You know you're in trouble when the person next to you falls asleep. And snore mightily she did, and provided probably the most entertaining thing about this poor excuse for a film. We've got close up shots on objects for no reason, we've got a lead actor channelling a stoned version of William Shatner with his lines and we've also got actors actually saying lines that describe what they're doing on screen at that moment! All the way through the film ...
If this is supposed to be a pastiche on 1950's cheap sci-fi films, they only got the cheap bit right ... although I wasn't aware that PVC house doors were in common use back in the 50's.
By the way guys it's usually the case that repeating a joke over and over makes it less funny, not more funny. The filmmakers insistence on having the characters laugh and laugh about 30 seconds too long after a "joke" got old after the first time. Playing on 1950's sexual politics was a particularly unwise move too. I started to wonder whether they'd forgotten about the whole "meteorite from another world!", it went on so long. (Actually this whole part provided a good twenty minutes of screen time and just screams padding to me.)
Oh and if you're going to fake black and white, don't use the desaturate option to drain all the colour out. You failed with this as some scenes were actually slightly pink! Mixing in authentic 1950's video pulled from archive.org gave this film a real Ed Wood feel as the quality level between those and the (digital?) film footage is blatantly discernible.
After all this i'm in two minds about this film. I simply can't decide whether this is simply an extremely unfunny film deliberately made this way or it was just extreme incompetence. Either way, the woman sitting next to me asleep enjoyed this a lot more than I did. Your mileage will of course vary as the programmers of the film festival I saw this at seemed to like it.
Review by rjpurves [IMDB 18 October 2009] from the Internet Movie Database.