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Credited cast:
George Caleodis ... The Constable
Fritz Cargould Fritz Cargould ... Lenny
Milan A. Cargould Milan A. Cargould ... Graham
Kevin Carr Kevin Carr ... Timmy
Glen Littlejohn Glen Littlejohn ... Mark the Cyclops
John W. Mader ... Extra (as John Mader)
Jon Osbeck ... Tanner
Dovie Pettitt Dovie Pettitt ... Dana
Ryan Stefano Ryan Stefano ... Charlie
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Rated R for language, some sexual content and drug use
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12 May 2002 (USA) See more »

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Sonnyboo Productions See more »
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No Alien Invaders were harmed during the making of this movie. See more »

Alternate Versions

Released as "chapters" online on multiple websites (Including Hollywood.com and the Showtime Channel's Alternative Media Expo). The version being shown at Sci FI conventions (like San Diego Comic-Con and the GAMA/ORIGINS gaming convention) is uncut. See more »

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Slow.
29 January 2006 | by ikaros-3See all my reviews

I saw this at the Ohio State Fair in 2002; I wasn't sure what to expect, but being a fan of both SF and B-movies, I figured it should be interesting at least.

Sadly, I was wrong. 'New World' limped and staggered from incomprehensible scene to incomprehensible scene, plodding slowly without doing much in the way of exposition.

The alien ship designs were interesting, but poorly integrated: they looked like special effects, not alien ships. The acting was uninspired, but no worse than I've seen in a host of other B-movies.

The real problems with 'New World' are pacing--somewhere between glacial and geologic--and attitude about itself. 'New World' takes itself *far* too seriously, becoming pompous in very short order. This was what made sitting through it difficult. With a lighter touch--or at least without the self-importance--this could have been a very fun movie. I went into it because I'm a genre fan. I came out of it wishing MST3K were still on the air, because it was right up their alley. 2/10


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