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Science fiction with a musical bent. A UFO has landed and is using a local radio station to kidnap young women by making them smaller and sucking them through the airwaves into them little bottles as shown on the box cover.
Like another reviewer said, I can't believe it was rated "R".
Best of all is a cameo from Tim Thomerson as Brick Bardo, from another Full Moon production, Dollman.
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