Paul Dean has created a deadly parasite that is now attached to his stomach. He and his female companion, Patricia Welles, must find a way to destroy it while also trying to avoid Ricus, ...
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Paul Dean has created a deadly parasite that is now attached to his stomach. He and his female companion, Patricia Welles, must find a way to destroy it while also trying to avoid Ricus, his rednecks, and an evil government agent named Merchant.Written by
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When I saw it in 1982 in the movie they let us keep the 3-D glasses!
When director Charles Bans (Beach Babes 2: Cave Girl Island) recruited writers Alan J. Adler (Behemoth, the Sea Monster) & Frank Levering to collaborate on "the intelligent 3-D science fiction film of the 80's" it's a safe bet neither the maverick auteur nor the great science fiction writers knew they would virtually redefine the parameters of the modern cinema experience. A daring experiment in unconventional narrative inspired by a true story! In keeping with the director's underlying theme of dehumanization by technology, the notorious, omniscient man made creature has more warmth and personality than the humans it supposedly is serving. This theme, in part, is what makes Parasite a film like no other, though dated now it has proven optimistic compared to reality. Still, the film is timelessly provocative in its pioneering exploration of inner- and outer-space consciousness. With spectacular, painstakingly authentic special effects that have stood the test of time, Parasite is nothing less than a cinematic milestone--puzzling, provocative, and perfect. When I saw it in 1982 they let us keep the 3-D glasses!
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