- Rated: Not Rated
- Run Time: 2 hours
- Video: Color
- Released: May 15, 2012
- Originally Released: 2012
- Label: Alpha Video
- Encoding: Region 0 (Worldwide)
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Description by OLDIES.com:
With a giant meteor on a deadly collision course with the planet of the Astro-Zombies, the aliens have selected a suitable new home, Earth. But first they must exterminate mankind. Armed with vastly superior technology, the invaders infiltrate through the internet. Each mutant warrior is armed with laser eye beams that can disintegrate all matter in its path and trigger chain reaction explosions. The great cities of the earth are being laid to waste and the world's population is on the verge of extinction. With conventional weapons and armies helpless against the monsters, earth's leaders turn to Heaven, in their desperation to find a way to save our planet!
Shot in locations around the globe and laden with special effects wizardry, some have called legendary filmmaker Ted V. Mikels' Astro-Zombies - M4: Invaders From Cyberspace his greatest opus. Best known for his master works The Corpse Grinders, Ten Violent Women and The Doll Squad, Ted V. Mikels is always inimitable.
When the Astro-Zombies lay siege to planet Earth, the only hope for the future of mankind lies with a higher power in this sci-fi sequel from cult filmmaker Ted V. Mikels. The Astro-Zombies' planet is about to be destroyed by a massive meteor, leaving them with no other choice but to seek refuge on Earth. But before they can claim the planet, they must first wipe out the entire human race. As the alien invaders use their deadly eye lasers to disintegrate any living being that crosses their path, the world's leaders realize that the only way to avoid extinction is to summon the powers of heaven, and pray for the future.
Alien Invasions |
Alien Life Forms |
Outer Space |
Sci-Fi / Horror / Fantasy |
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