Plotline: When a "city-slicker" comes to town to visit his girl, he finds out he may have bitten off more than he can chew. He immediately makes enemies with the sheriff, only to find out that, even worse, all the worms in town have become electrified and are now killing people, and he and his girl have no one to turn to for help.
Scariness factor: Glorious glorious campy scariness.
Gross-Out Factor: Worms. Burrowing into flesh. That's about the extent of it.
High Points: This was the most glorious, campy horror-movie gem I've seen in quite sometime. The main characters are terrible actors. The characters themselves are ridiculously silly but awesome. Every tense worm-related attack-scene involves stock footage of close-ups of worms, accompanied by shrill screaming noises. The movie makes little to no sense (just like most gloriously wonderful campy films). The special fx are SO ridiculous. The scenes with mass-quantities of attacking worms will have you laughing out loud. And since worms are like the LEAST threatening thing that could possibly attack a person, you KNOW it's got to be a good film.
Overall: If you can find it, rent it with a group of friends, and laugh your asses off.
Grade: A (camp)