Rough'n'ready renegade ex-military specialist Sgt. Gregory Dapp (dumpy John Rubeck, who rocks one hell of a wicked mullet) gets assigned to recover a lethal experiment called Phobe (Merv Wrighton in a funky costume) that has escaped to Earth.
Despite amateurish acting from a game, but lame no-name cast, cut-rate (not so) special effects, and raggedy shot-on-video cinematography, writerdirector Erica Benedikty's Do-It-Yourself indie opus nonetheless still possesses a certain raw vitality, lots of shoot-the-moon ambition, and a positively infectious go-for-it enthusiasm that's impossible to either dislike or resist. Moreover, the exciting action set pieces are staged with considerable brio, plenty of stuff blows up real good, and the pulsating synthesizer score hits the stirring spot.
Review by Woodyanders from the Internet Movie Database.