Gary Daniels | 06/01/2007
(1 out of 5 stars)
"This movie misses on just about every level. A laugh a minute--but it's not what the filmmakers intended. I can't understand why this piece of trash DVD costs so much. Anything above five bucks for this and you're throwing your money away because ultimatly this disc is going to land on your coffee table as a coaster."
Fear and Aliens in Arizona
Joshua Koppel | Chicago, IL United States | 06/18/2007
(3 out of 5 stars)
"An alien craft crashes to Earth in Arizona. Shortly after the nearby town is deserted. Meanwhile, a prison transport breaks down and the prisoners manage to escape. Their plans were to meet someone in the town but there is no one there now. After a quick look around they run into the first signs of an alien and it tries to eat them. A strike team has also been sent in to deal with the aliens and soon the survivors run into the prison group. They must join forces in order to survive.
The aliens are voracious, fast, strong and deadly. Staying off the menu is not an easy accomplishment. And if that wasn't bad enough, you can also get infected by them and turn into a violent killer. The aliens are spreading and they need to be stopped before they spread outside the town. Is it possible to get out of the town? How many will survive? Can the aliens be stopped? You will have to watch the film to figure it out.
The prison bus idea is one I have been seeing a lot of lately so the moment I first saw the bus I knew what was going to happen. The aliens were different from what I was expecting but well handled. The acting was a little better than in many low-budget films but nothing great (just good enough to keep things moving well). This is not a great movie and not particularly memorable but it is fun to watch and interesting enough to stick with it to the end. Parts of it make me think there will be a sequel but I am not sure. If you want a little mindless sci-fi horror fun then there are a lot worse films you could watch. Check it out."