Movie Lover: Judy Marsh
San Jose, CA US
-- May, 24, 2010
I remember this movie as a kid, sitting in a Saturday morning show. It scared the heck out of me. It didn't take much to do that when your 7 or 8. I really enjoyed seeing this, plus the picture quality for great. It was clear, the sound was good quality. I was really impressed how well this was copied.
Movie Lover: Film Flops Critic
Trumbull, CT US
-- September, 1, 2006
John Agar, star of so many bad movies, takes on the alien menace single-handedly in "Invisible Invaders", a film that must have inspired George Romero, since "Night of the Living Dead" contains so many elements of this film. John Carradine appears in the film for about 3 minutes, long enough (I guess) to lend additional 'star power' to the cast. Sadly, when not working, Carradine must have frequented the schlock film studios wearing a "Will Work for Food" sign around his neck. This is a fun story, and you'll enjoy the sincerity of both Robet Hutton and Agar as they grit their teeth and act tough. This is a must have film for all John Agar fans.
"Journey to the Seventh Planet" is an Italian space adventure (dubbed in English) that has its moments. Unfortunately, the key scenes of the alien and his lair are pretty lousy, special effects are laughable and the pacing of the film is very uneven. That being said, there are some redeeming qualities.