C.H.U.D. (1984)

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The Reverend (Daniel Stern) and George find a bunch of toxic waste in the sewers and realize that C.H.U.D. stands for Contamination Hazard Urban Disposal. Bosch moves one of the cars that's blocking the sewer lids so that the Reverend and George can exit the sewers before the Nuclear Regulatory Commission fills the sewers with gas to kill the creatures (the homeless mutated by the nuclear waste). George and the Reverend exit the sewers. The Reverend kills Wilson (the evil guy from the NRC).


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