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Alien Agenda: Endangered Species (1998)

Unrated | | Horror, Sci-Fi | Video 9 June 1998
Fritz and Megan find themselves working at 'The Complex', a facility that secretly watches extraterrestrial activity. Unable to trust anyone else because of the alien invasion, they decide ... See full summary »
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Credited cast:
Debbie Rochon ... Megan Cross
Joel D. Wynkoop ... Cope Ransom
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Alejandro Aragonez Alejandro Aragonez ... Fritz Coligan
Jeffrey Arsenault
Ken Blanck Ken Blanck ... Sheen
Daisy Campisi Daisy Campisi ... Marion Jurgen
Sasha Graham Sasha Graham
Jaimie Kail Jaimie Kail ... Gutmuncher
Franklin E. Wales Franklin E. Wales ... Gutmunched Father
Richard Wales Richard Wales ... Gutmuncher
Kris Walker Kris Walker ... Gutmuncher
Crystal Wildman Crystal Wildman ... Gutmuncher
Joe Zaso ... John
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Fritz and Megan find themselves working at 'The Complex', a facility that secretly watches extraterrestrial activity. Unable to trust anyone else because of the alien invasion, they decide to infiltrate the mutant infested wasteland of Florida and fight the invaders. Written by Watch_Movies

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You Don't Want to Know the Truth!

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Horror | Sci-Fi

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Unrated
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Very entertaining, a nice deviation on the X-Files
4 November 1999 | by tie1985See all my reviews

If you're into the X-Files, alien invasions, and action/sci-fi, you'll wanna check out ENDANGERED SPECIES. It's a wild trip into an alien war between two species, the Greys and the Morphs, and the humans that intercept their intentions. There's three interlinking stories in this movie, all of which are entertaining. Debra Rochon's acting is top notch, and Joel Wynkoop does a great "Man With No Name" impersonation as a burned out hero infiltrating the radiated swamplands of Florida. All the directors do a fine job in executing their segments, budgetary restraints considered. The plot is very complex and it's recommended to view this movie a couple of times to get all the details straight in your mind. One part has some excellent stop-motion photography and animation, while another has wild action that includes karate fights, alligator wrestling, and the coolest looking alien space station I've seen on this side of the Mississippi. The flick is also pretty decent for family viewing, minor swearing and violence aside. So if you're a sci-fi fan looking for a little deviation from Scully and Mulder, get this flick and check it out.


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9 June 1998 (USA) See more »

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Las Vegas, Nevada, USA See more »

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