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Biohazard: The Alien Force (1994)

R | | Horror, Sci-Fi | Video October 1994
Triton Indutries has created a genetically-engineered creature using DNA from human sources. During the course of the experiment, however, the host mother carrying the mutant escapes from ... See full summary »

Director:

Steve Latshaw

Writers:

Steve Latshaw (screenplay), Patrick Moran (screenplay)
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Cast

Credited cast:
James L. Miles James L. Miles ... The BioMonster
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
John Alexander ... Det. Morley
Dorothy Best Dorothy Best ... Caitlan Palmer
Robin Chapman Robin Chapman ... Newspaper Editor
Katherine Culliver Katherine Culliver ... Shana Alexander
Trevor David ... Donner
Tom Ferguson Tom Ferguson ... Quint
Susan Fronsoe ... Nicki Carstairs
William Grefé William Grefé ... Mr. Babb (as Bill Grefe)
Maddisen K. Krown ... Mutating Pregnant Wife (as Rebecca Wicks)
Ken Kupstis Ken Kupstis ... Male Model
John Latshaw John Latshaw ... Kelly
Ryan Latshaw Ryan Latshaw ... Ryan Palmer
Charles Maginnis Charles Maginnis ... Brandon Wellesley
John Maynard John Maynard ... Lt. Warren
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Storyline

Triton Indutries has created a genetically-engineered creature using DNA from human sources. During the course of the experiment, however, the host mother carrying the mutant escapes from the laboratory compound, giving birth shortly thereafter. The intellient "baby" beings hunting down and killing its male DNA donors, while at the same time trying to mate with its female donors. The head of the lab wants to destroy the monster before the press can get wind of the story, but the former head of security wants to expose the whole thing. Written by Jean-Marc Rocher <rocher@fiberbit.net>

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The End Of The World Has Just Been Born.

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Horror | Sci-Fi

Motion Picture Rating (MPAA)

Rated R for sci-fi violence and gore, and for some sexuality and language | See all certifications »
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The scenes at the lab were shot inside a television studio. See more »

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Referenced in Best of the Worst: Our VHS Collection (2019) See more »

Soundtracks

Life of Standards
Lyrics by Staci Vela
Music by Kokoy Severino
Performed by Dogon Sirius
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Where was this on AFI's top 100 list?!
26 July 2002 | by edgewelleSee all my reviews

So many questions drifted through my head while watching "Biohazard: The Alien Force". Why is an alien force referenced in the title of the film, yet no aliens appear in this movie? Why does Steve Zurk, playing the protagonist Mike Reardon, look disconcertingly like David Hasslehoff's brother? Who dressed him? Why does the bed of a truck burst into flames after the vehicle bumps into a tree? Why does a rocket not markedly damage a car after a direct hit? Why do none of the characters in the movie seem to have any peripheral vision? Who created the titles and special effects, and why they ever employed to begin with? Lastly, how could this movie's production have concluded without the filmmakers hiding in exile?

This is such a sublimely awful movie it's hard to describe. There are far too many moments of unintended hilarity to describe in this short passage. Suffice to say, this film gets more laughs than just about any comedy out there you could find. I heartily recommend this film to any fan of campy cinema.


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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

October 1994 (Germany) See more »

Also Known As:

Biohazard II See more »

Filming Locations:

Oviedo, Florida, USA See more »

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