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20 September 2011 (USA) See more »
Six college friends find themselves caught up in a cat and mouse hunt with a race of creatures who possess the ability to transform into anything from which it has consumed DNA. Full summary » | Add synopsis »
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  (in credits order)

Jason Lockhart ... Tyler
Kim Argetsinger ... Jesse
Cassie Fliegel ... Ava

Dylan Vox ... Jake

Marlene Mc'Cohen ... Tiffany

Georgina Tolentino ... Crystal
Ginny You ... Dana

Amanda Chism ... Sarah

Victoria De Mare ... Mandy

Adam Graham ... Robotar

Dan Glenn ... Ranger

Directed by
Lewis Schoenbrun 
Writing credits
Ted Chalmers (story)

David S. Sterling (idea) (as David Sterling)

Keith Parker (screenplay) &
Kenny White (screenplay)

Produced by
Ted Chalmers .... executive producer
David S. Sterling .... producer
Charlie Vaughn .... co-producer
Charlie Vaughn .... line producer
Original Music by
Jason Peri 
Cinematography by
Art Butler 
Film Editing by
Lewis Schoenbrun 
Production Design by
Greg Caudill 
Art Department
Josh Russell .... art department
Sound Department
Adam Douglass .... sound department
Jason Peri .... sound editor
Zack Rockwood .... sound department (as Zach Rockwood)
Special Effects by
Ron Karkoska .... special effects
Visual Effects by
Jason Peri .... CG effects
Lewis Schoenbrun .... CG effects
Camera and Electrical Department
Dennis Devine .... additional director of photography
Casting Department
Joelle Peri Mintz .... casting assistant
Other crew
Sebastian Fernandez .... production assistant
Josh Long .... production assistant
Tony Snegoff .... location
Luis Villafranca .... production assistant

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Also Known As:
"Alien vs. Alien" - USA (reissue title)
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80 min

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References "ALF" (1986)See more »


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8 out of 8 people found the following review useful.
Most unnecessary nudity in movie history, 11 July 2012
Author: emphedokles from Germany

I watched that flick a few days ago. Of course not completely. I guess nobody ever did.

The most interesting fact about that movie is that it was directed by Lewis Schoenbrun. I did not knew that guy till yet. But it seems that he is some kind of mentally ill reincarnation of Ed Wood.

The movie is really not worth any description. There is a blue avatarish creature in a spaceship orbiting earth, a Pretator like other creature and a Lost in Space (1965) look a like robot. Also some college students. All of them interact somehow without any sense or story line. They walk around on grass, now and then you see a tree. Guess the whole film location was not bigger then 100 square meters. (Maybe somebody's garden or a lawn beside a motorway station?) Oh! Also there are some laser beams in a 1970s movie stile.

I was fascinated by the most unnecessary nudity plot ever added into a movie. Its somewhere at the beginning of the film. Some chicks hike to a cabin. Then one of both instantly starts undressing while the other one walks without any reason a few meters into the forest. The conversation and the music gives you the feeling that you got accidentally the wrong disc and you are watching some kind of weired hiking soft porn. The second chick undresses during she walks into the forest and apparently just throws her cloth on the ground. Which really makes no sense in any way. After making sure that you have seen enough breasts, the predator thing shows up and kill her or whatever, i do not care.

Well if you wanna see the most unnecessary nudity scene ever, then watch the movie to this point. Then hit the stop button and bump your head for the next 40 minutes rhythmic against the wall. I guarantee you! It will be much more fun and hurt less then watching the rest of the flick.

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