous violence/gore and nudity. I saw THE GATE when it first came out and for all these years I've thought that…