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Infection (2005)

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On May 19, 2004, an unprecedented biological outbreak occurred in Lawton, California. A classified N.S.A.A. report detailed the carnage which ensued that night. This film is based on that top-secret report.


Albert Pyun


Cynthia Curnan





Credited cast:
Jenny Dare Paulin ... Cheryl Cooper (as Virginia Dare)
Morgan Weisser ... Timmy Boswell
Alan Abelew Alan Abelew ... Jenkins
Tony Stewart Tony Stewart ... Man with Disabled Truck
Don Keith Opper ... Deputy Ben (voice) (as Don Opper)
Norbert Weisser ... Dr. Franks / Deputy Ben
Joseph Friedl Joseph Friedl ... Tow Truck Driver
Laurie O'Brien Laurie O'Brien ... Reporter
Cary Thompson Cary Thompson ... Government Agent / Alien
Lauren Sutherland Lauren Sutherland ... Jenkins' Wife
Scott Paulin ... Officer Brick Bardo
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Jade Sealey ... (voice)


A meteor carrying an unknown infection, lands outside a Small Californian community, bringing terror and death. Just after midnight, a local rancher named Larry Jenkins discovers the meteor and calls the police. Inspector Bardo is sent to the scene to investigate. The small Lawton police department is short-handed, as it is the night of the high school prom. Arriving at a desolate forest road miles out of town, Bardo discovers that Jenkins has been infected by the alien organism. The officer is savagely attacked and infected. Both men head towards Lawton, terrorizing and contaminating everyone they encounter. Meanwhile, Cheryl and Timmy have left the prom and are parked atop Lover's Lane. Bardo comes upon the lovebirds and attacks them, infecting Timmy. Now Cheryl must run for her life through the pitch-black forest, escaping her pursuers and trying to reach the authorities before the infection spreads to L.A. Written by Anonymous

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Not of this earth...



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Rated R for language | See all certifications »

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24 March 2014 | by TerminalManSee all my reviews

...but that by no means makes it good or even mediocre. This doesn't rise to "complete crap" status. And that's the fascinating part: it's such a non-movie that you keep watching and waiting for something to happen so the movie can get started. But it never does. It actively avoids everything...period. I can't stress enough that isn't an exaggeration, this lack-of-a-movie avoids it's own characters and plot, even just abandoning them completely by the side of the road and goes for a long, slow drive through the countryside. Yes, that literally happens, it's actually a pretty succinct summary of the entire 70 or minute runtime.

The most interesting thing about the whole thing comes from the fact that it was made at all: who thought this was a good enough idea to make a movie? Who heard the pitch and invested real, actual money to make it happen? How can an absolute absence of story and characters and events be anything but boring? Was this just another attempt to scam the foreign video market with a fake movie made for $20 and a tank of gas?

If nothing else, "Invasion" raises a lot of questions. "Can't there be an IMDb rating BELOW 1?", for example.

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Release Date:

18 December 2007 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

Invasion See more »

Filming Locations:

California, USA See more »


Box Office


$35,000 (estimated)
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Production Co:

Filmwerks See more »
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1.78 : 1
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