A forgotten horror film -- and for good reason. Discontent with the murderous ants, fish, and flies of its era, here come killer worms, driven to a carnivorous frenzy by a downed power line. It all comes to a head when city slicker Don Scardino comes to visit his kin in backwoods somewhere... including redhead Patricia Pearcy, who is introduced to us in the shower (only later to reprise the scene). Come to think of it, that's really the only thing in the film worth seeing.
He may know you're alone, but I know you're bored silly. Frankly, this is one of the least terrifying horror films ever, without a single moment of even the slightest thrill or scare. (Plot: Stalker hunts bride-to-be.) The only reason anyone even knows this movie exists is because it is Tom Hanks's screen debut, appearing in a small supporting role. Avoid at all costs unless you're doing a researchpaper on Hanks's early career.