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Hilarious "so-bad-it's-brilliant" amateur 80's horror with a stupendously outrageous storyline, delightfully atrocious acting performances, totally retarded dialogs ("I'm not going anywhere. Does that mean you're going nowhere?" or "This is the greatest medical discovery since cancer") and masterful tacky effects. But the absolute greatest aspect about "Blood Suckers from Outer Space" is undoubtedly the gigantic amount of nonsensical "WTF"-moments in the script. There's a young couple inhaling gas in a car, a completely random screaming interlude, a rough sex sequence filmed from outside the house, crazy bearded janitors spotting "weirdoes" everywhere and that sort of things! There's this wind yes, WIND that turns people into bloodsucking zombies. Absolutely nothing indicates that this wind comes from outer space (is that even possible?) but it does sound catchy as a horror title, doesn't it? The setting is this small Texan town where the people couldn't be more redneck-like even if they tried. Even when these farmers are turned into zombies, they still talk and behave like inbred hillbillies. Understandably, the debut feature of Glen Coburn (who?) is quite uneven and silly. "Bloodsuckers " is sometimes intended as a parody and sometimes seemingly trying to be an ambitious B-movie. The intentional bits of comedy are often painfully embarrassing, but the clumsy execution of the film is genuinely entertaining. This is a totally incoherent product of the cheesy 80's, with demented situations and messed up characters, that actually belongs more in the category of rancid 70's exploitation. Probably best watched with a couple of friends whilst intoxicated and make sure to always keep one finger on the rewind button in order to re-watch all the crazy little details.
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