A pair of dweebs are trying to vacation in the woods when they discover a crashed spaceship. They help the injured alien, who turns into a beautiful woman the next morning. Then with the ...
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Patrick G. Donahue
Sean P. Donahue
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A classic. Gilbert Gottfried said it best on USA network a few years ago: "The college film by which all other college films are judged"!
Take a collection of some of the finest regional stage actors, directors and crew, toss them into the woods with a smoke machine and a trailer full of latex and glue and enjoy the ensuing suspense.
Sure, some of the dialog is corny. Sure, some (OK, most) of the special effects were a little hokey, but that doesn't detract from an otherwise fun and well-acted experience.
All of Danny Boyd's films have been a real joy to see, and while one could argue that he hasn't yet vaulted into the ranks of Martin Scorsese, William Wyler or Peter Jackson, I promise you that his films are no less a labor of love and determination than theirs.
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