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Destination Mars (2006)

| Sci-Fi | Video 2006
Sexy Martian women control the fate of Earth, sending a robot army marching through suburbia!

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Credited cast:
T. Henry Amitai ...
Dr. Karnov (as Henry Amitai)
Suzzette Andrea ...
Syliar
Fred Arnold ...
Mortuary Worker 1
Bryan Bodine ...
Rex
Dan Brinkle ...
Joe the Cop
Jeff Corral ...
Fred
Lavale Edwards ...
Mortuary Worker 2
Matthew Golden ...
Little Bob
Bobby Harwell ...
Detective Kovaks
Sheila Kay ...
Lt. Dulek
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Stuart
Adrian Marinovich ...
Coporal Smith
Blake Marion ...
Colonel Greene
Shirley Morgan ...
Elevator Rider
J. Katherine Novy ...
Wristol (as J.K. Mendelsohn)
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Sexy Martian women control the fate of Earth, sending a robot army marching through suburbia!

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$10,000 (estimated)
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Great tribute to 1950's Sci-Fi Classics
24 September 2007 | by (Illinois) – See all my reviews

My friends and I watched this movie on DirectTV. It was worth every penny! For anybody who loves 1950's Sci-Fi, you will love this movie. They recreated the look of the old Ed Wood Jr. type movies, especially Plan 9 from Outer Space. My friend and I researched it and learned that it was originally supposed to be a sequel to Plan 9. We found a great review on Harry Knowles' website. He opened his annual film festival in 2001 with this movie and it appears that most people loved it! This should have been shown at some theaters. Maybe it was, but somehow we must have missed it. If you watch this movie, watch for the detail in recreating the style of sets and props that were used in the 1950's. We love the fact that this film was shot in black & white, staying true to the era. The actors were really great! It must be hard to do some of these scenes without cracking up. We're going to gather up a couple of other favorites and host a Sci-Fi movie party. This movie will be our headliner!


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