Lobster Man From Mars 2004 Horror Movie Review
Horror movies Review
It boggles the mind…giant seafood from outer space trying to steal the earth’s air. This absurd sci-fi farce is the stuff of which cult classics are made. Movie mogul J.P. Shelldrake (Tony Curtis) discovers he’s in desperate need of a tax loss to keep the I.R.S. off his back. He has to find a “loser” motion picture for his company to release. In walks boy producer, writer, director Stevie Horowitz with his homemade epic LOBSTER MAN FROM MARS. Producer Stevie has liberally “borrowed” almost every comedy bit ever written for his zany, Martian-invades-earth parody. After a screening, Shelldrake believes it’s the perfect film for his needs. Snicker and chuckle your way through this uproarious comedy to find out who actually gets the last laugh.
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