Subject: I have found a DVD that I think you would enjoy
Actors: Jay Acovone, Erick Avari, Gary Graham, Richard Hatch, Richard Herd
Director: Robert Dyke
Genres: Horror, Science Fiction & Fantasy
Still guilt-ridden over the accident that took his family's lives, Eric Norris discovers that his body is host to a parasite from another world. Except, it is more than a parasite: it carries his DNA. Is this his new son... more »
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Marla W. (disneyprincess) from MARSHFIELD, MA
Reviewed on 11/27/2010...
Initially, when it started, I thought it looked like a bad soft-core flick, but it just turned out to be a bad movie. The only redeeming quality was the cast. For a Sci-Fi fan, it was interesting to see who would show up next! The majority of the cast was from Star Trek of every series of the franchise and a few of the movies too. A couple of Stargate regulars were there too!
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GREAT STORY - REMEMBER WHEN MOVIES HAD STORIES?
J. Brewster | FL | 01/31/2010
(5 out of 5 stars)
"I loved this movie. In today's world, we rate sci-fi movies on how many CGI effects are used, how loud the music is, and fast can we change from scene to scene. Walter Koenig's "InAlienable" is none of the above. It is not fast paced, no loud music booming from 5 speakers, and no spaceship battles. To me, this movie was like reading a good book. It's a great story - in some ways reminded me of "The Outer Limits" tv show. The characters are well developed and believable (Richard Hatch has never been better - an amazing performance, and Mr. Koenig plays "evil" better than anyone else working in movies today - he is chilling in this film). Aside from the sci-fi element, the movie has a message that speaks for today, and even about our Constitutional rights. This is where Mr. Keonig's talents as a writer shines. This is like the movies of Frank Capra - the times and challenges in which Capra lived (the 30's and 40's) disguised in an entertainment - and they have become time machines for us. We can look back at a Capra movie, like Mr. Smith Goes to Washington, and get a real sense of how the country felt and lived at that time. Well, I will say that "InAlienable" does the same thing. It will make you take a second look at our society and our legal system. Don't buy this movie if you want laser guns, aliens attacking the world, people being beamed up, or racing through the galaxy .... but DO buy it if you want a good story that might make you think a little more about our REAL world and the times in which we live."
Really not so bad, overall
Viva | So. Cal. | 05/11/2010
(3 out of 5 stars)
"This movie is not nearly as bad as some make it out to be. It has a story that is entertaining enough, and some of the actors are pretty decent, especially Marina Sirtis and Erick Avari as competing lawyers, the young blond woman playing the scientist's lover, and Richard Hatch as the man who develops a bond with his alien child. Danielle Koenig and Andrew Koening are also good in brief roles as a comedienne and a crazed research assistant. The production values are not too bad except that the alien creature is rather cheesy. Also, the crowd outside the courtroom is shown too many times, and I think the female lawyer misquotes "Ozymandias" with the wrong context.
the ending is a bit of a mess and rather predictable, but then it's confusing when the blonde woman is pregnant and we can only assume, or hope, that it is a human child in there this time instead of an alien.
Still, it is entertaining and filled with many Sci fi actors that fans will recognize; along with the others mentioned, there is Gary Graham, Patricia Tallman, JG Hertzler, etc.
Worse than I thought!
Francisco P. Neto | Brazil | 04/09/2010
(1 out of 5 stars)
"I admit I didn't believe it could be so lousy. I thought reviewers were being a little too tough! Well, I paid the price and now I join the club. This movie is a joke. I think the intention was to create a comedy or something. The plot is weak, characters inconsistent, not to mention the "special" effects, maybe "defects" would put it better. Don't waste your time and money."