Within the first 10 minutes of this movie, a volcano erupts in Yellowstone National Park and sends the entire globe into a new ice age. Lucky for us a park ranger and his volcanologist girlfriend managed to seek refuge in an underground bunker.... the movie then goes back two days prior when everything is peachy with only faint signs of any disturbance. Our volcanologist friend suddenly starts receiving a transmission FROM HER SELF... [queue spooky music] ... according to the transmission "the super eruption created a disturbance in the earths magnetic field, leaving a marker on the curvature of space time itself." ... yeah you read correctly... talk about some serious shit, huh? The good news is that during this warp in time the ranger and his girlfriend were able to formulate a way to stop the eruption. PHEW! This flick sounds like a load of tripe, doesn't it? And it is.... (here's the BUT) ... BUT it's absurdly fun. Like one of the Asylum movies, it's an exercise in B-movie hogwash. The FX are dogey and the music is over the top... the entire thing is ludicrous and the performances are stodgy. Richard Burgi stars and again proves that he's the go-to guy for macho-soap opera overacting. The movie's tongue seems firmly in its own cheek with idiotic "scientific" talk that I guess is correct, given that it sounds so technical. LOL. If I were to rate Super Eruption it would get a 2 out of 10 but a guilty pleasure nonetheless. Oh boy!