Sheriff Thomas Bracket (Richard Satterwhite) is the man in Metzburgh. The film spends the first 18 minutes building character and it was a long 18 minutes. The time he spends talking to a little girl in a squad car was well wasted. Once we get to meet everyone in town, including what appears to be domestic violence...no social services just the sheriff doing some questioning the film reluctantly progresses as the proverbial town drunk in the woods... Finally a space shipmeteor crashes spilling out green jello which turns people into zombies or something.
The film appeared to want to emulate 1950's horror films, especially "The Blob" except it really didn't do that. The acting and dialogue were seriously bad. Richard Satterwhite can't act. Now when Alexander S. McBryde showed up as My Gray doing an MIB impersonation, Satterwhite looked Oscar worthy. Yes the acting ranged from bad to "why are these people in front of a camera?"
I am not sure what the DVD cover is supposed to represent, but it had absolutely nothing to do with this substandard low budget, worse than SyFy film. The film failed to make the "so bad it was good" list, but seemed it was trying at times.
Review by nogodnomasters from the Internet Movie Database.