Voyage of the Rock Aliens

IMDb Rating 5.5 10 505


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August 4, 2020



Craig Sheffer as Lt. Marshall Buxton
Michael Berryman as Raymond
Pia Zadora as Jerilee Randall
Ruth Gordon as Mrs. Sarah Jarvis
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876.8 MB
English 2.0
23.976 fps
97 min
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1.76 GB
English 2.0
23.976 fps
97 min
P/S N/A / N/A

Movie Reviews

Reviewed by adidaz-1 10 / 10 / 10

Seriously though...

This is perhaps the best amalgamation of everything excellent about the eighties. Pure and total destructive insanity. To watch this movie is akin to reliving the eighties only through MTV news updates. There are so many things "right" about this movie. As in, the right stuff. Baby. Rock 'n' Roll is misleading, but it's more like New Wave vs. Rockabilly. And how does that not equal brilliance? Name another film that that happens in please because I would love to watch it. If you do not like this movie you obviously hate the eighties and everything associated with it. And therefore, if you are over 16 years of age you hate yourself. And I am saddened by your condition. Just know that I care about you. Voyage of the Rock and Roll Aliens changed my life. And not just in regards to my fantasy wife becoming Pia Zadora. In many other equally profound ways. If you have the chance, snatch this movie up and give it a viewing.

Reviewed by godwinj 8 / 10 / 10

Pia Rocks!

Even though the special effects rarely rise above amateurish, even though the acting, at places, can best be described as 'cardboard', and even though the final production lacks the polish of a comparable film, say 'Grease', this film is definitely worth the time. This film has several things going for it, definitely. First of all, there are some pretty decent actors in the film and some talented singers as well. There are few who are both decent actors and talented singers, but this in itself doesn't ruin the movie. Musically, watch for the sequence 'nature of the beast'. It is a bit overplayed, and stylistically overdone, yet still quite entertaining. Much of the comedy in the movie falls rather flat, but there a few shining moments mixed in. At the point the female victim helps the homicidal maniac repair his chainsaw is really where the movie begins to hit its stride and the various elements come together. Throughout the film, Pia Zadora is a joy to watch. She really doesn't deserve the bad press she's gotten. In this film, she comes across as a wonderful singer, as well as a passable actress who seems completely to buy into her character. This is definitely not a trivial task, as the plot as a whole is rather hokey and the monster in the film looks really cheap and rubbery. I personally cannot imagine myself having to pretend to be frightened of it, but the cast really does a pretty good job with it and overall. In short: Watch it, enjoy it. Don't expect 'Grease' going in, and you won't be disappointed coming out. And BTW, look for Pia's duet with Jermaine Jackson on 'When the rain begins to fall' at the beginning of the movie. I don't think it has anything to do with the rest of the movie, but it is a cute little rock video.

Reviewed by gridoon 8 / 10 / 10

Great fun.

Plotless, goofy, lighthearted, audacious, uplifting, spirited - in short, the most fun movie I've watched in months! I don't even like musicals, but this one had me constantly tapping my feet on the floor. Pia Zadora's acting won't win any awards, but she's appropriately bright and perky here, plus a terrific singer. In its own terms, this film is damn close to perfect. If you have any nostalgic feelings about 80s music, this is a gift sent from heaven. (***1/2)

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