Alien Intruder (2003) Horror Movie Review
Horror movies Review
Every now and then, a movie comes along that is so outrageous in it’s badness that it must be seen to be believed. Alien Intruder is one of these films, looking like it just came out of a late 80’s/early 90’s dungeon with every story cliche, horrible editing, and laser blaster effects that will leave you laughing while you roll around on the floor. Billy Dee Williams plays a whiny commander who frees four criminals to mount a rescue mission in space. What they find is everyone dead and the ship inhabited by a seductive alien (Tracy Scoggins) who likes red mini-skirts, and forces the men to fight over her. Yeah, it’s the Dirty Dozen meets Species, but it’s nowhere near as fun, with Williams wondering why he’s involved with this, Scoggins is miscast, and Maxwell Caulfield, cast as the lead prisoner/hero, looks like he’s half asleep. There isn’t one redeeming factor of Alien Intruder; only that it must be seen for it’s sheer badness, and be seen by young and up and coming film makers so that they know how to not do a movie.
About Alien Intruder (2003)
Starring: Maxwell Caulfield, Tracy Scoggins, Billy Dee Williams, Gary Roberts, Richard Cody (II)
Runtime: 94 minutes
Director: Ricardo Jacques Gale