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Zarkorr! The Invader (1996)

PG | | Sci-Fi | 4 July 2015 (UK)
An "average" postal worker is informed by a tiny alien hologram which looks like a teenage girl that he is the "choosen one" to destroy a giant reptile to save the Earth.


Neal Marshall Stevens (screenplay) (as Benjamin Carr)




Cast overview, first billed only:
Franklin A. Vallette ... Horrace
Don Yanan ... Dunk
Peter Looney ... Billy
Dyer McHenry Dyer McHenry ... Al
Rhys Pugh Rhys Pugh ... Tommy Ward (as Rees Christian Pugh)
Torie Lynch Torie Lynch ... Proctor
Stan Chambers ... Stan
Elizabeth Anderson Elizabeth Anderson ... Elizabeth Anderson
Robert Craighead ... Marty Karlson
Dileen Nesson Dileen Nesson ... Debby Dalverson
Deprise Grossman Deprise Grossman ... Stephanie Martin
Mary Ostow Mary Ostow ... Reporter
Jim Glassman Jim Glassman ... Stage Manager
Emmett Grennan Emmett Grennan ... Crew Member
Mike Terner Mike Terner ... Guard One


An "average" postal worker is informed by a tiny alien hologram which looks like a teenage girl that he is the "choosen one" to destroy a giant reptile to save the Earth.

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Citizens of Earth beware...



Motion Picture Rating (MPAA)

Rated PG for monster violence and mild language

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Did You Know?


The Zarkorr costume was designed by Jodi Zimelman with Zarkorr's roar taken from Tyrannosaurus-rex of Jurassic Park. See more »


References Savage Island (1985) See more »


Written and produced by 'Fuzzbee Morse'
Performed by 'Fuzzbee Morse'
Published by Fuzzbee Music, BMI
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Hold your nose
28 October 2001 | by knsevySee all my reviews

First, let me make it clear that I'm a big fan of bad sci-fi, especially when it involves gigantic, city-stomping monsters. But this one is so fantastically lame that I can't even like it for being bad. They apparently didn't shave enough money off the budget by skimping on the props (the only prop we have to indicate the size of the alien girl is an oversized novelty pencil, available at Spencer's Gifts for about fifteen bucks), they also decided not to outlay for concept or plot. The monster DOES look okay, in my opinion, but it doesn't have enough interaction with the backgrounds, i.e. not enough destruction to suit most fans of the genre. The general rule of giant monster movies is: If you don't have a lot of fake-looking buildings to smash, then you'd better have another fake-looking monster to wrestle with. This movie has neither. I can't make my final complaint about the movie without giving away the ending, but suffice to say the origin of the monster, and the method found to get rid of it, just don't hold water. Not even as well as most of these movies. Skip it.

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4 July 2015 (UK) See more »

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