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The sensationalist reporter Michelle Fox presents the TV show Weird World, with phony matters about UFOS and aliens. When she hears about Cat, a young woman that claims that have been abducted with her boyfriend and become pregnant by aliens, she convinces her chief to travel with a team to the remote Welsh island of Scalled to interview Cat. She invites the cameraman Ricky Anderson with his sound technician partner; the nerd expert in "ufology" and "ley lines" Gavin Gorman; the actress Candy Vixen and an obscure gay actor to prepare the matter. They get a van and wait for the low tide to reach the island, and when they find evidences that aliens are really landed in the location, the ambitious Michelle decides to film her way to fame and wealth. Written by
Claudio Carvalho, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
The title gives it all away, really. They're aliens. They're evil. With this in mind, should you really expect high art? Go into this with the right frame of mind and you'll thoroughly enjoy it. If you've seen Jake West's previous feature Razor Blade Smile, you'll enjoy this, although Evil Aliens is miles ahead in production value and acting.
I'm not going to discuss the plot beyond this: Aliens are abducting Welsh sheep farmers and performing exactly the sort of experiments you'd expect. Enter the gorgeous Emily Booth as the presenter of a dodgy satellite TV show on alien abductions. Add some inbred farmers, fantastically sadistic aliens, surprisingly good gore effects and a lot of laughs and you have Evil Aliens. A perfect after the pub movie, and a shot in the arm if you're sick of the oh-so-serious po-faced horror movies of today.
In a nutshell - Peter Jackson's successor is here - Evil Aliens has everything which made Braindead (DeadAlive) fantastic and more.
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