Galaxy Invader 2007 NR CC

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An alien is hunted by a gang of drunken hillbillies who saw him crash-land his spaceship.

Starring:
Richard Ruxton, Faye Tilles
Runtime:
1 hour, 21 minutes

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Galaxy Invader

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Genres Science Fiction
Director Don Dohler
Starring Richard Ruxton, Faye Tilles
Supporting actors George Stover, Greg Dohler, Anne Frith, Richard Dyszel, Kim Dohler, Theresa Harold, Don Leifert, Glenn Barnes, Cliff Lambert, Jerry Schuerholz, Paul Wilson, David W. Donoho, Doug Moran, Dan Meyler, Phil Lister, Bob Reichert, Michael Daines, Carol Grumbine
Studio Synergy Ent
MPAA rating NR (Not Rated)
Captions and subtitles English Details
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Bad acting, extremely slow paced.
Ricky
The fight scenes where everyone was moving slowly enough to make sure they really did not hit each other was like something from an awful Kung Fu movie.
Lonnie E. Holder
Together, they seek to make contact with the alien creature that has come out of the ship.
Bindy Sue Frřnkünschtein

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7 of 8 people found the following review helpful By bernie HALL OF FAMETOP 500 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on April 15, 2009
Format: DVD
They just do not build space ships the way they used to, so this one has to make a pit stop on earth. The occupant gets wrapped up in a local family squabble. More deadly than army tanks is a domestic squabble with rednecks (from Maryland). In the tussle, the local baddy and a floozy just may get bumped off.

Will the visitor (green man not to get mixed up with our local green man) get away?
On the other hand, will Joe take a flying leap?

Ether ways we will be intrigued with this look in to domestic co-dependency.

This film was SHOT entirely on location in Maryland.

Somewhere out there is a torn T-shirt that was the key prop and possible the best actor in the film. I wonder what it would bring in auction.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Lonnie E. Holder HALL OF FAMETOP 1000 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on February 22, 2006
Format: VHS Tape
This movie is just plain awful. The acting is horrible, the plot is dumb, and the special effects are beyond cheesy. In the pantheon of bad movies, this one has little in the way of redeeming characteristics and much in the way of groans.

An alien lands on earth for reasons that the movie never discusses. The alien looks something like the "Creature from the Black Lagoon," except he has a skimpy costume, which I am sure is highly attractive to other similar aliens, and his skin is bumpier, which I attribute to too much time in tanning salons. Unfortunately for this alien, he has landed in the middle of red-neck hell, the capital of which seems to be Harleyville, Maryland.

Given that the people in Harleyville seem to have little to do, someone spotted the alien's spaceship landing. The next thing you know, the local rednecks try to play ball with the alien. Then the locals try playing hide and seek at night with the alien. When the alien appears to be winning, the locals try to shoot the alien. Unfortunately, the alien's weapon is much more powerful and accurate than those of the locals, and shoots powerful fireworks that zoom all over the place and yet seem to be lethal, like old guy farts.

We get several subplots in this movie. There is the relationship between Carol Montague (Faye Tilles) and Michael Smith (Cliff Lambert), which red-neck father Joe Montague (Richard Ruxton) disapproves. We frequently see Carol and David running about trying to help the alien. Then there is Dr. Tracy (Richard Dyszel, who has also played Bozo the Clown in some local markets) and his former student David Harmon (Greg Dohler), who first spotted the alien ship landing. Dr.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Bindy Sue Frřnkünschtein TOP 1000 REVIEWER on July 31, 2005
Format: VHS Tape
A spaceship (don't worry, it's never shown) lands in the woods outside of Harleyville, USA. A college student sees it crash and calls his science professor for help. Together, they seek to make contact with the alien creature that has come out of the ship. Alas, the visitor has landed smack-dab in the middle of hillbilly country! Soon, every drunken slob with a shotgun is after him, trying to either steal his weapons or take his life! Will the poor E.T. survive? Can he "invade" before this town-ful of dimwits annihilates him?? Watch and see for yourself. I kept hoping the creature would blast the whole town to smithereens! GALAXY INVADER has a cast of characters who definitely skipped acting school! Don Dohler wrote, directed, and "stars" in this stale pile of space-poo. Oh my...
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on June 29, 1999
Format: VHS Tape
In my humble opinion, this is the worst movie I have ever seen, as far as special effects, acting, directing, and dialog. But....for some odd reason, I Love It! It's not bad in a Beautician and The Beast or Monkey Trouble sort of way, it's actually so bad, it's hilarious. There are so many classically bad sections of this movie, it's a waste to try and describe them here. If you can respect ludicrous movies such as "Redneck Zombies" and "The Man in the Iron Mask", you'll love this little gem. Do yourself a favor and rent it at a video store or spend the 13 bucks and buy it here, you won't be sorry.
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3 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Daniel Jolley HALL OF FAMETOP 500 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on August 4, 2008
Format: DVD
The Galaxy Invader ought to come with complementary clothespins because this is one heaping pile of cinematic cow patty. I'm sure there are lots of Dohlers out there who are as fine a folks as you could ever want to meet, but I personally fully intend to run away as fast as my legs can carry me the next time I see or hear that name again. This movie is just plum full of Dohlers - writer/director/editor Don Dohler had his hand in just about everything, and the three different Dohlers included in the cast aren't content to merely make fools of themselves in front of the camera either, choosing to dabble in cinematography and production coordinating (whatever that is). I hope the guy who played the alien used a fake name - since he never appeared without his bargain bin Creature From the Black Lagoon costume on, he alone of everyone associated with The Galaxy Invader might actually be able to hold his head up in public by now (the film dates back to 1985).

Basically, you've got this weird alien dude crashing his spaceship (which we never see hide nor hair of, incidentally) just outside the extremely rural town of Harleyville, Maryland - or, to put it bluntly, Hicksville, USA. The alien does some snooping around for no apparent reason, but he spends the vast majority of his time wandering around in the woods. That's where Joe Montague (Richard Ruxton) finds him while he's out chasing his twenty-five-year-old daughter with a shotgun because she won't stop seeing the son of the Hatfield to his McCoy. He shoots at the creature, knocks a giant ping pong ball off his suit, and scurries home with it, convinced it's going to make him rich.
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