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Decoys (2004)

Luke and Roger are just another couple of college guys trying to lose their virginity. But when Luke sees something unusual, he begins to suspect that the girls on campus aren't exactly human.

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Lilly
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Gibby
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Vikki Vickers
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Bobby Johnson
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Natasha
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Don Hastings ...
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Rosedale Princess
Leah Graham ...
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In St. John College, the freshmen and best friends Luke and Roger meet the sexy blond cousins Lilly and Constance in the laundry of their building. They are next-door neighbors, and the experienced girls invite the young men to visit them anytime. Lilly forgets a package of coins in the laundry, and Luke goes to their room to return it. The room is empty, and he sneaks around, when the two girls arrive. Luke hides himself in the wardrobe, and through an opening, he sees Lilly with many tentacles on her breast. Luke tries to convince his friends that the girls are aliens, planning to attack Earth, but nobody believes in him. Meanwhile, some friends of them are found dead, with the internal organs completely frozen. Written by Claudio Carvalho, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

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They're not what they seem. See more »

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Comedy | Horror | Sci-Fi

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Rated R for sexuality and nudity | See all certifications »
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27 February 2004 (Canada)  »

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$5,000,000 (estimated)

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CAD 84,733 (Canada), 27 February 2004, Limited Release
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This is Kim Poirier's first lead role in a film. See more »

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Near the end of the film, a reporter's TV station has call letters beginning with the letter W. The film is set in Canada, where all television stations' call signs begin with "C". See more »

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Luke: [Alternative DVD scene] You never stop believing in me. Why?
Alex: Soulmates believe.
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Referenced in Daltry Calhoun (2005) See more »

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On the Wall
Written by Matthew Hastings (as Matt Hastings) & Troy Reed
Performed by Matthew Hastings (as Matt Hastings)
ASCAP/BMI/SOCAN
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OK OK... It Wasn't THAT Bad...
28 October 2006 | by See all my reviews

Normally I would never watch a movie like Decoys. I am not a fan of this type of cinema and the description sounded like a big ripoff of the 80's cult flick Revenge of the Teenage Vixens From Outer Space. Since Decoys was given to me as a gift just recently I figured I would force myself to watch it...

Basically, the storyline is similar to that of Revenge of the Teenage Vixens From Outer Space, just the vixens aren't "teenagers" and they don't turn their victims into vegetables. Anyway, the movie takes place on a college campus. Luke is the star of the movie and he witnesses these two beautiful girls turning into aliens before his very eyes. The only problem is getting everyone else to believe his story. Meanwhile, the "vixens" are screwing guys to death, literally, by freezing them from the inside out. What will Luke do to stop this invasion?

Well, as much as this movie looked dreadful, it really isn't that bad. The acting was actually pretty decent and the special effects (for lame CGI) weren't as bad as I would have expected. My two main complaints were the cliché horny college kids and the absolutely awful music played throughout the movie. But, I guess this movie was aimed to more of an early 20's age group. I guess the makers figure that is what people listen to or how they act. Whatever...

Anyway, I got a few laughs out of this movie and it kept my interest throughout. So, I guess it did what it was aiming for. Check it out on a rainy day. 6/10


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