Directed by Rhys Frake-Waterfield, the man whose Winnie the Pooh: Blood and Honey got some buzz, and written by Scott Jeffrey (Exorcist Vengeance, Don’t Speak) and Tom Jolliffe, this even has Jeffrey doing more than producing and writing. He’s in this, too.
I learned from this movie that Area 51 is in England and it’s the same bunker from Kingdom of the Dinosaurs. The CGI is either so good you can’t believe it or, you know, so bad you can’t believe it. There’s nothing in between.
When the time comes to defend our planet from aliens that have come from another dimension, the skirmish will be fought by club goers, three unkempt soldiers and some family members of a scientist.
If you’re into movies where people stumble around a basement and get eggs thrown up into their mouths, well, here it is.
The Area 51 Incident is available on demand and on DVD from Uncork’d Entertainment.