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The Alien Conspiracy: Grey Skies (2003)

The Earth has become a three way battlefield between humans trying to defend against two different alien species bent on taking charge of the planet. The Greys are an alien race who want to... See full summary »
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The Earth has become a three way battlefield between humans trying to defend against two different alien species bent on taking charge of the planet. The Greys are an alien race who want to destroy the earth in a nuclear blast while the Morphs want to preserve the planet for their own purposes. Meanwhile, several fellow Earthlings are doing what they can to protect our troubled planet. Written by Anonymous

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The Film-maker's Conspiracy
28 November 2010 | by (Highlands of Scotland) – See all my reviews

There's low budget movie-making, no budget movie-making, there's guerrilla movie-making, and, somewhere even lower than that, 'baboon' film-making*.

And then there's The Alien Conspiracy: Grey Skies.

After a straight to camera prologue setting the 'background' story about some long-waged war between alien species fought out in current day America, there follows a series of shots (to call it a 'montage' would debase the word) of Saturn rockets taking off that looks like it was shot by pointing a camera at a TV screen. After that three, totally unrelated, short movies punctuated by irrelevant literary quotes. All are so shoddily made and badly shot that sometimes the only things visible on screen are the smears on the camera lens.

There are a few minor amusing moments here, but nothing that any hour of amateur improv wouldn't supply and none are worth the pain of watching the rest of the show.

The only thing to be said in favour of this miserable excuse for a movie is that it makes the average Asylum product look like a masterpiece.

*Thanks Dedee!


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