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[after hearing alien noises in the woods]
It didn't sound like any animal I ever heard. It sounded... unearthly.
You wouldn't know the difference between a brown bear and a hoot owl if it came up and bit you on the ass!
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This has to be, hands down, the cheapest movie I have ever seen. They couldn't have spent $50 on this turkey. The computer effects look like an Atari 2600 game and the alien creatures look like sock puppets. I found it amusing that the puppet-aliens were always eating people even though they did not appear to have mouths. Fans of really bad movies will probably enjoy this, as I sort of did, but everyone else is advised to stay far away.
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