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USA 1985
produced by
Fred Olen Ray, Terrill Lee Lankford (executive), Art Schweitzer (executive) for Viking Films
directed by Fred Olen Ray
starring Aldo Ray, Angelique Pettyjohn, William Fair, David Pearson (= David O'Hara), Frank McDonald, Art Payton, Charles Roth, Carroll Borland, Richard Hench, Loren Crabtree, George Randall, Brad Arrington, Ray Lawrence, Robert King, Mike Bonavia, Robin Schurtz, Michael Bober, Bret Miller, Steve Welles, Liam Stone, Emmanuel Shipov, Stuart Weitman, Cynthia Hartline, Donald G. Jackson, Fred Olen Ray, Jairo Leon, and as monster: Christopher Ray
written by Fred Olen Ray, additional dialogue by Terrill Lee Lankford, Miriam L. Preissel, music by Drew Neumann, Eric Rasmussen, monstersuit created by Kenneth J. Hall, special effects makeup by Jon McCallum

review by
Mike Haberfelner

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Dr Williams (Art Payton) has succeeded in developing a teleporter with the help of local psychic Lisa Martyn (Angelique Pettyjohn) - who's actually part of his machine. After a demonstration to some military top brass, general Randolph (Aldo Ray) decides to confiscate the whole device for military use ... but of course, whatever it was that Dr Williams and Lisa teleported down from space wasn't just ... well, something, but a violent alien (Christopher Ray) that soon escapes the contraption he has beamed to and wreaks havoc on the neighbourhood. Now the army wants to avoid any panic at all at all costs, so instead of trying to track down the creature themselves, they team up a security contractor, Carter (William Fair), with Lisa, and thanks to Lisa's psychic abilities and the obvious trail of blood the alien leaves behind, the two of them soon have a pretty good idea where the creature might be. And they become romantically involved as well ...

Soon, some gouvernment types and a bounty hunter and personal foe of Carter, Reiger (David Pearson), get involved as well, but when it comes to a big showdown with the alien and its facehugging offspring, they fall prey to the creature one by one - until Carter manages to electrocute the creature and only he and Lisa are left standing ... but wait a minute, might it be that she actually is the alien?


Basically, Biohazard is a low budget Alien rip-off set in a small town, and for that alone, it surely isn't the greatest film there is - and the lack of money for good special effects (heck, the director's pre-teen son Christopher - later a director in his own right - plays the monster in a rubber suit) or decent sets doesn't help here either. On the other hand, you do have a handful of performances from genre veterans (Aldo Ray, Angelique Pettyjohn, Carroll Borland), who might not give the performances of their lifetimes but are fun to watch, isolated really humourous scenes and a certain not too serious approach make this totally watchable for an open-minded B-movie afficionado like me at least. Basically, this is a movie you won't find on any all-time-greatest lists, but silly genre entertainment at least.


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