Mexican oil field, a worker is climbing across an aboveground pipe. He’s trying to keep off the ground because of the Graboid
following him. Reaching a bunch of barrels, he falls on the ground and promptly becomes a lunch burrito.
Elsewhere, the ubiquitous Earl is battling an ostrich when a taxi pulls up. Ortega knows that graboids have killed workers at his
oil field and wants Earl to handle it. Remo refuses. The cab driver, Grady, explains he’d be paid a bounty of $50,000 per worm. The
Mexican army will supply the weapons and munitions. Earl finally agrees.
Travel montage must ensue to the oil field. Ortega mentions that they will pay $100,000 for a live Graboid.
Earl meets Dr Kate Reilly. Seismographs have been set up all around to detect where the graboids are in the valley. Later, Earl
and Kate share a touching moment that is ruined by Grady. Never interfere when Remo Williams wants to discover Helen Shaver’s
The next day, Earl and Grady start the hunt. They use remote controlled cars to make enough noise for the graboids to swallow
them completely unaware of the dynamite bomb attached it. Hunting montage with flying entrails ensues. At their lunch break, a
Graboid eats their radio.
The next day the hunt is still going pretty good. Grady wants to start his own theme park. A Graboid manages to snag a chain
attached to the truck and drag them for a distance until the chain breaks. They see there are still quite a few graboids left and need
Burt Gummer, everyone’s favorite gun-toting conspiracy theorist, gets a call from Earl about the graboids.
Back at the oil field office, Kate realizes that graboids are the oldest Earth lifeform. Burt arrives loaded for bear, bison, or buffalo
should they be heavily armored.
Back to the hunt, Burt starts taking those carnivorous super worms down.
Earl and Grady are tracking a Graboid heading away from them. Wrecking the truck, they discover the Graboid can’t move but is
groaning and panting. Grady realizes they have a live one. Earl calls for a ride but will have to wait for several hours first. Grady goes
to check on the graboid. When all is quiet they recheck and discover the graboid’s side eaten from the inside.
Things are awfully creepy. They spot the truck off in the distance. Walking to the truck, Earl and Grady discover the truck shredded
along with Pedro. Our intrepid duo heads to the radio tower.
Burt hasn’t heard from anyone in several hours.
The radio tower is demolished. They find a jeep and hear a noise. They finally see one of the shriekers. Picture a Graboid that is
about 4 feet long and has feet. Kill the monster and get away before more of its compatriots come.
Burt spots a shrieker. Cut away before learning what happened.
Back at the main office, Kate hasn’t reached anyone over the radio. A shrieker gets Julio. Earl and Grady arrive to TCB. Another
shrieker demolishes the jeep. Burt pulls up. He managed to take them all out but saved one shrieker. Everyone is unaware of the
shrieker that was riding on the undercarriage of Burt’s Deuce and Half jeep.
the Shrieker is in a cage. Kate learns it sees in infra-red, body heat. After the shrieker is fed, it whorks up an egg sac. The graboids
are hemaphrodites. The loose shrieker rushes the people. Heading to the last car, Burt has to shoot a shrieker between them and the
car. Unfortunately, the shot goes through the shrieker, wall, and the car engine.
Spotted by the shriekers, Grady climbs up on an oil storage tank. Burt hops into the bull dozer’s cradle. Earl and Kate lure the
shriekers away and climb atop the storage tank.
Earl and Kate have their touching moment when he realizes she was the playmate he’s lusted over for the past 20 years. The
shriekers start trying to climb atop the tank. Burt manages to lure the little worm suckers away and trap them into the warehouse.
Unfortunately, they realize the warehouse is full of food. Earl douses himself with CO2 extinguisher to mask his body
heat to go into the warehouse and grabs some bombs from Burt’s truck. The shriekers haven’t spotted Earl, yet…
Earl sets a bomb and gets out of the warehouse. Burt is terrified of the 2 ½ tons of high explosives going off.
Everyone gets away. The shriekers endure their own version of Leeloo’s Big Badda Boom.
Earl and Kate have their final touching moment while Grady realizes how much they made from blowing up all the