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Seedpeople 2000 R CC

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The citizens of Comet Valley are being taken over by seeds from an alien plant that has taken root there. A sheriff investigates the strange goings-on.

Starring:
Sam Hennings, Andrea Roth
Runtime:
1 hour, 22 minutes

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Product Details

Genres Science Fiction, Horror
Director Peter Manoogian
Starring Sam Hennings, Andrea Roth
Supporting actors Dane Witherspoon, Bernard Kates, Holly Fields, John Mooney, Anne Betancourt, David Dunard, Charles Bouvier, Sonny Carl Davis, J. Marvin Campbell, Matt Demeritt, Debbie Lee Carrington, Michael Gregory
Studio Echo Bridge
MPAA rating R (Restricted)
Captions and subtitles English Details
Rental rights 7-day viewing period. Details
Purchase rights Stream instantly and download to 2 locations Details
Format Amazon Video (streaming online video and digital download)

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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on January 20, 1999
Format: VHS Tape
when a creature from outer space resembling a mutant tree craves world domination it does so by turning people into plant monsters (three types the sailor a fly-like creature that acts as a scout,the tumbler a furry plant thing turns into a thorny ball and the shooter a two legged no armed plant beast that takes over peoples minds or turns them into other shooters) and by using the residents of an oterwise quiet town to germinate more plant creatures the only ones who can stop it are a man returning to the town a unbalenced mad scientest a young cop and two teenaged girls
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5 of 7 people found the following review helpful By Michael Fleishman on June 9, 2002
Format: VHS Tape
Evil has sprouted in Comet Valley, in the form of some unusual inhabitants: Shooter, Tumbler and Sailor, bloodthirsty plants with a nasty personality. They're persuasive in attracting followers to their cause-an ingenious plan to pollinate and rule the world. Their plot might come to fruit unless a few enlightened humans can find a way to stop them.
Tom Bains (SAM HENNINGS) is a state geologist sent to Comet Valley to investigate a possible meteorite landing from the past. He notices the strange behavior of many of the town's citizens, particularly Doc Roller (BERNARD KATES), a botanist with a chilling theory about the meteorite. Roller believes the fragments that fell from the sky are actually seeds, which are suddenly germinating at an uncontrollable speed.
Bains and Doc team up with Brad Yates (DANE WITHERSPOON), the town's Deputy Sheriff, and Heidi Tucker (ANDREA ROTH), Bains' former sweetheart, in a desperate attempt to stop the attack and free Comet Valley from the SEEDPEOPLE.
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3 of 4 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on August 7, 1998
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A low budget film produced in the vein of 'Attack of the Killer Tomatoes' - this film is a cult classic horror film. If it had been made by Renee Duchamp, it would have been art. This film should be packaged with its own seeds for home gardening. END
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1 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Sid the Elf on August 24, 2012
Format: VHS Tape
Being just on the cusp of September we are starting to get the cravings to watch loads of horror b, football, and drink plenty of fall craft beers. Now it still may be jumping the gun to some, but we're very enthusiastic about the upcoming Autumn season and try to rush it as quickly as possible. Despite it not being a brisk fall evening, we still felt it necessary to kick the season off with a little Full Moon goodness. Full Moon was a force of B to be reckoned with in the mid 80's-mid 90's, which unfortunately is no longer the case in this day and age. Since then it's been a slow and painful fall from grace that leaves us longing for the old gems like Seedpeople. Sure these films are still bad, but they're that perfect storm of unintentional comedy we all need in life.

We kick off the evening in a sleepy little town known as Comet Valley, which has a strong case of "the feel." Enter our...um hero?...of the film that looks like a combination of Matt Collins and the nerdy lead role actor in Time Chasers. This guy is a real beaut. His name is Tom Baines, a geologist, whose returned to his hometown of Comet Valley to search for a meteorite that crashed recently. Well he got a little more then he expected when he ,along with some of his old pals, find they've been invaded from alien plants who take the form of there Earthling specimens. You have to love a B movie that completely rips off a famous movie, and then demolishes the originally plot. When the people are overtaken by the seed creatures they still look like themselves, however they just walk around like they took a few pokes off a joint. When angered they morph into these little alien seed-like puppets. These things are awesome. Go figure the local town nutcase turns out to be a genius when it comes to exterminating plants.
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