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The Galaxy Invader

USA 1985
produced by
Moviecraft Entertainment
directed by Don Dohler
starring Richard Ruxton, Faye Tilles, George Stover, Greg Dohler, Don Leifert, Anne Firth, Richard Dyszel, Kim Dohler, Cliff Lambert, Theresa Harold, Glenn Barnes, Jerry Schuerholz, Paul Wilson, David W. Donoho, Doug Moran, Dan Mayler, Phil Lister, Bob Reichert, Michael Daines, Carol Grumbine, Janet Bethke, Bunky Hart, Dawn Merenda, Kerry Merenda, Tricia Long, Donna Sonneborn, Valerie Andrews, Thomas Regan, Dick Svehla, Hank Stumer, Gayle Stumer, Pat Long, Pam Dohler, Carol D'Amico, Bob Culotta
written by Don Dohler, music by Norman Noplock, special effects by Cracker Factory, meteor effects by Taylor Made Images

review by
Mike Haberfelner

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An UFO lands somewhere in backwoods USA, but nobody seems to care too much about this, except for a student, David (Greg Dohler), and his professor, Tracy (Richard Dyszel), and an alcoholic and violent patriarch, Joe (Richard Ruxton) and his sleazy business partner Custer (Don Leifert). Unfortunately, Joe and Custer get their hands on the alien (Glenn Barnes) from the UFO first, disarm it, tie it up and want to sell it and especially its gun to whomever for a profit. David and professor tracy meanwhile figure they have to free the alien and return its gun, and soon they are even able to enlist Joe's whole family to help them. Even the alien joins forces with them once freed, but Joe and Custer - who dies fighting - are so fanatical about the whole thing that they even resort to killing both Professor Tracy and teh alien to make their point ... but in the end it's Joe's own wife (Anne Frith) who kills him to make a few wrongs right again (?) ...


What a piece of bullshit: That this film was produced on pretty much a shoestring doesn't necessarily have to be a bad omen, and I also don't mind that the alien costume sucks and the props, especially the alien's gun, are less than exciting. The bad thing about this film is its plot though that populates the backwoods with caricatures without even as much as seeing its underlying irony, instead taking itself so seriously it's almost hilarious - without ever being funny though. Add to this bad actors and a rather tired directorial job and you are left with ... next to nothing, actually.


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