Three friends engage in geek experiments in 1966 while the sound track plays Orleans riffs (1976) to set the era. It then jumps 15 years later when Eric (Jeremy Carr) is helping Benjamin, a young boy (Lawson Cross) visited by aliens at 3:33 AM. He enlists the help of his two mates Frank (Joseph Gray) a geek and Dana (Vanessa Ore) who supplies us with a nude torso painting with alien hands on it. They end up in a warehouse, and Benjamin? The film was low budget, and struggled with special effects, but managed. The acting wasn't there and the plot didn't give closure. The clip after the credit run proved interesting, letting us know the best part of the film was to come and was cut out. That is where the film should have been at 30 minutes, instead of wasting time over developing character. Was those Elwood Blues looking guys supposed to be androids or Elwood Blues? The dialogue was tired. The piano in the sound track didn't make it. On the plus side I never saw a microphone and they seemed to have beaten the sound issues that plague small indie.
The production was filmed in North Carolina. There was a store owner that had an thick accent, the rest of the actors did not.
Review by Michael Ledo from the Internet Movie Database.