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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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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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Full Moon plants its seeds in the body snatchers formula.
22 August 2009 | by See all my reviews

Full Moon's 'Seedpeople' is a little composed late-night b-grade feature in the blatant frame of 'Invasion of the Body Snatchers', which does a lukewarm job with its by-the-numbers matter. It's beyond silly nonsense, but it has a likable charm and some spirit to it. Its starts off with a well-worn narrative of a survivor, geologist Tom Bains retelling the circumstances that led him to where he is now. In a small town known as Comet Valley, Bains comes in to investigate a possible meteorite from the past which had landed somewhere in the area. As soon as he gets there, people begin to act strangely and the town is soon under threat from outer space plants that arrived in the form of seeds. Their plans to pollinate humans can only be stopped by Bains and the town's crazy doc resident.

Harmless entertainment that doesn't waste much time, despite some stop and go passages involving minor side-dramas and stupid actions. Simple staples make their way into this slight premise (penned by Charles Band and Jackson Barr), as it's going for the light-weight paranoid creature features that filled the 1950s'. Sure the paranoia, suspense and attempts in cementing a gloomy air kind of falls flat with one of those endings, but it milks out a zippy attitude (due to Peter Manoogian's loose direction) and in the scheme of things uses the rural locations rather well. The goofy rubber special effects are a fair achievement, which are thrown around without a care to the world and the performances are nothing more than decent with the likes of Sam Hennnings, Bernard Kates, Andrea Roth and Dane Witherspoon. And hey there's no denying it contains some very convincing seed people acting… gee were they acting?

If you have an interest in Full Moon go ahead and if not, it won't make any difference. Acceptable low-scale fun by Full Moon.


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