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Seedpeople (1992)

The citizens of Comet Valley are being taken over by seeds from an alien plant that has taken root there. A sheriff investigates the strange goings-on.

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The sleepy little town of Comet Valley has been invaded by plants from outer space. Intent on taking over the Earth, the space plants have found a way to pollinate humans, thus turning them into walking seed carriers. Can the resourceful residents fight off the alien invaders, or is the planet doomed to become an alien garden? Written by Jean-Marc Rocher <rocher@fiberbit.net>

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This movie is kind of the pits...
11 November 2014 | by See all my reviews

This horror film was not entirely bad. As with most horror films crafted by Full Moon Studios back in the day, good or bad, it was very short. Meaning, that even if the experience is completely horrid, you at least have not invested a lot of time into watching it. Many of their films run under an hour and a half, many under an hour and twenty minutes. So, while you may be watching something that is not very good, chances are with Full Moon, you will not be watching it for very long. Another thing you get from time to time with Full Moon Studios is what is essentially a retelling of a better known story. With the film, Meridian, you basically had a retelling of Beauty and the Beast. With this film you get almost a remake of, Invasion of the Body Snatchers. Not a particularly good remake of it either, but not completely horrible either. Just another in a long run of horror films, that have some good ideas, but a lack of execution prevents it from being really good, or in the case of this film good at all. This one is a bit boring and if you have seen a good deal of horror films you know exactly where it is going and how it is going to end. Though how the film played out made one think that there is no way that the film reached this outcome unless a lot of people dropped the ball in glorious fashion!

The story has a man in a hospital room rambling about something that needed to be checked on in his hometown. An FBI agent comes in and wants the man to recount his tale, so he does. We then flashback to when he first arrived at his hometown of Comet Valley. He wants to find pieces of a meteorite that is depicted in a drawing in a cave; however, something is not quite right in town. At the local bed and breakfast which is run by his ex, her niece seems to think the housekeeper is some sort of monster. Her father goes out to his farm and finds a strange growing pod like thing and is promptly covered in ooze that turns him into some strange creature. Soon, more and more people seem to be coming under something's control. An old man everyone refers to as Doc, but is thought of as the town crazy seems to know what is going on, but as the man who has come back to town and Doc try to stop the strange phenomenon it may already be too late.

The movie has some interesting qualities, but as I have said, you know where it is going. Every time they come back to the guy recounting his story to the FBI agent the agent always is like, "That is interesting, what about Doc…" Granted, when one sees how the guy came to the hospital and what led to him getting a concussion, one has to wonder how the heck did things come to that point. Also, one also has to wonder how he knew what had come of Doc. The Invasion of the Body Snatchers thing is very apparent throughout as you have your emotionless people, pods and a scene at the end where a truck has the pods and the guy runs after the truck. There are monsters in this one, but as much as I prefer monsters that are created rather than the computer generated ones of today, these look a bit goofy and at times roll around like the creatures in the Critter movies. Not a whole lot of bloodshed in this one and no nudity, which is not rare for a Full Moon film. Usually, they go all out or they hold it back to the point of being a bit dull which is the case in this one. Still, there are worse ways and worse films to spend your time on and at least you don't really spend much time on this one.


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