Subject: I have found a DVD that I think you would enjoy
Actors: Billy Jayne, Judy Landers, Olivia Barash, Stuart Fratkin, Raymond O'Connor
Director: David DeCoteau
Genres: Comedy, Science Fiction & Fantasy
Alien Cheese From Canada
Robert I. Hedges | 02/24/2004
(3 out of 5 stars)
"This is easily one of the silliest coming of age sagas ever made. Made in Canada and starring Judy Landers as "Miss Xenobia", an alien disguised (with excessive makeup and gigantic hair) as a college biology teacher. "Dr. Alien" is somewhat like "Weird Science" combined with "Hobgoblins" in overall texture and concept. The plot revolves around the transformation of Billy Jacoby from nerd to extremely cool (for mid 1980's Canada) studmuffin. Along the way many silly situations typical of the genre happen, and poor Billy Jacoby gets a comical looking, yet disturbing additional appendage (which talks, but it's not what you think) that helps him out with the ladies. I am particularly fond of the scenes in the bar, both for the rankness of the music and later the Hobgoblins-esque (though with better special effects) brawl. Three stars, it definitely has mid 1980s camp value, which will make you laugh if you are so inclined, but it isn't outrageous enough to watch repeatedly."
Robert I. Hedges | 12/09/2003
(3 out of 5 stars)
"The plot is pretty standard. "Geek" is asked to help his (gorgeous) substitute biology teacher with an experiment. All of the sudden "geek" gets cool and has amazing...self-confidence...at least partially due to the pheremones put out by the thing poking out of his head. Turns out the substitute is an alien out to save her race by experimenting on hapless humans.So can our geek ever get the one girl he wants, instead of the hundreds he doesn't? Get the show and find out."
Anyone who likes cheesy 80's, will like this.
Robert I. Hedges | 09/10/2000
(4 out of 5 stars)
"This is a big time cheesy 80's movie, but I'm sure if you like stuff like that (I do), this is a good investment. It's also got a little T&A which I'm sure can't hurt at all."