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Invader (1992)

R | | Sci-Fi | May 1992 (France)
A crashed UFO and its reverse-engineered computer system take over the minds of soldiers at an air force base. The alien entity (in the guise of A.S.M.O.D.S., (Asmodeus), a strategic flight... See full summary »

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Hans Bachmann ...
Frank McCall
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Capt. Harry Anders
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Harvey Briggs
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Engineer Collins
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Rogers (as Ralph Bluemke)
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Sheriff Sprig
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Horace
Bill Casciato ...
Army Paramedic #1
Patrick Clark ...
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A crashed UFO and its reverse-engineered computer system take over the minds of soldiers at an air force base. The alien entity (in the guise of A.S.M.O.D.S., (Asmodeus), a strategic flight defense systems program for fighter jets) is discovered by tabloid reporter Frank McCall and D.O.D. Captain Harry Anders. They escape the base in a stolen F-19 and are taken to the Pentagon, where their story is met with understandable scepticism. An attempt by Asmodeus' minions to capture Frank & Harry for brainwashing convinces General Anheiser of their sincerity, and they return to the base and eventually face Asmodeus and its army of brainwashed soldiers. Written by Dave Foster <medman@wizvax.net>

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The only thing impressive about this movie was the poster...
18 March 2004 | by (USA) – See all my reviews

Having been impressed by the movie poster and the implied theme when I saw it in 1992, I rented the movie... and it was the pits. Ignore everything "sketchy" has said about the movie; it has no redeeming qualities. Even by the standards of 1992, the graphics are horrible, the plot is predictable and plodding, the acting is one dimensional, and the miniature animatronics look like miniature animatronics.

The movie's current score of 3.6 out of 10 is accurate. However, as I said, the poster is very nice, and I recommend it to anyone.

Movie: 3 out of 10

Poster: 7 out of 10


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