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Eye Creatures land on earth. The U.S. Air Force spies on some teens making out in the woods, then tries to prevent word of the Eye Creatures landing from leaking out. A couple of teens figure everything out and prevent the Eye Creatures from taking over by shining their headlights on them... Written by
Dan Bleskan <email@example.com>
...because this movie is so bad that it is hard to believe anyone could make it, and I believe it is the only one that can really challenge "Manos: the Hands of Fate" for the title of worst movie in history. It becomes apparent how bad this movie is right at the beginning: the title is displayed in the opening credits as "Attack of the the Eye Creatures". Now, things like bad acting, writing, or editing are annoying, but they happen. But how on earth do you make such an obvious error, in the title of all places??? I mean, COME ON! How could the director and producer never notice? Did they even bother to watch the film before it was released? The movie doesn't get any better. The Eye creatures have zippers and wear sneakers, and in a number of scenes the director couldn't seem to make up his mind as to whether he wanted to shoot during the day or at night. To top it all off, all the people look rather oily. Movies like this are so bad that they make you wonder if there really is a god. Then you remember that there is MST3K, and you realize that there must be. The explanation MST gives for this film is that the filmmakers "just didn't care", and that is probably the best explanation anyone can give.
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