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Atomic Brain Invasion -- When a mysterious spacecraft carrying a deadly interglactic plague crash-lands in a small New England town, it's up to a group of misfit high schoolers and an alien abductee to stop the army of slime-spewing brain creatures from their one goal: kidnapping Elvis Presley!


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Richard Griffin (screenplay)
Guy Benoit (screenplay)
The Dream of the Atom Unleashes A Nightmare from Outer Space!
A bunch of misfit high-schoolers must band together to stop an army of brain creatures from outer space that intend to kidnap Elvis Presley when he performs in a small New England town. | Add synopsis »
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A Film that Took Me Back to the Core of My Imagination. BRILLIANT! See more (7 total) »


  (in credits order)
David Lavallee Jr. ... Sherman

Sarah Nicklin ... Betty

Michael Reed ... Lukas

Daniel Lee White ... Kevin
Colin Carlton ... Jim

Ruth Mahala Sullivan ... Siobahn (as Ruth Sullivan)
Alexandra Cipolla ... Raven

Alexander Lewis ... Blondie
Rich Tretheway ... O'Brien
Brandon Luis Aponte ... Elvis
rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Alex Aponte ... Tom Parker
Gregory Barbon ... Deputy Wendell
Andre Boudreau ... Jake

Gio Castellano ... Dexter
Mary DeBerry ... Head of Ladies Guild
Timmy DeCoff ... Mikey
Ryan Dempsey ... Steve
Eric Eastman ... Dr. Baxter C. Frank
Christopher L. Ferreira ... Owen
Mark Fogarty ... Chief Williams
Danielle Gelehrter ... Vulnavia

Aurora Grabill ... Marge
Cat Hainfeld ... Frannie
Bernard Larrivee Jr. ... G-Man#1
Peter Morse ... Clint Reno
Erin M. Olson ... Diner Waitress
Nathan A. Quattrini ... Slime Alien #1

Angela Relucio ... Suzie May Lynn
Joel Sadler ... Theater patron
Jennifer Scharf ... Ms. Summerskill
David Erin Wilson ... General Bedfellow

Directed by
Richard Griffin 
Writing credits
(in alphabetical order)
Guy Benoit  screenplay
Richard Griffin  screenplay

Produced by
Kristin Kayala .... associate producer
Ted Marr .... producer
Original Music by
Daniel Hildreth 
Cinematography by
Jacob Larimore 
Film Editing by
Richard Griffin 
Sarah Nicklin 
Production Design by
Margaret Wolf 
Art Direction by
Michael Lopes Jr. 
Makeup Department
Alan August .... special makeup effects artist
Chris Russell .... special makeup effects artist
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Kate Carlton .... first assistant director
Tony Nunes .... second assistant director
Special Effects by
Jeffrey Long .... miniature builder
Visual Effects by
John Dusek .... visual effects
John Behrle .... stunt performer
Camera and Electrical Department
Robert Jude Buco .... still photographer
Cat Hainfeld .... additional cinematography
J. Poisson .... grip
Location Management
Alex Aponte .... location manager

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USA:90 min
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The spaceship that the three aliens arrive in was made out of housing insulation.See more »
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5 out of 10 people found the following review useful.
A Film that Took Me Back to the Core of My Imagination. BRILLIANT!, 15 September 2010
Author: ajnunes82 from United States

I grew up on movies like The Goonies and Explorers. These movies shaped me, drove a childhood of pure imagination and remain some of the favorite memories of my life. With ATOMIC BRAIN INVASION, Richard Griffin created a film that took me right back. Atomic was a master achievement in writing, directing, acting, and production design. Amazing effects and design give the film a distinct flavor of 1950's Sci-Fi Drive-In style, and the authenticity is stunning. Ted Marr's production is spot on, and detail oriented. The cast is brilliant and funny, hitting all the right notes in their delivery of fun, pure character driven performance. Kudos to all. My kids will grow up with this film.

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