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GOOD 80'S HORROR. SEX, GORE, AND SPACESHIPS. LOVE THE OLD 80'S SOUND EFFECTS!
So what this film taught me is that any film telling you that it's 'so bad it's good' is likely just fucking BAD, period.
Aliens need sexy 'teens' (read: 20-somethings) for their plan to leave our planet, and there's a ton of poor has-been actors and actresses in this turkey trying to pay the bills and keep their electricity on, so you're also left feeling sorry for them that something like this is likely their swan-song.
Pass, unless you have a higher tolerance for crap than I do.
Space aliens abduct students for life extending blood platelet extractions. Their computer identifies a prime isolated college town but fails to account for summer vacation causing a specimen shortage. Ridiculous but I liked some of the kids.
Bloodsucking humanoid aliens set up camp in a small town and drain teenagers. Wild 80s time capsule with big hair, goofy space suits, gritty torture porn, untamed sex and a impressive B-cast.
I hated this fucking movie. There were some great laughs in a few spots, but the same things just happen over and over and it became boring as hell. How did something like this get money (I'm guessing at least a few hundred thousand) in the 80s and I can't even get a few grand to make my movie today?
Aliens strategically land in college town to maximize prime specimens for research but mistakenly arrive during summer break. Not without its appeal but largely incompetent production. Tony O'Dell would go from playing a college student here to playing a high school student for the next five seasons of Head Of The Class.
Yeah it's a pretty crazy movie, and kinda bad, but it made me laugh and I had fun watching it.
Think slasher mixed with the "V" miniseries and you are approaching the story. Add a lake full of sex-starved teenagers and you can start watching this. I'd say it can be a part of some sort of drinkinh context, but outside of that I don't know why you'd want to watch it.
Sex, boobs, blood, aliens, and huge doses of pure 80's cheese. Recommended.