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Evil Alien Conquerors (2003)

PG-13 | | Comedy, Sci-Fi | 3 December 2003 (Norway)
Inept beings from the planet Kabijj land on Earth and attempt to behead all of its beings and take over the planet.


Chris Matheson


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Cast overview:
Michael Weston ... Kenny
Diedrich Bader ... My-ik
Chris Parnell ... Du-ug
Tyler Labine ... Croker
Elden Henson ... Ron
Beth Grant ... Sheila
Missy Yager ... Penny
Phil LaMarr ... Vel-Dan
Joel McCrary ... Mr. Breen
Michael McShane ... Rabirr
Martin Spanjers ... Jimmy
Jacob Franchek Jacob Franchek ... Steve
NiCole Robinson ... Gail
Andrew Bilgore ... Clerk
Peter Sherayko ... Counselor


My-ik [Diedrich Bader] and Du-ug [Chris Parnell] are evil alien conquerors from the planet Kabijj. They have exactly 822,000 tilkrons (2 and half days) to behead all of mankind. Otherwise they will feel the wrath of a 100 foot giant, named Croker [Tyler Labine]. Armed with only their swords, these inept evil aliens find Earth harder to conquer than planned. Will alcohol, fast food, mad cows, and women stand in their way? Or is the Earth doomed? Written by Daynera

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Extra-Stupid Extra-Terrestrials


Comedy | Sci-Fi

Motion Picture Rating (MPAA)

Rated PG-13 for crude and sexual humor including dialogue | See all certifications »

Parents Guide:

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Release Date:

3 December 2003 (Norway) See more »

Also Known As:

Zwei Trottel aus dem All See more »

Filming Locations:

Los Angeles, California, USA


Box Office


$500,000 (estimated)
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Technical Specs

Sound Mix:

Dolby Digital



Aspect Ratio:

1.85 : 1
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Did You Know?


When Mike and Doug are chasing the cow, we see a close-up of the cow swishing its ears before charging them and there's a horse in the background running backwards. See more »


My-ik and Du-ug: [shout] Enthuse for Rabirr!
Rabirr: [ears perking up] I am Rabirr!
My-ik and Du-ug: [shout] You are!
Rabirr: Ha!
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Featured in Troldspejlet: Episode #33.7 (2005) See more »


Corn Liquor
Written by Deborah V. Difonzo and Scott Schreer
Performed by Deborah V. Difonzo and Scott Schreer
Published by FreePlayMusic (BMI)
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"I am Croker! I am one hundred feet tall!!!"
5 December 2009 | by Scott_MercerSee all my reviews

No, dude, you're actually about 5 foot 6 and shorter than almost every other person you run into...ah...do you not get that?

I guess that's why this movie is "funny."

Okay, enough snark. This movie actually is funny, if you like stupid, annoying humor. It comes at you full throttle with an absurd premise and distractingly low production values. Seriously, what was the budget on this thing? It looked like a film school production, to be honest. That low.

Two aliens come to earth with orders to behead the entire human race. It becomes clear pretty fast that they have vastly overestimated their prowess and vastly underestimated the resources needed to accomplish their task. Oh well, it's all good actually, because they decide that Earth is a pretty cool place, loaded with fast food, Smirnoff Ice, extremely entertaining infomercials and the genius of Supertramp.

Dedrich Bader and Chris Parnell go through the whole movie in footy pajamas, people. Footy freaking pajamas. And so does the "giant" from their alien world, come to make sure they have taken over Earth, CROKER, who is actually shorter than both of them. Nevertheless, he keeps screaming about the fact that he is 100 feet tall and is going to crush everyone with his giant feet. He also wears footy pajamas. Purple ones.

If this sounds like your cup of tea, your showcase of all-out idiocy, then be sure to check it out. Or if you like the idea of Dedrich Bader and Chris Parnell running through some deserted suburban town at night in footy pajamas, then by all means, 90 minutes of your life is just waiting to be expended. Really stupid, but I guess in this case that is not an insult.

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