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Invasion Earth: The Aliens Are Here (1988)

Insect-like aliens invade a small town. The local teenagers have been watching a sci-fi marathon in the local theater, and from those films they get ideas on how to fight the creatures.

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Janice Fabian ... Joanie
Christian Lee ... Billy
... Tim (as Larry Bagby III)
Dana Young ... Mike
David Dunham ... Charlie
... Willie
... Cashier (as Cynthia Scott)
Brian Nefsky ... Usher
Chuck Brill ... Man with Popcorn
Elaine Edford ... Nun
J. Collins Leavitt ... Sleeping Man
Bill Dunnam ... Sloppy Father
Debra Keck ... Sloppy Mother
Gloria Hurkos ... Brat
Jan Miller ... Mrs. Kindley
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Insect-like aliens invade a small town. The local teenagers have been watching a sci-fi marathon in the local theater, and from those films they get ideas on how to fight the creatures.

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Comedy | Sci-Fi

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22 August 1988 (USA)  »

Also Known As:

Aftokratoria eisvoleon  »

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Connections

Spoofs Invasion of the Body Snatchers (1956) See more »

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I Wanna Die
Performed by Anthony R. Jones (as Tony Jones)
Words and Music by Anthony R. Jones (as Tony Jones)
Tones Music, ASCAP
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I liked it!
18 May 2005 | by See all my reviews

Truly bad. One of those 'films' that has you shaking your head and asking "what were they thinking?" Crap acting, no character definition, bad editing, one-dimensional people, too many clips from other movies, no discernible storyline, shockingly poor effects. In fact, all the elements of a truly bad schlock movie.

I liked it.

How they got financing to even process the film stock is a mystery. Getting it past the editor, sound guys, distributors and money men has to be a work of pure genius. That's where it stops though. This film is complete s***e from start to finish.

If you have 118 minutes to waste, watch this one.


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