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It Came from Outer Space II (1996)

Aliens crashland near a small desert town, strewing odd bluish-glowing rocks throughout the area. Townfolk notice something is amiss when temperatures begin to soar, water disappears, power... See full summary »

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Jack Putnam
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Ellen Fields
Jonathan Carrasco ...
Stevie Fields
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Alan Paxson
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Roy Minter
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Dave Grant
Dawn Zeek ...
Linda Grant
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Chance Madson
Iilana B'tiste ...
Kathy Paxon (as l'lana B'tiste)
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Ben Cully
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Desert Rat #1
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Thom Adcox-Hernandez ...
Hughy (as Thomas Adcox)
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Aliens crashland near a small desert town, strewing odd bluish-glowing rocks throughout the area. Townfolk notice something is amiss when temperatures begin to soar, water disappears, power goes down and people seem not to be themselves. Written by Doug Sederberg <vornoff@sonic.net>

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Their first visit was just a warning.

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24 September 2001 (Russia)  »

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A Ameaça que Veio do Espaço  »

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I Could Have Done It Better Myself...
27 March 2002 | by See all my reviews

They've shown i twice in a very short time now here in Sweden and I am so very tired of it. The bad acting isn't enough... The story itself is so boring and the effects hardly exists. I love the original from 1953 so I recommend you to go and rent that one instead. Because this one is such a bore.


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