How can a film with two aliens, hardly any violence, where a beautiful and for them, unattainable women, postpone their journey, back to their planet in a film that virtually takes place in one sh..ty room, just relying on a lot of dialogue, work. Just ask Albert Pyun (Cyborg, Dangerously Close). The dialogue works to the conflict of situation between the three extremely well acted principals, esp. Scott Paulin and bare bra'd and pantie'd Phillips is definite eye candy, a luscious lovely you could just eat up. The two pitiable aliens use deceptive tactics and manipulated lies to score with this hottie, while Phillips is playing the two to survive. We can see right, where she's coming from, as the others. Basically, it's a movie acted on ulterior motives. Don't ask me how it works, but it does, but like Pyun's other films, are just of average quality, discounting Dangerously Close, his first and best. A lot of them are for directors. Yeah, you probably expected all this action and violence, right? You won't get it here, sunshine. What you get instead is a horror/thriller of interactive dialogue, which it's story rests mostly on lies, though it is hard to separate the truth from the bull, which is what makes the movie fun, especially concerning the baddies, where you really wanna believe they're telling the truth, but you could only be reaching. You might even be sad to see the aliens move on at the end, one moment, strangely interrupted by an inspirational music score.