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Strange Invaders

Strange Invaders is a science-fiction film directed by Michael Laughlin. It takes places in 1958 in the town of Centerville, Illinois, was invaded by a race of aliens. The invaders could fire lasers from their eyes and hands and reduce humans to 'crystallized' glowing blue orbs.
Actors: Lulu Sylbert ,
Lulu Sylbert
Lulu Sylbert
Bobby Pickett ,
Bobby Pickett
Bobby Pickett 11 February 1938, Somerville, Massachusetts, USA
Nancy Allen ,
Nancy Allen
Nancy Allen 24 June 1950, New York City, New York, USA
Betsy Pickering ,
Betsy Pickering
Betsy Pickering
Mark Goddard ,
Mark Goddard
Mark Goddard 24 July 1936, Lowell, Massachusetts, USA
Dey Young ,
Dey Young
Dey Young 28 July 1955, Bloomfield Hills, Michigan, USA
Nancy Johnson ,
Nancy Johnson
Nancy Johnson
Edwina Follows ,
Edwina Follows
Edwina Follows 11 April 1961, Canada
Joel Cohen ,
Joel Cohen
Joel Cohen
Connie Kellers ,
Connie Kellers
Connie Kellers
Wallace Shawn ,
Wallace Shawn
Wallace Shawn 12 November 1943, New York City, New York, USA
Genre: Sci-Fi Mystery Horror
Director: Michael Laughlin
Michael Laughlin
Michael Laughlin
Country: United States
Release: 1983
IMDb: 5.5
Duration: 92 min
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CRITICS OF "Strange Invaders"
Film Journal International

May 20, 2004

Fun but predictable sci-fi comedy
Kalamazoo Gazette

March 18, 2005

Amusingly off-the-wall sci-fi spoof
Apollo Guide

January 08, 2002

Any sci-fi movie that features cameos by Kenneth Tobey and June Lockhart (both from television's Lost in Space) obviously has its heart in the right place.