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Capt Maxwell Carter, USMC wakes up one morning in the middle of the Nevada desert - naked, collared and soon to find out he's PREGNANT!! Trogollians, it seems, are totally turned on by the recitation of higher mathematics and ears, of all things, and Captains Carter and Mason are directly in their sights. S4 tracks the exploits of Angie, Capts Carter and Mason and the insidious Dr. Thadeus Drake as they weather pregnancy, romance and government conspiracy in this tongue in cheek salute to the best of the 1950's B movies.
The aliens are coming.... and this time they're after our Marines
Release Date: October 29, 2008
Runtime: 107 mins
All Genres: Comedy, Horror, Sci-Fi
Colors: Black and White
IMDB Rating: 6.5
Buried.com Rating: 7.5 - (Rate This Horror Movie at Buried.com)
Category: Horror Movies Starting With S
MPAA Rating: Not Rated
Henry Clarke ...Capt. Jake Mason
Robert Watts ...Capt Maxwell Carter USMC
Antoinette Correia ...Angie
Will Edwards ...Dr. Thadeus Drake
Erick Adam ...Sex Viking
More Movie Taglines:
- The aliens are coming.... and this time they're after our Marines
- The actual movie script is intentionally visible in three different scenes.
Captain Carter's "belly button" was a screw-cap from a toilet, an idea put forth by Will Edwards.
Director Chris Gabriel's dog, Rufus, not only appears in a sequence in the movie intentionally, he also made a cameo in one of the officer's club scene. Rufus had to be allowed to stay on set to keep him from crying outside. His tail is visible under the table at one point. This shot was left in the movie in honor of cheap 1950's special effects, like wires showing on space craft.
In the opening sequence the jeep is seen driving off into the distance. At the end of this scene, Henry Clarke got the jeep stuck up to its axles in the soft, drifting sands. It took two hours to dig it out and the help of a motorcyclist who went and picked up an old pallet and brought it back to the production team.
Originally, Captain Mason was a sergeant, but it helped the story more that he was an officer. He then became a lieutenant, but writer Chris Gabriel got tired of writing "lieutenant" and didn't want to abbreviate in the script.
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Rating: 7.5 out of 10.0 - 70 votes cast total