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Alien Predators: Killers From Space/Little Shop of Horrors/Graveyard Tramps/Track of the Moonbeast (REGION 1) (NTSC) [DVD] [US Import]

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  • Actors: Dennis Christopher, Martin Hewitt, Lynn-Holly Johnson, Luis Prendes, J.O. Bosso
  • Directors: Deran Sarafian
  • Writers: Deran Sarafian, Noah Bloch
  • Producers: Deran Sarafian, Carlos Aured, Eduard Sarlui, Eduardo Rossoff, Helen Szabo
  • Format: Colour, DVD-Video, NTSC
  • Language: English
  • Region: Region 1 (US and Canada DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 4:3 - 1.33:1
  • Number of discs: 2
  • Classification: U
  • Studio: Bci / Eclipse
  • DVD Release Date: 24 Jun 2003
  • Run Time: 90 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 1.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (2 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B00009PJTI
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 346,771 in DVD & Blu-ray (See Top 100 in DVD & Blu-ray)

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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on 17 Jun 2004
Format: DVD
slighty disappointed as I expected "day of the triffids" to be on one of the discs..but is NOT!!this film was the main reason for buying the collection.However the unlisted film "killers from space" is entertaing,as are the others.As b horror movie collections go this is on par with them...actors in rubber suits,corny acting and pretty poor quality.Buy it for the unintentional humour and you will not be disappointed.But do not buy it if you are expecting "day of the triffids to be on it.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Mr. A. Bailey on 7 Jun 2008
Format: DVD Verified Purchase
I bought this believing it contained the 1980's Dennis Christopher flick 'Killers from space' on it (known in the uk as Mutant 2' ) It doesn't. just 4 old 1950's to 1970's b movie's and bad versions at that.
Where did I get this information..... IMDB which links incorrectly to this disk, and Amazon which states Dennis Christopher is one of the stars..... He isn't. Stay clear of this waste of plastic...
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3 of 4 people found the following review helpful
Great independant film 19 April 2007
By Artex - Published on
This film is early 80's sci-fi. It appears to be an independent film of low budget. Their is one scene early on where a cow has been killed by something unseen and when wild dogs are eating it one of them gets sucked into the cow. This is the only exciting scene, everything else is very plain. The story continues on to explain of alien DNA found on the moon was being tested in space on lab animals. The satellite falls to earth crashing in Spain. Over a years time they experiment on the alien DNA until it gets loose and starts killing of the residents of a small town deep in Spain. The movie spends most of the time on useless chatter and rarely gets into exciting dialogue. At the conclusion only a few escape the town moments before an air strike believing they are free from the alien virus and incineration, only to find out they were wrong. The alien kills a store clerk. The film ends there and its up to you to imagine the outcome.
10 of 15 people found the following review helpful
Plant Monsters, Bee Girls, And A Lizard-Man! 25 Oct 2003
By Bindy Sue Frønkünschtein - Published on
Format: DVD
Alien Predators is a mixed bag for sure! Disc #1- Side A- The sci-fi classic DAY OF THE TRIFFIDS (beware, some later editions of this collection have replaced triffids with the lesser "killers from space"). Giant carnivorous plants attempt to take over the world after blinding the vast majority of the populace (with a strange meteor shower). Can a small band of sighted heroes save the day? Side B- LITTLE SHOP OF HORRORS. All about a giant carnivorous plant (named Audrey Junior) and the boy who loves it. A Roger Corman masterpiece! Disc #2- Side A- GRAVEYARD TRAMPS (aka: INVASION OF THE BEE GIRLS). Mutated "Bee girls" attempt to take over the world by... um... er... well, mating their male victims to death. Meanwhile, the head Bee girl is busy making her hive bigger. Lotsa nudity and laughs a plenty! Side B- TRACK OF THE MOON BEAST. A lunkhead gets beaned by a meteorite, which turns him into a murderous, reptilian psychopath. His girlfriend sticks by him anyway. Will true love prevail? A schlock fest. This double disc is definitely worth the cheap price! Don't miss it...
6 of 9 people found the following review helpful
What the...? 9 July 2006
By Matt - Published on
Format: DVD
Okay, there's been a BIG mix up here. Well, maybe not so big in the grand scheme of things, but if you followed the DVD link from the imdb page for the film "Alien Predator", which stars Dennis Christopher and...other people, to this Amazon page, DO NOT PURCHASE THIS. Even though Amazon lists the details (cast, crew, etc.) as being that of the classic "Alien Predator", the actual product this page is selling is a boxed set containing 'Day of the Triffids', 'Graveyard Tramps', 'Track of the Moon Beast (featuring a man named Johnny Longbone), and the classic 'Little Shop of Horrors', NOT included in this box set, which is collectively titled "Alien Predators", is the actual FILM "Alien Predator". Buyer beware.

On that note, "Alien Predators" is a cool little b-horror movie, and it would be nice to actual see it on DVD. Although you'd laugh your way through most of it, there are actually a few scenes that are kinda' creepy.
A fun, gory, low budget, laughable horror flick that you've probably never heard of. Exactly what I wanted! 15 Nov 2012
By John's Horror Corner - Published on

In the early 1970s NASA was evidently doing some experiments in a space lab that "could not be done on Earth." Then, that space lab crashed in Spain. Despite the setting, this is just a typical American horror flick that has a few people with accents and an Old World town.

Samantha, Damon (Dennis Christopher; Stephen King's It, Necronomicon: Book of the Dead) and Michael are RV-ing across Spain and they discover that strange things are happening in Duarte. The town is shockingly empty, the locals are behaving strangely and they encounter the weirdest, evil, red-headed, pod person-Cher waitress ever.

As this--we'll call it a plot--endures, we learn that the Apollo 14 moon mission recovered dormant lifeforms. Nothing as zany as the rock spiders from Apollo 18 (2011), but pretty heinous. A NASA scientist, who behaves a lot like a criminal, provides all of the unsensationally ho-hum revelations of the plot. Basically, the research station crashed, alien life contaminated and mutated the local fauna and people, and they need go to a NASA facility that's in the basement of a Spanish stronghold tat's hundreds of years old in order to get some canister so they can create an antidote to the mutagenic alien DNA.

They really put some effort in the writing for our three protagonists. The dialogue between these three doesn't feel nearly as stiff as the standard 80s ilk. Although, all of the other dialogue and acting is awful.

The gore is strong from the get-go. Loads of guts, little slimy monsters, pulsating and erupting mutations...also, I've never seen a dog get dragged inside of the disemboweled body of an alien-infected bull. Very cool.

This movie was really quite fun for some random flick I never heard of--I picked it up at a convention horror booth). I'd retitle this movie The Trouble with Flesh-Eating Tribbles.
NO TRIFFIDS 17 Jun 2007
By Deborah M. Donnison - Published on
Format: DVD Verified Purchase
No Day of the Triffids in my set, as well.Was very disappointed as it would have been a great set. May send it back. I gave it 5 stars for Little Shop of Horrors and Graveyard Tramps. TO NOTE:Looking at all of the other reviews...all this time has passed and ,yet, no change has been made in the title
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