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Magma: Volcanic Disaster

Magma: Volcanic Disaster ★ 2006 (PG-13)

Silly cable disaster flick with cheesy CGI. Dr. Peter Shepard (Berkley) believes that volcanic eruptions in Iceland are the precursor to global catastrophe. Naturally, the bureaucrats don't believe him until there's more explosions. Now it's up to Peter to test out his theory that deep sea ventilation will relieve the pressure build-up and save the planet! 87m/C DVD . Xander Berkeley, Amy Jo Johnson, Michael Durrell, Reiko Aylesworth, Doug Dearth, David O'Donnell; D: Ian Gilmore; W: Rebecca Rian; M: Nathan Furst. CABLE

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