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ALIEN OUTLAW: Double Feature - Alien Outlaw & Dark Power

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Alien Outlaw: A legendary B-western film star is pitted against alien invaders! The Dark Power: A group of unsuspecting college coeds move into the house on Totem Hill, a cursed place where four Toltec Sorcerers buried themselves hundreds of years ago.

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Product Details

  • Actors: Lash La Rue, Kari Anderson, Paul Holman, Gil Newsome, Richard Davis
  • Directors: Phil Smoot
  • Format: Color, Dolby, Full Screen, NTSC, Widescreen
  • Language: English
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Number of discs: 2
  • Rated: Unrated
  • Studio: VCI Entertainment
  • DVD Release Date: October 4, 2011
  • Run Time: 171 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 2.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (12 customer reviews)
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  • ASIN: B005HQBOM0
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #288,706 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)

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22 of 24 people found the following review helpful By D. Ham Sr. on December 29, 2005
Format: DVD Verified Purchase
First, I did enjoy this movie and knew what I bought was going to challenge my personal integrity and value as a human being.

Alien Outlaw is a flick you might enjoy at a Drive In Movie that cost $1 per carload showing a few movies for that $1. As a child I enjoyed Lash La Rue and most of those old cowboy serials on 1950's T.V. programs, maybe you did too. These old cowpokes in this movie perform adequately for their age and it is nice to see them, most are gone now. Alien Outlaw is definitely one of those really strange cultish films and there are people on this planet who find it might be something to give them a great pleasure in it's ability to amaze and stupify. The Aliens are muggish frogmen and the cutie with the guns is very nice to look at as are most of the females, the dialogue is sorted, most of the actors try hard, Lash never uses a whip in this movie, ( I was disappointed) there is a horse and several 80's model cars, and a gas station. It may cause you to laugh. Small review. See the movie.
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By J. Lovins HALL OF FAMEVINE VOICE on November 10, 2011
Format: DVD
VCI Entertainment presents "LASH LARUE: ALIEN OUTLAW & THE DARK POWER" (Double Feature) (1985/1987) (171 min/Color)

1st of the double feature:
"ALIEN OUTLAW" (1985) ~ (90 min/Color) ~ Starring: Lash La Rue, Kari Anderson, Paul Holman, Gil Newsome, Richard Davis, Liz Warrington, Sunset Carson, Bill Cody Jr, Paul Holman

Directed by Phil Smoot

If you enjoy over the top campy Sci-fi, then look no more, this is one of the classics with Lash, Sunset and Bill Cody. Filmed and directed by Phil Smoot, on a shoe string budget and the bear minimums, but what he could do with what he had is amazing. Kari Anderson looks great, but that's about it. This is a fun viewing, which can tickle your funny bone if you let it ~ Recommend 3 1/2 stars!

1. ALIEN OUTLAW: Contains a New Wide screen (1.66:1 Anamorphic) and a New Full screen version
2. Commentary track with both the Writer/Director and the Editor
3. Meet the Legends:Sunset Carson interviews Lash.
4. Meet the Ingenue:Interview with Kari Anderson
5. News Conference
6. Behind the Scenes: Home video footage on the set of Alien Outlaw
7. Trailer of 'The Dark Power' with Lash

2nd of the double feature:
"THE DARK POWER" (1987) ~ (81 min/Color) ~ Starring: Lash La Rue, Anna Lane Tatum, Cynthia Bailey, Mary Dalton, Paul Holman, Mighty Joe Coltrane

Directed by Phil Smoot

This is a blast from the past, with another Phil Smoot film featuring everyone's favorite B-Western cowboy Lash LaRue. Here we find sorority girls and out of sorts Native Americans, that call for the whip from Lash. Poor girls are being chased here and there with the bull whip champion ready for action.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Muzzlehatch VINE VOICE on January 14, 2010
Format: DVD
A few months ago, I ordered and watched THE DARK POWER, the first film from North Carolina low-budget auteur Phil Smoot, and I enjoyed it quite a bit. It's very cheap, low-budget fun, made all the more entertaining for me because the filmmakers seem to be taking their work - though not themselves, necessarily - very seriously. I'm not entirely how true the portrait of Ed Wood in Tim Burton's film of the same name is - but picture a guy like that and you've got it pretty much. Anyway, like I said, good cheesy fun and Smoot only made one other film, so I decided I had to get it.

Alas despite this being made after THE DARK POWER, it's less professional and generally a lower quality effort all around. For one thing the acting is just horrendous; the earlier film is about a bunch of college girls set upon by spirits of dead Indians, and the actresses seem like...dumb college girls, so it basically works. In ALIEN OUTLAW you've got a very mediocre actress (Kari Anderson in her only performance, apparently) chosen I suspect for her spectacular legs and rear end, which she shows off to great advantage in a skimpy cowgirl costume early in the film. She's professional trick shot Jesse Jamison (ha-ha get it?), and the plot of the film concerns aliens which look like cheap CREATURE FROM THE BLACK LAGOON knockoffs who come to earth to hunt humans for sport with our own weapons. They get ahold of some of Jesse's guns and go on a little spree, and it's up to our modern western heroine to take 'em out.

Not a bad premise really - with a certain similarity you might note to PREDATOR, which actually came out 2 years later - but the film does nothing with it.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Robert I. Hedges HALL OF FAMETOP 500 REVIEWER on August 15, 2015
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"Alien Outlaw" is an extremely cheaply made B-movie from 1985 with a threat from space so ludicrous it's not worth the time it takes to discuss. If you are looking for something on the order of "Predator", this will not be to your liking. It's essentially a space western with a sharpshooting girl, Jesse Jamison (Kari Anderson, in a ludicrous outfit), who has her own traveling show as the heroine. She duels it out with insanely cheap frogmen from space brandishing revolvers, while she negotiates her way to a new contract with The Diamond booking Agency: you'll hear way more about that than you ever wanted to, and you'll see her sleazy manager's gratuitous full mane of back hair as an unsavory bonus.

The film has some annoying and amusing diversions. On the annoying side of the house is a clear nominee for the most grating phone call in cinema history and the most ludicrous argument about hunting in history (on a related side note: a holster over boxer shorts is a fashion faux pas.) On the amusing side of the house are performances from two gentlemanly stars of westerns from decades ago, Sunset Carson and Lash La Rue. Also appearing as "Brown Horse" is "Happy Wingo". I loved the line "She's the Annie Oakley of the '80s!" (Courtesy of The Diamond Booking Agency, of course.) If you want to watch some tense contract negotiation, this is the alien western for you.

"Alien Outlaw" was filmed largely on location in Sparta, NC, and has an enjoyable folksy appeal if you like B-movies or westerns.
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