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Inbred Redneck Alien Abduction (2004)

Aliens meet their match. Abducting a bunch of crazed hillybillies can be a little messy.

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Ethan Blum ...
Pizza Dude
Chad Bockholdt ...
Special Agent Seth Cooper
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Jay
Jeanette DePattie ...
Jenny May Zeeka
Donna Donahue ...
DonnaBob Zeeka
Michelle Eller ...
Ikan Kikyeras (as Mischa Bolet)
Richard Gilewitz ...
Agent Cupcake
Adam Hackbarth ...
Otis the Lumber Guy / Rufus Zeeka / Bigfoot
Tanya Brandy Hatter ...
Suzy Bob Zeeka
Brian Kanealy ...
'Gutless' Pete Zeeka
Robert Lloyd ...
Major Butt / 'One Armed' Joe Zeeka / Jango Binx
William Lodderhose ...
Agent / Mechanic Bob Phillips (as Bill Lodderhose)
Don Pearson ...
Pappy Duke Zeeka
Sharon Pearson ...
'Ducttape' Sally McNally
Protar ...
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Government special agents are sent to the hills of Arkansas to investigate an alien abduction. The agents meet and "team up" with some back woods hillbillies to infiltrate the alien's mother ship. Once aboard the spacecraft, hillbillies and government agents alike must fight for their lives and escape their alien foes! It's DELIVERANCE, STAR WARS, CLOSE ENCOUNTERS and THE X-FILES, all chewed up and spat out as truly bizarre and twisted fun! You'll like it even if you don't own a double-wide! Written by Anonymous

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Campy and VERY Over the Top
14 December 2007 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Once you realize that the cast and crew set out to make the worst movie possible you'll enjoy it a lot more. They obviously weren't taking anything too seriously. It's almost like the director kept saying, "Okay folks, lets try it again and this time lets try NOT to make it so believable." I like B-movies because they just tend to be a lot of fun to watch. Without the big budgets of the mindless dribble with the same rehashed plot lines over and over again that main-stream Hollywood tends to make all too often, case in point "Wild Hogs", the film makers have to think of more creative ways of telling their story. I.R.A.A. may not be for everyone, my wife couldn't watch it because it was too stupid, but then again she doesn't like movies like "Dumb & Dumber", "Old School", "Tommy Boy" or "Space Balls" either. She just regards them as Stupid movies and I.R.A.A. definitely falls into that category.


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