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Seedpeople (1992)

The citizens of Comet Valley are being taken over by seeds from an alien plant that has taken root there. A sheriff investigates the strange goings-on.

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... Tom Baines
... Heidi Tucker
Dane Witherspoon ... Brad Yates
Bernard Kates ... Doc Roller
... Kim Tucker
John Mooney ... Frank Tucker
... Mrs. Santiago
David Dunard ... Ed Busta
Charles Bouvier ... Thurman Rudd
... Burt Mosely
J. Marvin Campbell ... Deputy Fraser
Matt Demeritt ... Shooter
... Tumbler (as Debbie Carrington)
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The sleepy little town of Comet Valley has been invaded by plants from outer space. Intent on taking over the Earth, the space plants have found a way to pollinate humans, thus turning them into walking seed carriers. Can the resourceful residents fight off the alien invaders, or is the planet doomed to become an alien garden? Written by Jean-Marc Rocher <rocher@fiberbit.net>

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At least the cover was cool, right?
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The sleepy little town of Comet Valley has been invaded by plants from outer space. Intent on taking over the Earth, the space plants have found a way to pollinate humans, thus turning them into walking seed carriers. Can the resourceful residents fight off the alien invaders, or is the planet doomed to become an alien garden? pretty lame sci-fi film. This was around the time that full moon films started to get cheap and it shows. The story is weak. The acting is passable at best. The production values are as mundane as the screenplay is. The creatures look goofy. "Seed people" is destined to collect dust on the shelves of bargain basement video stores. Unless, of course, people who drool over direct-to-video fodder, such as myself, prowl such places, once in a while finding a real hidden gem among other direct-to-video cheeseballs. "Seed people" is, unfortunately, just that: A direct-to-video cheeseball. Not a terrible one, just an average one. watchable at least. But not really recommended. 3.5/10.


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