- X 2019
Alien Agenda: Project Grey
Crystal-Dawn Rosales, Christian Blaze (executive), Wayne Hess (executive), Scott Allan (executive), Jason Pavone (executive), Gerald Stewart (executive), Brian Leeners (executive), Greg Pearson (executive),Mark Stewart (executive) for Little Grey Men Productions, CNC Productions
directed by Christian Blaze, Crystal-Dawn Rosales
starring Christian Blaze, Justin Stillwell, Allison Warnyca, T.J. Riley, Mitzy Thaddeus (= Mitzy Jones), Nneka Croal, Megan McKinnon, Todd Hann, Rae-Ann Dillman, Taras Kostyuk, Karen Kruper, Barrett Jordan Hoops, Stefan Dabul-Sanchez
written by Christian Blaze, Crystal-Dawn Rosales, music by Luis Mario Magana, Wolfgang Mittendorfer, visual effects produced by Christian Blaze, supervised by Vincent Lin
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An insane asylum. A highly dangerous psychopath who has killed his
friends. And a courageous psychiatrist, Dr Schroder (Nneka Croal), who
encourages him to tell his story:
Justin (Justin Stillwell) has invited
his friends (Christian Blaze, Allison Warnyca, T.J. Riley, Mitzi Thaddeus)
to his late mother's remote house in the country for a bit of boozing ...
and to propose to his girlfriend Allie (Allison Warnyca). She accepts of
course, but there is a shadow looming over all of this, because Dustin has
also brought Allie's childhood love and ex Chris (Christian Blaze) along
on the trip, and Chris still has feelings for her ...
Quite a few
bottles of beer later, Dustin tells the others his secret, that he's been
abducted by aliens, little grey men actually ... and the others ridicule
him of course, upon which he throws a fit and ultimately passes out on
Chris's bed. And Allie, drunk and a bit freaked out by her new fiancé,
finds nothing better to do than seduce Chris - which doesn't take much of
The next day, Dustin takes Chris in the woods - to shoot him
with his dad's gun. But a struggle ensues, and ultimately Dustin ends up
dead. Chris tries and succeeds in covering up what he did, but ... he
starts seeing things, little grey aliens mostly that Dustin has talked
about. And now he knows he has to bury the corpse to keep it out of the
aliens' reach, and to that end he has to create a diversion for the
others. It all ends in a gunfight in which Chris shoots a few aliens.
man in the insane asylum claims to be Chris - only, he isn't, he's Dustin
who seems to have fled into a fantasy world after he has shot Chris and
later the three others (taking them for aliens). But if that's true, why
are both the FBI and Russian agents to darn interested in him?
everything else, Alien Agenda: Project Grey is a fun mix of slasher movie,
murder mystery, conspiracy thriller, and alien abduction flick - and
though at first sight, these (sub-)genres might have little to do with one
another, they work together beautifully here thanks to a well-structured
story, paired with a subtle directorial effort, a competent cast. And even
if the creature effects seem corny at times (something I'm rather fond of,
actually), they are used not to overpower but to aid the story, which can
actually be interpreted rather at will without ever becoming moronic.
good effort, actually!