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Tuesday, September 26, 2017


Don Dohler strikes again.

An alien lands on Earth for unknown reasons and he finds himself hunted by a bunch of redneck hillbillies.

The rubber suited monster is cheap looking, but that is totally understandable considering the budget. The shot in Maryland film is well done for what it is even if some of the acting is stiff. Again, these are not important issues.

The almost always drunk member of of a small family seeks the weapons the invader carries so he can make a lot of money, but another sleazy friend of his wants to capture the monster and make even more money.

The alien is aided by some friendly people yet is seems all ends in disaster. This is a pretty simple and straight forward plot and the film does move along at a brisk pace.

I have always liked Dohler's films and I marvel at his accomplishments with so little money. The cast is made up of a lot of Dohler regulars including George Stover, Anne Frith, Richard Dyszel and Don Leifert.

Good fun, at least in my opinion.

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