ALIEN TRESPASS

I
hate to mention it out of respect to the producers of Alien Trespass, but
the 1950?s sci-fi lampoon genre was bled dry by the astoundingly unfunny 2004
picture, The Lost Skeleton of Cadavra. Thankfully, Trespass, while
wading dangerously in toxic self-aware waters, heads the opposite direction,
imagining a B-level monster outbreak movie as a real artifact from the bygone
era. The patience and concentration of the film to not wink itself into a coma
is amazing to behold, and I was flabbergasted over just how engrossing and
playful the picture is. The exterior promises another punishing Cadavra
headache, but the feature is quite skillful and inventive. And most importantly,
it's not entirely camp.
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