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TeenAlien (1978)

PG | | Sci-Fi
Local teenagers are holding a Halloween party at a supposedly "haunted" old mill, but find out that one of the partygoers who is dressed as an alien is actually a real alien.

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Vern Adix ...
Mr. Cranston
Michael Dunn ...
Carl
Keith Nelson ...
Old Man Dobbs
Dan Harville ...
Tony
Mike McClure ...
Varrow Male
Judy Richards ...
Varrow Female
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Tiny
Dick Robinson ...
Old Miner
Richard Guinn ...
Young Miner
Alex Churchich ...
Alex
Steve Bartlett ...
Steve
Chad Bennion ...
Mike
Ken Johnson ...
Buzz
Roger Hamblin ...
Ray
Holly Harkness ...
Jean
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Local teenagers are holding a Halloween party at a supposedly "haunted" old mill, but find out that one of the partygoers who is dressed as an alien is actually a real alien. Written by frankfob2@yahoo.com

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Bad...just bad
9 April 2014 | by See all my reviews

Local teenagers are holding a Halloween party at a supposedly "haunted" old mill, but find out that one of the party-goers who is dressed as an alien is actually a real alien.

I don't think one person affiliated with this movie ever did anything else. There is a reason for that. It really really sucks.

The version i saw was called The Yarrow Mission. Doesn't change the fact that this movie is a stinker.

Starts with a drunk making hooch and the reels were wound too tightly so the sprockets are all messed up and the picture is jumpy.

There like an earthquake and show figures. This opening goes on and on with no payoff for what seems like half the movie. Finally the radio explodes and there is a space ship. By now -- and this is the beginning of the movie -- you will be tuning out. Scenes go on for ever and ever.

How'd they get the money for this to be made?


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