There have been films that have screamed terrible such as Trolls 2, Ed Wood films and things such as this. Then there are films made by complete amateurs that make films such as those look a bit better. This one is such a film, though as bad as it is, it has enough merits to garner a two score from me, mainly because I have already seen Feeder's 2: Slay Bells and while this is bad, that one is much worse in that it attempts to be a comedy too. This one tries to play it a bit more straight and while it looks like hell, at least we do not have untalented actors trying to spout out comedy. This film is also way better than Suburban Sasquatch! So, it is bad, but as I have said, sadly I have seen a lot worse.
The story, aliens are invading earth and two guys who seem to be taking the longest way possible to the beach are caught in the middle! The creatures come from an advance race that scurries on the ground like groundhogs to make their kills and successfully kill numerous people until one plucky lady finds their weakness! Just fling them upon the ground and stomp them! Unfortunately, the two guys are drama queens that like to stretch things out to the max as they peer around every corner and look closely upon the walls even though the creatures attack from the ground as you have to pad your film immensely when you only have a 1000 dollar budget!
The film has some kills, but nothing all that graphic as it just looks to cheap and corny to provide anything but some laughter. We have the two main guys looking like Hall and Oates in their younger days stumbling around, you have random woman whose hair seems to be right out of the 70's along with her huge rimmed glasses and you have a woman who disappears from the film as I imagine she fled screaming when she caught a glimpse of the supposed aliens of the film that look like they were made with sticks and clay...
So, terrible? Heck yeah, it's bad! However, it is also kind of entertaining to watch, though it would be more entertaining had they sped things up and filled this thing with more kills or something rather than parking, peeking and peering. Moments of absurdity are plentiful though, so if you like riffing films, this is a good one to do that to as you have a friend slicing into his buddy who may or may not be a clone, he literally had no way of knowing which was which, but he hesitated not at all. You may wish to hesitate watching this, but if you have some friends over it would probably be a pretty fun watch. I also found it very reminiscent of the film, Things, though this one is a bit more easy to follow than that one; however, it is not as interesting.
Review by Aaron1375 from the Internet Movie Database.