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Alien Outlaw

USA 1985
produced by
Phil Smoot, George B. Walker, John G. Wolfe III (executive) for Alpine Productions, Triad Motion Pictures
directed by Phil Smoot
starring Lash La Rue, Kari Anderson, Gil Newsome, Paul Holman, Sunset Carson, Bill Cody, Stephen Winegard, Kimberly Mauldin, Stuart Watson, Eric Berg, Susan E. Greene, Beth Ann McBride, Judith B. Ardis, Alan Marx, Jerry Montgomery, Dan Preston, Richard Davis, Liz Warrington, Deborah Brady, Lyndon Fuller, Mary Beth Thacker, Billy Scott, Ross Johnson, Chad Davis, James G.Martin jr, Don Hartman, Jack Murray, Sherwood Jones, Steve Dalton, Rod Davis, R.L.Gittens jr
written by Phil Smoot, music by Marcus Kearns, aliens designed by Dean Jones, Jeff Goodwin, special effects makeup by Dean Jones, John R.Taylor, pyrotechnical effects by Woody Cox, visual effects by Casey Herbert

review by
Mike Haberfelner

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Wes (Stephen Winegard) is only supposed to drive a trailer full of weapons for trick shootist Jesse Jamison (Kari Anderson), but then he sees something crashing into a nearby lake he thinks to be an airplane (it's actually an UFO), and when he goes looking, he is attacked and killed by a trio of aliens, who then empty the trailer to use the weapons to go onto a little hunting expedition - and their game is human ...

Jesse Jamison has just gotten herself a new manager (Deborah Brady), but now that she seems to have hit it big time, she finds herself out of weapons - and when she goes looking for them, she only finds the empty trailer - and has to fight of the aliens soon enough.

Meanwhile, Peter (Gil Newsome) and Andrew (Richard Davis) have gone on a fishing trip, but soon the aliens have attacked and killed Andrew, and Peter has only scarcely managed to escape them. Eventually he and Jesse meet up with local do-gooder Alex (Las La Rue), and after surviving another alien attack, the three of them realize it's time to go on the offensive - and witht he help of trick shooting and loads of dynamite, they finally blow the aliens from the face of the earth.


Though Alien Outlaw might be regarded as a precursor for Predator with quite some justification, it's actually also a pretty dull piece of film, spending way too little time with the actual plot - the fight against threee hunter-aliens - and way too much time with its backstory, that basically revolves around Jesse Jamison's career move and is totally pointless. Sure the combination of sci-fi and Western elements is not without charm and the skimpy costume of Kari Anderson is at least worth a look or two (especially since she's got the figure to fill it), but in all, this is too little to really save the film.

A note for B-Western fans: While Lash La Rue does indeed play one of the leads of Alien Outlaw, the appearances of both Sunset Carson and Bill Cody are short and pointless and placed within the first ten minutes of the film.


review © by Mike Haberfelner


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