Reviews

  • Aug 26, 2021

    Only David DeCoteau could make a rip-off of Alien starring Linnea Quigley and Ashlyn Gere* boring. I mean, that's some serious talent right there. Actually, this movie feels more like a rip-off of Rats: The Night of Terror, which is another amazing thing to actually steal from Bruno Mattei. That's like psychologically manipulating Charles Manson. This was so brazen that the tagline was "Move over, Aliens, here come the Creepozoids. Even if you kill them, they're still deadly." Quigley has mentioned that there were supposed to be more sex scenes with hr and the monster, which means that this would have also stolen from Galaxy of Terror. There's a giant baby, a mutant rat and it's the best David DeCoteau I've seen and it still sucks. *Ironically, the actresses switched roles because Ms. Gere, who went on to become one of the biggest stars in adult films ever, was uncomfortable with nudity.

    Only David DeCoteau could make a rip-off of Alien starring Linnea Quigley and Ashlyn Gere* boring. I mean, that's some serious talent right there. Actually, this movie feels more like a rip-off of Rats: The Night of Terror, which is another amazing thing to actually steal from Bruno Mattei. That's like psychologically manipulating Charles Manson. This was so brazen that the tagline was "Move over, Aliens, here come the Creepozoids. Even if you kill them, they're still deadly." Quigley has mentioned that there were supposed to be more sex scenes with hr and the monster, which means that this would have also stolen from Galaxy of Terror. There's a giant baby, a mutant rat and it's the best David DeCoteau I've seen and it still sucks. *Ironically, the actresses switched roles because Ms. Gere, who went on to become one of the biggest stars in adult films ever, was uncomfortable with nudity.

  • May 16, 2016

    I can't really rate this higher even though it is entertaining. A crappy Aliens rip off with terrible acting which somehow manages to overstay its welcome even at its slender running time of just over 1 hour. That said, there's some alright gore and a decent fight scene and the main alien's costume is laughably bad (as are the giant rats). I'm tempted to go higher for the finale's alien baby but even that goes on a little too long and doesn't make a whole lot of sense. Then again, if you expect a film called 'Creepozoids' to make sense you're probably watching the wrong film. Would make a good late night b-movie watch with some beers and friends to share in the hilarity of it all.

    I can't really rate this higher even though it is entertaining. A crappy Aliens rip off with terrible acting which somehow manages to overstay its welcome even at its slender running time of just over 1 hour. That said, there's some alright gore and a decent fight scene and the main alien's costume is laughably bad (as are the giant rats). I'm tempted to go higher for the finale's alien baby but even that goes on a little too long and doesn't make a whole lot of sense. Then again, if you expect a film called 'Creepozoids' to make sense you're probably watching the wrong film. Would make a good late night b-movie watch with some beers and friends to share in the hilarity of it all.

  • Jan 31, 2016

    This is a short (72 minutes), low-budget horror / science-fiction movie with bad acting, limited special effects and one of the 80's-iest soundtrack possible. It can be defined as an amateurish mix between Alien (SCOTT 1979) and Day of the Dead (ROMERO1985). The ending is confusing, but the movie is nonetheless interesting.

    This is a short (72 minutes), low-budget horror / science-fiction movie with bad acting, limited special effects and one of the 80's-iest soundtrack possible. It can be defined as an amateurish mix between Alien (SCOTT 1979) and Day of the Dead (ROMERO1985). The ending is confusing, but the movie is nonetheless interesting.

  • Jan 31, 2013

    CREEPOZOIDS crawls out of the same acrid pit that brought us other abysmal ALIEN clones like CREATURE, INSEMINOID, and FORBIDDEN WORLD. It is the year 1998, and the world has been destroyed by nuclear war. Those unlucky enough to survive struggle to find food and supplies by scavenging the ruined cities. One such group happens upon a deserted laboratory, which they soon discover is home to a number of horrifying genetic experiments that are still living within its walls! With no further plot to speak of, the audience is left waiting for a monstrous payoff that never arrives. At least the F-Grade cast can rely on the special effects crew to distract from their acting with the shoddy creature designs. The three mutant monsters share no similarities whatsoever, so it often feels as if the script was written around whatever rejected creations the studio had lying around at the time. But what can you really say? It's a DeCoteau. CREEPOZOIDS is currently being held in strict reserves for B-Movie fans only.

    CREEPOZOIDS crawls out of the same acrid pit that brought us other abysmal ALIEN clones like CREATURE, INSEMINOID, and FORBIDDEN WORLD. It is the year 1998, and the world has been destroyed by nuclear war. Those unlucky enough to survive struggle to find food and supplies by scavenging the ruined cities. One such group happens upon a deserted laboratory, which they soon discover is home to a number of horrifying genetic experiments that are still living within its walls! With no further plot to speak of, the audience is left waiting for a monstrous payoff that never arrives. At least the F-Grade cast can rely on the special effects crew to distract from their acting with the shoddy creature designs. The three mutant monsters share no similarities whatsoever, so it often feels as if the script was written around whatever rejected creations the studio had lying around at the time. But what can you really say? It's a DeCoteau. CREEPOZOIDS is currently being held in strict reserves for B-Movie fans only.

  • Oct 27, 2012

    Army deserters take shelter from deadly nuclear war induced acid rain in a lab are stalked by a genetically engineered creature that gives birth to a mutated human baby. Decent job done on a limited budget other than the stuffed animal rats.

    Army deserters take shelter from deadly nuclear war induced acid rain in a lab are stalked by a genetically engineered creature that gives birth to a mutated human baby. Decent job done on a limited budget other than the stuffed animal rats.

  • Oct 17, 2011

    80s scifi horror that features a monster that is unsure what it wants. No seriously, the creature attacks people, but the results vary each time: some are killed, some are infected, some are dragged off, etc. This made the film sort of "unpredictable" in a way. Oh, and Linnea Quigley gets naked...again. Strangely enough Fallout 2 referenced this film...sort of.

    80s scifi horror that features a monster that is unsure what it wants. No seriously, the creature attacks people, but the results vary each time: some are killed, some are infected, some are dragged off, etc. This made the film sort of "unpredictable" in a way. Oh, and Linnea Quigley gets naked...again. Strangely enough Fallout 2 referenced this film...sort of.

  • Sep 30, 2011

    Imagine if Roger Corman had decided to rip off "Aliens," decided it was a bad idea and turned it over to Ed Wood halfway through. Ed Wood then tried to make the film more cheaply than any other he'd made while drinking a quart of floor polish for breakfast every morning. Now imagine that someone tied you down and clipped your eyes open like in "A Clockwork Orange" and made you watch the finished product while performing dental work on you without an anesthetic. Don't. Just don't. It gets one star for Linnea Quigley in a wet t-shirt being on-screen for substantial periods. That's the only good thing about this deservedly forgotten bladders-and-latex crapfest.

    Imagine if Roger Corman had decided to rip off "Aliens," decided it was a bad idea and turned it over to Ed Wood halfway through. Ed Wood then tried to make the film more cheaply than any other he'd made while drinking a quart of floor polish for breakfast every morning. Now imagine that someone tied you down and clipped your eyes open like in "A Clockwork Orange" and made you watch the finished product while performing dental work on you without an anesthetic. Don't. Just don't. It gets one star for Linnea Quigley in a wet t-shirt being on-screen for substantial periods. That's the only good thing about this deservedly forgotten bladders-and-latex crapfest.

  • Jan 23, 2011

    Grade-Z "Aliens" rip-off starring THE 80's queen of scream, Linnea Quigley (she also co-produced). Needless to say a must see for those of a certain mindset, as everything about this classic is atrocious - the dialogue, the acting, the sets (both of them)... the special effects are generally pretty crappy too, but I gotta give props to the creature design of the "little fella" who appears in the finale.

    Grade-Z "Aliens" rip-off starring THE 80's queen of scream, Linnea Quigley (she also co-produced). Needless to say a must see for those of a certain mindset, as everything about this classic is atrocious - the dialogue, the acting, the sets (both of them)... the special effects are generally pretty crappy too, but I gotta give props to the creature design of the "little fella" who appears in the finale.

  • Lee ? Super Reviewer
    Jan 09, 2011

    Cheapo Aliens-type rip-off with very few redeeming qualities accept for the humorously bad moments, like the mad-eyed mutant baby! Has a couple of gruesome moments but generally the make-up and creature effects were laughable... as was the supposed plot. Thank God it was only on for 70 minutes!

    Cheapo Aliens-type rip-off with very few redeeming qualities accept for the humorously bad moments, like the mad-eyed mutant baby! Has a couple of gruesome moments but generally the make-up and creature effects were laughable... as was the supposed plot. Thank God it was only on for 70 minutes!

  • Nov 13, 2010

    Utter garbage, but I still love it. I bought it because it has B movie scream queen Linnea Quiggley in it and she shines in her off beat, bad acting way as usual. Nothing special and the film is overall easily forgettable, but if you are a fan of cheesy horror flicks from the eighties, check it out.

    Utter garbage, but I still love it. I bought it because it has B movie scream queen Linnea Quiggley in it and she shines in her off beat, bad acting way as usual. Nothing special and the film is overall easily forgettable, but if you are a fan of cheesy horror flicks from the eighties, check it out.