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From the Director of 'DEADTIME' and 'Crying Wolf' comes Cute Little Buggers! Will you let them take our women? It's Gremlins meets Hot Fuzz set in the English countryside. When hostile aliens crash land on local farmland the villagers at the summer ball get suspicious when young women start going missing. The villagers soon band together around our hero Melchoir to fend off the invaders and bring back peace to the sleepy English countryside! B-movie laughs in this creature feature from Director Tony Jopia.Written by
Cute Little Bugger Films Ltd
I had been waiting for this movie for a long time, it had been in limbo for a while, but the things I read about it (I stopped watching trailers a few years ago, they spoil too much nowadays, and I also avoid movie stills most of the time for the same reason) made me think it would at least be mildly entertaining. Boy was I wrong. The first thing you'll notice are the special effects. The CGI is some of the worst I've ever seen, and I'm talking MS Paint quality level here. The aliens's masks are pathetic (and worse yet are their -I'm guessing CG- tongs). There are hardly any practical effects and they are are quite bad. The dubbing is awful and the acting isn't all that great either. The humor is quite ineffective, pretty much all of the jokes fall flat, at most you'll smirk or chuckle slightly once or twice. The actors's accents didn't do it any favors either. Pretty much the movie's only redeeming feature are a couple of moderately decent breasts. Definitely NOT recommended.
PS: in case you care, there are two scenes after the credits start rolling.
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