An American village is visited by some unknown life form which leaves the women of the village pregnant. Nine months later, the babies are born, and they all look normal, but it doesn't take the "parents" long to realize that the kids are not human or humane.Written by
All the main actors had/have been in either a franchise or a movie with a sequel: Mark Hamill, Star Wars (5 movies, 3 at the time); Christopher Reeve, Superman (4 movies); Linda Kozlowski, Crocodile Dundee (3 movies, 2 at the time); Kirstie Alley, Looks Who's Talking (3 movies); Michael Paré, Eddie and the Cruisers (2 movies). See more »
During the graveyard scene between David and Alan, it is clear (because of changes in the amount of light, and the angle of sun in the background, as well as cloud cover) that this particular scene was shot over a period of several hours or possibly days. See more »
Dr. Susan Verner:
Come back to the project, Alan. It's not just a matter of protecting your daughter anymore, as you can see it goes... far beyond that.
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I have just bought this DVD, and I find it an brilliant version. I am very lucky to have the 1960 original on a video, I found the whole film to be thrilling and it has good effects. well done John. I also found the children to be more striking than the original version I also liked little David, he seemed to be like a normal little boy. and Myra ,the girl seemed to be the children's leader. All the children were good little actors and I ask myself now, will there be another village of the damned? after David and that that lady go away in the car, what happens next???? This film will also be my tribrute to Christopher Reeves as well. I also have the book by John Wyndham called The Midwhich cuckoos I miss George Saunders in this 1995 remake. but Christopher Reeves plays a good scientist. I also think that the professor is very brave sharing his home, with one of the children. Very scary!!!!
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